Paolo Bea White Blend Umbria IGT Bianco Santa Chiara 2008

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The harvest of 2007 may be defined thus: 'AUTHORITATIVE'. After a mild winter and a wonderful March, anticipating app...

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Berkeley, CA (2,500 mi)
USD 54.99
750ml
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The Santa Chiara wine from the Paolo Bea winery is fermented in stainless steel and left to ferment on the lees for a good 8 months. The resulting ... Read more

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/17/2010

The Santa Chiara wine from the Paolo Bea winery is fermented in stainless steel and left to ferment on the lees for a good 8 months. The resulting wine is aromatic with great texture and floral fruit aromas. Drink with a slight chill only.


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30196 Snooth User: Klh
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03/07/2012

Tasting Notes:

The harvest of 2007 may be defined thus: 'AUTHORITATIVE'. After a mild winter and a wonderful March, anticipating approximately 10 days the budding, the end of May was characterized by intense rains, then the summer was particularly dry until the time of harvest. The deep roots of the vines in our vineyard Pagliaro have nevertheless allowed a good hydration of the vegetation. For all these reasons, the ripening of the grapes had been a significant advance so that the collection, contrary to our habits was made in mid-September. The grapes that we collected were wonderful, undamaged and healthy, which produced an intense wine. In this collection, we experience a wine that is: - "Complex" in the composition - "Persistent" because it was generated without the use of forced stabilizzationi - "Intense" for color, given the long maceration on the skins and slightly oxidized due to the lack of added sulfites.

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