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Verdicchio Di Gino Fattoria San Lorenzo 2018

Availability: 26 In stock


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One Line Description Verdicchio Di Gino Fattoria San Lorenzo, biodynamic, nutty, complex, easy and expressive dry white wine
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country Italy Italian
Region Marche, Italy
Producer San Lorenzo
Vintage 2018
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Verdicchio
Alcohol 13.5% abv
Total Sulphur Level Less than 70mg/l
Maturation Short refinement in steel
Annual Production 5 - 10,000 bottles
Production Detail Natural, artisan, non-interventionist in vineyard and cellar.
Natural Features Vegan, Unfined


Verdicchio Di Gino Fattoria San Lorenzo, biodynamic, nutty, complex, easy and expressive dry white wine. This is the entry level Verdicchio from Fattoria San Lorenzo, named after Natalino's father. It is rich and expressive with notes of fresh orchard fruits, with lovely texture, and nutty complexity. A very approachable, great value natural wine, unmasked by oak. Drink with fish or chicken.

Fattoria San Lorenzo is a third generation family winery, run by Natalino and his family in Montecaretto, that is completely organic and biodynamic and also include an organic olive grove. The farm is rich in biodiversity, with dozens of farm animals, (some of which lend their names to his wines, such as the Goose). He believes manual farming is the best way to maintain the health of the vines, and his skill as a winemaker is testified by the fact that his wines are so ageworthy - his top Verdicchios age like a bold Chablis.


2Reviews For Verdicchio Di Gino Fattoria San Lorenzo 2018

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    Way more complexity than you'd expect for the price. There is slight nuttiness and plenty of texture but at the forefront there's a real vivid acidity. Orange wine lovers should be interested in this. Tasted great on a damp Sunday evening in Bradford, would imagine it tastes incredible with an outdoor dinner on a sunny afternoon.

    5 stars considering the price.

  2. How good is this wine?

    David W31/05/2019

    Nice little white, crisp, dry, but some nuttiness and complexity from the lees ageing. Hard to argue at this price!

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