Valentin Bianchi White Blend New Age NV
A vivacious and sensual wine, exhibiting aromas of fresh flowers and fruit, crisp, yet soft in the finish. The fruit is hand picked followed by crushing, cooling of crushed grapes, and pressing. Fermentation begins by inoculating with selected yeasts. Halfway through the fermentation process, the wine is centrifuged (spun) to halt fermentation, creating a slightly sweet, semi-sparkling wine. Serving Hints: This wine should be served well-chilled as an aperitif or dessert. Also tastes great with spicy Thai, Indian, Chinese or Japanese cuisine.
Soft, silky with slight fizz. Fruit, floral and small hint of mineral. Avoids being too sweet but is not a dry wine. One of few I would sip plain or cocktailed over ice with various fruits. Suited to most meals (well not asparagus or heavy vinaigrette dishes); but, particularly would like with bolder spiced dishes or unadorned fresh fruits.
Wow - this wine is served in Argentina as a cocktail over ice with a slice of lemon, lime. I think tangerine would really set it off. Fun to drink - light, bright and a real crowd pleaser.
was very fun to drink by itself, and surprisingly pared well with food too Tasting Notes: sweet but light, spritzy, not too carbonated Food Pairing: Salad with quinoa, balsamic vinaigrette, almonds, bleu cheese
I absolutely love this wine. So refreshing. I like that it isn't typical wine and more like a cocktail bc you drink it over ice with a lemon or lime. I am definitely going to try it with a tangerine. Can anyone recommend something similar to this?
sweet but a light pleasing sweet sparkle with out fizz even non wine drinkers seemed to enjoy it