Castello della Sala - 'Bramito della Sala'

Castello della Sala - 'Bramito della Sala' - 2022 - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Castello della Sala - 'Bramito della Sala'

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The 2022 Chardonnay Bramìto della Sala shows a more evident layer of richness and texture that you don't get in the thinner 2016 edition. This wine is partially barrel fermented (with malolactic fermentation), and the fruit comes from the younger vines at the Castello della Sala. A portion of the fruit represents leftovers that never made it into the top-shelf wine, Cervaro della Sala. This wine offers fantastic value and easy-drinking appeal. It's not too complicated, but it plays its few ace cards with an expert hand. 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.
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:
Marchesi Antinori
Grapes/Blend:
Chardonnay

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