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Helles Strohgelb; delikat in der Nase, an reife Äpfel und Bergamotte-Bonbons erinnernd. Rassig und trocken im Gaumen.Read more...
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Aromatic blend of pear, apple, and citrus. Medium-bodied, the fruit flavors of pear, apple, pineapple, and citrus rind are well balanced and have a... Read more
Top 60 Italian White Wine Values/ Bright and crisp, with a lemon-lime and almost salty character. Medium-bodied, with lovely acidity and a grapefr... Read more
La Cala Vermentino - A Best Value, Parker's Wine Bargains/ A classic Vermentino with its soaring, perfumed aromatics and crisp, clean fruit. Read more
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Aromatic blend of pear, apple, and citrus. Medium-bodied, the fruit flavors of pear, apple, pineapple, and citrus rind are well balanced and have a crisp, medium finish. Paired well with fish.
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Top 60 Italian White Wine Values/ Bright and crisp, with a lemon-lime and almost salty character. Medium-bodied, with lovely acidity and a grapefruit aftertaste. You can taste the sea here.
La Cala Vermentino - A Best Value, Parker's Wine Bargains/ A classic Vermentino with its soaring, perfumed aromatics and crisp, clean fruit.
La Cala Vermentino 2008 - 88 Points, Wine Review Online/ For those unfamiliar with the Vermentino grape, this wine is a good place to start. For those of you familiar with that grape, I suggest you also grab a bottle of this wine the next time you’re grilling fish. My colleague here at WRO, Mary Ewing Mulligan, recently extolled the many virtues of this Italian grape, which many winemakers have told me, “needs to grow within sight of the sea.” This light bodied refreshing one from Sardinia’s most widely known producers is fresh and bracing, with an intriguing, slightly salty lift in the finish. It’s a terrific choice for simply prepared seafood, such as grilled sea bass with sprinkled with olive oil and lemon.
Grape Varieties100% VermentinoVinificationAfter harvest, selected grape bunches are exposed to the warm autumnal sunlight and undergo a brief, natural drying process. Following a gentle pressing, the juices are vinified under temperature-controlled conditions.ColorPale straw with tints of lemon- green.BouquetVery intense with notes of citrus. Delightful, floralTasteCrisp and dry with youthful vitality and freshnessAlcohol12.5%Serving SuggestionsVermentino wines are a versatile match for a wide array of appetizers and entrees, especially shellfish and seafood dishes. - Winery
A Lesson in Indian Flavors/ Mango Shrimp; WINE - Bright citrusy 2007 Sella & Mosca La Cala Vermentino
Spring Bouquets/ By maintaining a modest 12 percent alcohol level, the Sella & Mosca keeps its Vermentino refreshing without sacrificing the distinctive lemon oil-tropical fruit character this variety is known for. Coming from the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, it's a natural with seafood- especially light, buttery fish such as Chilean sea bass and mahi-mahi
Great Values from Italy/ Sella e Mosca is another of the Sardinian estates worth keeping an eye on. There wines are of terrific value. The 2006 Vermentino di Sardegna is a clean, minerally white with suggestions of flowers and white peaches. It offers good length and a crisp, refreshing finish.
Helles Strohgelb; delikat in der Nase, an reife Äpfel und Bergamotte-Bonbons erinnernd. Rassig und trocken im Gaumen.
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