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Vermentino

Vermentino is a semi-aromatic white grape variety, also known as Pigato in Liguria and Favorita in Piedmont and Corsica. Its origins are not clear: for some it comes from the north-east of Spain in Aragon but the variety does not seem to be cultivated anymore in what should be its native land; for others always in Spain it was known as Listan d'Andalusia. Second still others would be native of Portugal (where it is known by the name of "codega") or the island of Madeira, given the numerous affinities (richness of color and extract ) with the local Malvasia. From the Iberian peninsula it would have spread first in France - Grosse Clarette, Malvois d'Espagne, Piccabon, Languedoc-Roussillon - then in Liguria and in the Apuan Alps area (Gallesio found it up in Versilia). In those areas it took the name of Malvasia Grossa, Carbesso or Corbesso or Carbess (the pigato is considered by some as a variety of Vermentino), Pizzamosca, and Vemettino, the latter name with which it arrived in Corsica and then, in the second half of the 'Nineteenth century, in Gallura (Sardinia) where it acquired the name Vermentino and, to a lesser extent, also in some areas of Tuscany.

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The 'Villa di Chiesa' by Cantina Santadi is a 'Valli di Porto Pino' IGT and comes from a careful selection of grapes from the local Vermentino with the noble Chardonnay. Moving on to an aging period of 9 months in French oak barrels, it comes out with a soft and savory white, which gives the finish a pleasant note of vanilla and citrus.

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Vermentino 'Albablu' by Campo alle Comete is a simply excellent white wine from Tuscany. Worked exclusively in steel, it enhances the peculiarities of the fruit and the territory, and offers a fresh and mineral sip, rich in the flavor that the vines have absorbed from the Tyrrhenian breezes. Fragrant and aromatic, characterized by hints of medlar and grapefruit and hints of sage, mineral and herbaceous tones. Excellent with seafood, shellfish, risotto and fish in general, it is a Vermentino with which you are always on the safe side.

 

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Colli di Luni 'Etichetta Nera' by Lunae Bosoni is a multi-faceted Vermentino, with great persistence. Vinified in only steel tanks, enhances the characteristics of this typical Ligurian vine. Remarkable for freshness and depth, for elegance and fabric. Capable of surprising even after many years from the harvest, if well preserved.

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Colli di Luni 'Etichetta Grigia' by Lunae Bosoni is a fresh and harmonious Vermentino specimen, born on the border between Liguria and Tuscany. Aged only in steel tanks, it is characterized by aromas of aromatic herbs and yellow flowers, on mineral texture. The strong structure of the sip allows it to be combined with complex dishes of fish and white meats. Do not miss with Ligurian regional dishes.

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The Colli di Luni 'Fior di Luna' by Lunae Bosoni is the result of a careful assembly of Vermentino, Albarola and Greco. Balanced and very pleasant, fragrant and with character. Vinified in only steel tanks to preserve its characteristics, it is an immediate white, perfect introduction to the world of Lunae and white wines of the Levant.

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'Is Argiolas' by Argiolas is one of the most successful examples of Vermentino di Sardegna on the island. Careful selection of the best grapes and terroir of the Serdiana countryside. Straw yellow, delicate but alive, in the mouth stands out for refinement, freshness and flavor. Great with fish starters, mint potato culurgiones, risotto.

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Vermentino by Rocca di Frassinello is the only white produced by this winery with a wide Italian-French flavor. A white that combines freshness and drinkability with an exceptional balance, which enhances the classic notes of a vine that has found its land of choice in the Tuscan Maremma. Good structure and excellent persistence. Versatile, suitable for grilled fish, shellfish, white meats.

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Toscana IGT 'Grottaia' by Caccia al Piano 1868 is produced with grapes of vermentino and sauvignon blanc. It is fresh on the nose with fruity notes that evolve into refined notes of yellow peach and pleasant floral aromas. On the palate it is fresh and fruity with the typical minerality of the vine, which gives it flavor and persistence. Ideal with fish dishes, shellfish and delicate white meats.

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