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The light to medium-bodied, crisp 2001 San Vincenzo, a tank-fermented and agedblend of 15% Chardonnay, 80% Garganega, and 5% Trebbiano, reveals not... Read more
No country in the world does a better job of turning out non-oaked cuveacute;es of dry, light-bodied whites with plenty of flavor. The revolution i... Read more
This huge, ripe wine is packed with sweet fruit and a sense of structure. It is concentrated and intense and has good aging potential for the next ... Read more
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The light to medium-bodied, crisp 2001 San Vincenzo, a tank-fermented and agedblend of 15% Chardonnay, 80% Garganega, and 5% Trebbiano, reveals notions of white flowers and almonds in its refreshing, textured personality. Readers looking for something other than Chardonnay should check out this lovely, pure white.
No country in the world does a better job of turning out non-oaked cuveacute;es of dry, light-bodied whites with plenty of flavor. The revolution in white winemaking that has taken place in Italy over the past few years is amazing. Anselmi, a leader of the Soave appellation, dropped the name Soave from his labels so he could reduce the level of required Trebbiano in his wines, and flesh them out with a small percentage of Chardonnay. The result is a gorgeously refreshing, light-bodied effort exhibiting notes of citrus and honeyed grapefruit, wonderful texture, and amazing flavor for such a light, crispy, tangy wine. this is the quintessential offering for drinking as an aperitif. Enjoy it over the next year.
This huge, ripe wine is packed with sweet fruit and a sense of structure. It is concentrated and intense and has good aging potential for the next four or five years.
The excellent Anselma firm has decided to produce wines without labeling them Soave. This 2003 San Vincenzo is a lemony, crisp effort displaying hints of hazel nuts, good freshness, light body, and a clean finish. It will be ideal as an aperitif or drunk with seafood dishes over the next year.
Shows ripe apple, sandalwood and pretty floral notes on a tight medium body, with fresh acidity and a crisp citrus and mineral finish that lingers.
The 2009 San Vincenzo is a fat, generous white with plenty of ripe apricots and peaches. The soft, caressing style flows through to the long, pretty finish. Anticipated maturity: 2010ndash;2013.
Anselmirsquo;s 2008 San Vincenzo is mostly Garganega, with 15% Chardonnay and 5% Trebbiano Toscano added to the blend. This rich, honeyed white from Veneto shows excellent balance in a generous style, even if a touch of freshness seems to have been lost. Anticipated maturity: 2009ndash;2010.
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