Grapes: Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Sauvignon, Tai
Alcohol content: 13,00 % vol.
Serving temperature: 8 - 10 °C
Recommended glass: : Medium-sized tulip with narrow rim
The different grape varieties are harvested when perfectly ripe and softpressed before the musts undergo fermentation separately at a controlled, variable temperature (from 14 a 18°C) to bring out their specific aromatic and structural properties. An extended stay on the lees (at least 5 months) and assemblage respecting the proportions chosen create a wine which reaches its full potential with bottle ageing.
The bright yellow colour, with reflections that change from green and straw yellow, is a prelude to a bright bouquet of scents. On the nose there are notes of citrus, white-fleshed and tropical fruits, aromatic herbs, wild flowers and hints of hot spice. On the palate, the wine is well-defined and supple, vibrant with freshness, juicily savoury, flavour-packed and rather moreish thanks to an exceptionally lingering aromatic finish.
With its varied aromas and underlying savouriness, the wine is an impressively versatile accompaniment to food, from savoury starters featuring vegetables, meat or fish to more complex pasta and rice dishes, whether classically flavoured or richly spiced. An intriguing pairing with exotic cuisine it is also recommended as a ‘standalone’ aperitif, where its multi-faceted personality can be appreciated to the full.