Veramonte Chardonnay 2019
CHARDONNAY | 2019
Fresh and expressive aromas of pear, quince and lemon curd, interwoven with toasty oak notes. Vibrant purity of the fruit with beautiful texture and good depth lead to a long memorable finish.
Grapes are harvested at first light and whole clustered pressed in order to obtain the structure provided by the stems. The juice sits for 24 hours and is then racked off. Part of the wine is barrel fermented in neutral oak with wild yeasts, and the rest in stainless steel tanks. Thirty percent of the wine undergoes spontaneous malolactic fermentation, enhancing the Chardonnay’s softness and creaminess without losing its freshness.
Certification: V-Label.EU (Vegan Certified)
Two Eights Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 20180 out of 5(0)
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Opus One 20150 out of 5(0)
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