Guado al Tasso - Vermentino di Bolgheri 2011-13 - Crisp elegant white wine 75cl Bottle

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Guado al Tasso - Vermentino di Bolgheri 2011-13
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75cl Bottle
£15.46
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Vineyard The vineyards lie at 45-60 metres above sea level, with a rocky limestone soil. The vines were propagated at the on-site nursery, set up in 1994 mainly to provide Vermentino.

Winery After destemming and a light pressing, the must was cooled to 10°C for natural settling. The must was then transferred to temperature-controlled stainless steel vats, where alcoholic fermentation took place at up to 16°C. In order to preserve the delicate aromas, the wine was kept briefly in steel tanks at a low temperature, before filtration and bottling.

Taste This shows the combination of crispness and breadth that marks Vermentino, with engaging citrus flavours and a long mineral finish.



Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Guado al Tasso   -   www.antinori.it
ABV:   12%
Appellation:   Bolgheri
Brand:   Guado al Tasso
Country of Origin:   Italy
Food Match:   White Fish
Grape Type:   Vermentino
Region:   Tuscany
Vintage:   2011-13

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Producer Information

The Bolgheri DOC, situated near the coast eighty kilometres south-west of Florence, started out as rosso-only; whites were permitted in 1984, and ten years later the laws finally recognised the extraordinary success of the mouldbreaking Cabernet-based reds such as Sassicaia. Guado al Tasso debuted with the 1990, and demonstrates the quality of Merlot and Syrah as blending partners for the region's Cabernet with a wine of real lushness and verve.

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