Fontana Candida is a popular wine brand based in Rome, Italy, best known for their Frascati wines produced in the nearby hills of Lazio. The winery was founded in 1958 and has been producing Frascati (a dry, light, refreshing wine with floral aromatics) since then. Eventually the business expanded to include Pinot Grigio from the Veneto and Orvieto from Umbria.
External Reviews for Fontana Candida Pinot Grigio Venezie IGT
Light, creamy and fresh, this simple pinot grigio will accompany a variety of light fish or chicken preparations. Its pleasant butternut aroma is typical of the grape.
Well focused, with ripe flavors of pear, apple, fig and spice that resonate on the finish. Lush and full-bodied, itrsquo;s one of the better, and eminently affordable, varietal wines from Northern Italy.
Yes, itrsquo;s light, but itrsquo;s also clean and fresh, blending pear and lime flavors pleasantly into a decent aperitif.
From the rolling hills of northern Italy comes this crowd pleasing white wine. Dry, crisp, fruity and well-balanced with hints of lime, it pairs well with poultry, seafood or light entreacute;es.
Well focused, with ripe flavors of pear, apple, fig and spice that resonate on the finish. Lush and full-bodied, it's one of the better, and eminently affordable, varietal wines from Northern Italy.
Yes, it's light, but it's also clean and fresh, blending pear and lime flavors pleasantly into a decent aperitif.
Simple white wine that goes down easy, light and crisp, showing pear and almond notes and an herbal finish. Best as an aperitif.
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