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Antica Enotria Bianco - Buon Vino Organic Wine
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Antica Enotria Bianco 2018

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One Line Description Antica Enotria Bianco, Organic Fiano & Falanghina Blend, well balanced, fresh, warming, textured organic white wine, great for seafood.
Production Method Organic
Country Italy Italian
Region Puglia, Italy
Producer Antica Enotria
Vintage 2018
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Light bodied
Grape Blend 50% Fiano 50% Falaghina
Alcohol 12.5%
Terroir Grown from soils rich in limestone, clay and mineral salts
Total Sulphur Level Below 50mg/l
Maturation Puglia Bianco ages in steel tanks for 4 months.
Ageing Potential Drink young
Production Detail The grapes are harvested by hand and placed in plastic crates in the wine cellar. After the soft crushing and pressing he juice is cold filtered and allowed to ferment at a temperature of 16°C in steel tanks.
Natural Features Vegan
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Antica Enotria Bianco, Organic Fiano & Falanghina Blend, well balanced, fresh, warming, textured organic white wine, great for seafood. A crisp yet nicely textured white for every occasion with Fresh Citrus fruits and hints of mango and tropical fruits. A surprisingly well balanced organic wine at this price point. White wine is not usually the best from Puglia, being a very warm climate, the wines can lack freshness but this little blend is great, very nice texture and balance and easy pleasant drinking.

Antica Enotria has 12 hectares of vineyard just a few kilometres from the Gulf of Manfredonia. These have been cultivated organically since 1993. The older vineyards are trained to the traditional local Puglia pergola, while the younger plantings, put in less than ten years ago, are trained to the spurred cordon. The finest vines are the varieties indigenous to Puglia.

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