San Marzano - Salento Vermentino "Timo"
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Timo Vermentino is a beautiful wine, from the well-known winery San Marzano. This Italian wine consists entirely of Vermentino grapes. Although this grape does not yet have the fame of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, the Vermentino is more than worth it. Vermentino is also found in southern Italy, especially in France, where it occurs under the name Rolle. Vermentino is known for its delicate, elegant and floral wines. Timo Vermentino San Marzano is no exception. A completely different glass, compared to the range that San Marzano has to offer, but oh so very tasty. Our advice is clear and straightforward: Enjoy this wine and be enchanted by the power of Puglia.
The Vermentino grapes grow on the vineyards in the south of Puglia, in the Salento region. Salento is also the region where San Marzano has been housed for over 50 years. After all these years of craftsmanship, San Marzano started experimenting. This is how this Timo Vermentino was created. This Italian wine has no wood aging, but matures for 5 months in steel tanks. In this way, on the one hand, the invigorating freshness is preserved, but the dusty, floral character is preserved. A high-quality wine, which can be counted among the showpieces of winery San Marzano.
Sit down for this one, because Timo Vermentino San Marzano is not just any wine. When you open this wine, you are confronted with a tsunami of smells and flavors. An invasion of the senses. Start with the smell. Fine hints of citrus, peach and pear are a pleasure to the nose. You can also smell the typical floral character that Vermentino is known for. Timo Vermentino San Marzano is a sensation in the taste. In the mouth you discover notes of citrus, nectarines and gooseberry. But also some thyme and rosemary. Timo is a great glass; we can't get enough of it. Also try this Vermentino from San Marzano and become a fan of this Italian wine
||Fine hints of citrus, peach and pear are a pleasure to the nose. You can also smell the typical floral character that Vermentino is known for.|
|Flavour||In the mouth you will discover notes of citrus, nectarines and gooseberry. But also some thyme and rosemary.|
|Serve with||Delicious with spaghetti alle vongole, but due to its spiciness also perfectly matched with summer vegetables such as asparagus, fennel and even artichokes.|
|Country, Region||Italy, Puglia
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