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The 2009 Vermentino di Sardegna Costamolino is a clean, precise white that seems to have acquired an extra level of textural richness in this vinta... Read more
Clean, fresh and fruity, this is a real waker-upper. Pineapple and grapefruit flavors carry right through to the long finish. On the palate, lively... Read more
Quite ripe, with floral pineapple, yellow melon and vanilla notes featuring a creamy texture, which expands on the tangy finish. Drink now. Read more
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The 2009 Vermentino di Sardegna Costamolino is a clean, precise white that seems to have acquired an extra level of textural richness in this vintage. Beautifully delineated throughout, the Costamolino shows off lovely balance and a pure, crystalline finish. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2012.
Clean, fresh and fruity, this is a real waker-upper. Pineapple and grapefruit flavors carry right through to the long finish. On the palate, lively acids, good balance and a lush mouthfeel provide more than adequate support. A great apéritif, or have it with grilled lobster.
Quite ripe, with floral pineapple, yellow melon and vanilla notes featuring a creamy texture, which expands on the tangy finish. Drink now.
I'm not sure the 2001 Costamolino (100% tank-fermented and aged Vermentino) is not outstanding. A glorious perfume of flowers, white fruits, flint, and almond paste is followed by a medium-bodied offering with lovely richness, an exotic personality, and a long, pure, fresh finish that lasts for nearly 30 seconds. This is a remarkably sophisticated, surprisingly complex, fruit-driven white with a compelling personality. Drink it over the next year.
Buttercup yellow and as bright as the sun, this is a perfect beach house pour. Drink in its broad, peachy flavors on their own or with grilled lobster.
This aromatic wine has a flowery bouquet that is backed up with a nice spritziness. Serve with seafood, especially shrimp or a lightly broiled fish.
The relatively dry, exotic, lemony-scented 1998 Vermentino exhibits fresh, ripe fruit as well as a medium-bodied, dry finish. This Vermentino, a varietal known as Rolle in southern France, is fermented at low temperatures and bottled early to preserve its fruit. Drink it over the next year.
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