CASTELLO DELLA SALA - BRAMITO DELLA SALA

Castello della Sala - Bramito della Sala

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A Chardonnay in all its purity, straw-coloured with greenish flecks and a nose that offers a fascinating and complete bouquet of varietal notes (tropical and citrus fruits, peaches), dried herbs, and other notes imparted by its short stay in oak: sweet spices and hazelnuts in particular.

Bramito del Cervo is a well-balanced wine with good structure, fresh and creamy at the same time, clear-cut, clean and with a pleasantly fruity finish.

Type:
White
Country:
Italy
Region:
Umbria
Appellation:
umbria IGT
Producer:
Castello della Sala
Grapes/Blend:
chardonnay

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