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Frescobaldi Pomino Il Benefizio 2002

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Pomino Bianco DOC Chardonnay, Pomino Benefizio is Castello di Pomino’s iconic cru, sourced from a single chardonnay vineyard at an elevation of 700 metres. Serving suggestions Vegetable soups, baked sea bream, baked salmon fillet, caviar. Tasting Notes The color is a lustrous, pale gold in appearance, with shimmering highlights. A complex suite of aromatics marks the nose, showing vanilla judiciously matched with well-ripened fruit, such as peach and banana. The entry is heady and mouthfilling, with a lovely vein of acidity balancing the alcohol and enlivening the palate’s considerable weight. Technical Information Yield/Hectare: 40 Hl/Ha Harvest period: End of september Vineyard practices: Manual Fermentation vats: New french barriques Fermentation temperature: <25C° Length of fermentation: 30 days with " batonage" Length of maceration on the skins: Partial, 12 hours at 5C° Malolactic fermentation: Mainly done Maturation method: New french barriques Length of maturation: 12 months

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Pomino Bianco DOC Chardonnay, Pomino Benefizio is Castello di Pomino’s iconic cru, sourced from a single chardonnay vineyard at an elevation of 700 metres. Serving suggestions Vegetable soups, baked sea bream, baked salmon fillet, caviar. Tasting Notes The color is a lustrous, pale gold in appearance, with shimmering highlights. A complex suite of aromatics marks the nose, showing vanilla judiciously matched with well-ripened fruit, such as peach and banana. The entry is heady and mouthfilling, with a lovely vein of acidity balancing the alcohol and enlivening the palate’s considerable weight. Technical Information Yield/Hectare: 40 Hl/Ha Harvest period: End of september Vineyard practices: Manual Fermentation vats: New french barriques Fermentation temperature: <25C° Length of fermentation: 30 days with " batonage" Length of maceration on the skins: Partial, 12 hours at 5C° Malolactic fermentation: Mainly done Maturation method: New french barriques Length of maturation: 12 months

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