Situated in the Campanian province of Salerno, Costa d’Amalfi
operates three DOC subzones—Furore, Ravello, and
Tramonti. Marisa Cuomo and her husband, winemaker Andrea
Ferraioli, produce six wines dedicated to local varietals.
Cuomo is particularly esteemed for her work with Falanghina,
a fairly mild grape that realizes a more demonstrative
expression in the Amalfi zone, delivering floral and citrus
Falanghina serves as the primary constituent of Cuomo’s
Ravello bottling, which is widely regarded as one of the
highest quality expressions of the grape. Both the Ravello
and Furore also feature Biancolella, Falanghina’s
frequent partner in the region’s white blends. Fior
d’Uva, the third white, is comprised of local whites
Fenile and Ginestra. All three of Cuomo’s reds blend
Piedirosso—a local red that delivers berry fruits
and a slight cinnamon accent—and Aglianico.