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Olmèra - single vineyard

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Master of Wine Tim Atkin has defined Olmèra an “incredible white blend, really worth trying”, it is obtained from Tocai and Sauvignon blanc grapes. It is one of our 5 Grand Crus, which over the years has always received above 90 points ratings from the best national and international wine guides.

94 points James Suckling

93 points Veronelli

94 points Luca Maroni

91 points Robert Parker

Gold Asia Wine&Spirits Award

4 Viti – Top Score AIS Guide

In the local dialect the word "Olmèra" means the old elm trees wood that in the past was in the land where the vineyard is today. These elm trees released particular elements in the soil that give great structure and personality to this wine.

60% Tocai - 40% Sauvignon
Historical Notes
the name OLMÈRA comes from the location of the vineyard that produce the grapes of this wine. The vines are next to the "olmèra", which, in the local dialect, is an old wood of elms. This area has always been considered excellent for viticulture, since, naturally, it gives body and richness to the wines.
Alcohol content
13,5-15% by vol. (it depends on the vintage)
Tasting Characteristics
intense straw yellow colour with golden hues, rich nose, with intense ripe fruit bouquet, strong body, smooth, velvety, very long, with an exotic fruit finish.
Food Matching
ideal with risotto, shellfish and fruits de mer.
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