Felsina Berardenga - I Sistri 2009 - Italian White Wine 75cl Bottle

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Felsina Berardenga - I Sistri 2009
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75cl Bottle
£19.37
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Description:
Deep straw yellow in colour, with a ripe, buttery nose, blending tropical fruit and a touch of vanilla.

On the palate, it is ripe and rounded, with attractive vanilla and cinnamon fruit characters given a lift by a fresh finish.

100% Chardonnay.



Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Felsina   -   www.felsina.it
ABV:   13%
Appellation:   Tuscany IGT
Brand:   Felsina
Country of Origin:   Italy
Food Match:   Lobster & Shellfish
Grape Type:   Chardonnay
Region:   Tuscany
Vintage:   2009

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Producer Information

We import from three of the top estates in Chianti Classico, each offering different styles but all of unrivalled quality. Of these three estates, Felsina epitomizes the powerful style of southern Chianti, where the wines are stylistically more akin to those from Montalcino than to their fellow Chiantis like Fontodi or Isole e Olena.
Felsina's outstanding vineyards are situated in the commune of Castelnuovo Berardenga on the southern border of the zone. While the wines have great intensity, they are, as in the case of 'Vigneto Rancia', also capable of displaying the elegance that marks out the best Chianti Classico.
Tradition and respect for the terroir is important at Felsina. The vineyards are treated as independent productive units, each one distinct according to climate, altitude, aspect, microclimate, soil composition, and Sangiovese clone.

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