Vini Apuani – Roberto Castagnini Vermentino Beatrice 2020
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A delicious single vineyard, Tuscan Vermentino from the Apuani Hills in Carrara, the area famous for the production of the finest Italian marble.
Lively and brilliant golden colour with youthful green reflections. Aromatic floral aromas, with citrus, melon, banana and pineapple dominating the show. Palate of citrus fruit, wet stone minerality and creamy butter. Refreshing acidity, minerality, dry and complex on the palate. Full bodied and beautifully viscous in the glass.
The perfect food pairing for this wine is definitely seafood.
Serving temperature: 10-12 degrees
Residual Sugar: Dry 4 grams/Litre
|WINERY:||VINI APUANI s. r. l. s societa agricola|
|VINIFICATION:||12 hours of maceration on the skins. No oak ageing. Vinified in steel tanks. Matured for 2 months in the bottle.|
The Castagnini winery was founded in 2000, on the strength of an old farming tradition built up thanks to a solid family background in wine production dating back to the early 1950s.
The estate is situated on the hills of Candia, between the white Carrara marble quarries and the sea.
The owner Roberto Castagnini, grew up in the vineyards, followed his maternal grandfather’s footsteps and learned from him the techniques of vine cultivation.
Day by day, ancient knowledge is combined with the most modern winemaking techniques to obtain the ultimate expression of native grapes and unique terroir. Roberto’s aim is to achieve superior quality in constant evolution.
This has allowed them to create the highest quality, which have been recognised in the most renowned guides, obtaining international recognition.
Only 20,000 bottles a year are produced! Around 5 hectares of terraced vineyards, exposed to the sun and kissed by sea breezes. The sea breezes and the Mediterranean scrub that surround the vineyards contribute unique aromas and scents, allowing us to obtain truly unique and incredible wines.
The deep bond to the land of the ‘Colli di Candia’ and the love and passion for the vine.
Wines of controlled origin – DOC