Lugana Santa CristinaVignetta Massoni, Veneto, Italy
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Lugana Santa Cristina Vignetta Massoni, Veneto, Italy
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Richly scented with an abundance of pear, melon and stone fruits. The delicious mineral backbone carries the rich body of the wine with ease. The acidity keeps it fresh and the citrus and stone fruit flavours linger in the lengthy finish.
Silver medal at the International Wine and Spirits Competition.
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About this wine
Goes well with
Chicken and pine nut salad
Alberto Zenato is in charge of the Zenato wines, from vine to bottle. He inherited his vision of wine from his father: to create exceptional native wines in Lugana and Valpolicella, and continue his family heritage and business. His father and predecessor, Sergio Zenato, lay down this philosophy as well as a few other milestones for the wines of the region. He was the first to age the Trebbiano in oak barrels and rediscovered the Ripasso method in the 1990s which led to it becoming a DOC in 2010.
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