Vietti's new white wine is a 100% Timorasso with clear, intense yellow colour and green hues. Pear and peach fruit scents. Aromas, of acacia and hawthorn flowers with typical honey notes. In some cases, after 2/3 years mineral notes are more intense and show hydrocarbons. On the palate it is dry, warm, soft and very well balanced, without edges. It has a long lingering finish with a good acidity.
|Format:||12 x 750ml|
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