Fresh and vibrant with notes of citrus, orange zest and pith. The palate has a soft friendly feel with a finish that favors the citrus fruits. Good body weight and good acidity.
A dense volume of dramatic aromatics beckon the exhilarating mineral bath to follow. Blind tasted you might think a Sancerre or Chablis. Ancient marine sediments and fossils found in the limestone soils of Chablis task its Chardonnay to a similar expression – as it does with Sancerre's Sauvignon Blanc. Yes, but this wine also has an Alsatian richness, you might sense. The soils of Collio are referred to as ponca – tectonically raised ancient sea beds define the terroir of Collio. Combine clay and sandstone sediments from Via Alpina elevations – a magical geological confluence that affords Collio a preeminent position in the white wine hierarchy of Italy. This offering – probable that it is THE greatest Italian white wine bargain & from a Collio master!
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