Villa Antinori Bianco was produced for the first time by Niccolò Antinori in 1931, and since that time the label has remained virtually unvaried, as has the working philosophy of the production of the wine, which aims at achieving a true Tuscan character. Straw yellow with green highlights, the wine has intense aromas which recall bananas, orange flowers, and roses. On the palate it is soft, tasty, and with a fine aromatic persistence and is very pleasurable to drink.
Light and fresh with real character and zip. Lemons apples and wild flowers on the nose with more floral fruit running through the palate. The finish is long and crisp with apple and lemon fruit lingering on.
A round, lightly floral wine with a fullness and spice that brings lots of appeal. The fruit flavours are completely ripe, edging into the tropical. These characteristics distinguish the unique and aristocratic San Angelo Pinot Grigio from its northern counterparts.
Silvery lemon yellow in the glass. Fresh and grassy perfumes lead to a lively, lifted palate with a mineral undertone. This Meriggio shows the characteristic high quality of all the Fontodi wines and finishes on a long, elegant note.
Deep straw yellow in colour, this wine is aromatic and elegant, with perfumes of white summer flowers, stoned fruit and a touch of tropical fruit. On the palate it has a lovely balance, with rounded, ripe fruit given a lift with a fresh finish. This wine develops nicely, taking on lanolin characters after a year in bottle.
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