Castello Della Sala - Bramito Del Cervo Chardonnay 2013 - Chardonnay 75cl Bottle


Castello Della Sala - Bramito Del Cervo Chardonnay 2013
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75cl Bottle
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The wine is a brilliant yellow in colour with greenish highlights and its nose features tropical fruit, particularly pineapple, along with notes of vanilla.

Savoury and mineral in flavour, it is soft and balanced with lightly oaky notes which blend harmoniously into the structure of the wine.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Castello Della Sala - Antinori   -
ABV:   12.5%
Appellation:   Umbria IGT
Body:   Medium Bodied
Brand:   Castello Della Sala - Antinori
Country of Origin:   Italy
Food Match:   Poultry
Grape Type:   Chardonnay
Quality Designation:   IGT
Region:   Umbria
Style of White Wine:   Crisp & Dry
Unoaked:   No
Vintage:   2013


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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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