San Giovanni Della Sala - 2014 - Orvieto Classico 75cl Bottle


San Giovanni Della Sala - 2014
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The wine is brilliant in colour with greenish highlights.

The nose expresses fruity notes, particularly peach, pineapple, and citrus fruit.

The structure and the acidity fuse in perfect balance with a savoury and vibrant aftertaste of fine length and persistence.

50% Grechetto, 25% Procanico, 25% Pinot Blanc and Viognier

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Castello Della Sala - Antinori   -
ABV:   12.5%
Appellation:   Orvieto Classico
Body:   Light Bodied
Brand:   Castello Della Sala - Antinori
Country of Origin:   Italy
Food Match:   Poultry
Grape Type:   Pinot Blanc
Grape Type:   Procanico
Grape Type:   Grechetto
Grape Type:   Viognier
Quality Designation:   DOC
Region:   Umbria
Style of White Wine:   Crisp & Dry
Sweetness of wine:   Dry
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Unoaked:   Yes
Vintage:   2014


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Producer Information

Niccolo Antinori bought the 14th century Castello della Sala in 1940, to provide a source of white wines to match the excellence of his Tuscan reds. With the introduction of Cervaro della Sala in 1987, his dream was fully realised: this is one of Italy's defining whites, as influential and sought-after as Tignanello. Bram to del Cervo is effectively a mini-Cervaro, further proof of Umbria's affinity with Chardonnay; Conte della Vipera is a full, herbal Sauvignon, more Bordeaux in style than Loire. The inhabitants of the castle originally ruled over the whole province of Orvieto, so the range would not be complete without a flagship example of the DOC; the 'Superiore' designates much lower permitted yields, and hence considerable concentration.

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