Marchesi de Frescobaldi elaborates this Frescobaldi Massovivo Ammiraglia Vermentino , a white wine from Tuscany with vermentino grapes. According to Drinks&Co users, this white wine earns 4 out of 5 points.
“TASTING NOTES:View: This wine is pale golden yellow and bright, with topaz reflexes.Nose: Opens with envelopes floral notes of jasmine and hawthorn and made fresh with nice hints of citrus; The bouquet is completed with notes of pear, honey, lime and almond.Mouth: It's fresh and savory, supported by a solid body. In the end it is dominated by fruity notes.APPELLATION: Tuscany, Italy.GRAPES: 100% Vermentino.AGEING: 4 months in steel and 1 month in bottle.PREPARATION: is harvested in late September and fermented in stainless steel tanks with controlled at a temperature of 20 °C temperature for 11 days. Wine, after partial cold maceration, aged for 4 months in steel and 1 month in bottle before being marketed.WINE PAIRING: Perfect to accompany fish dishes and seafood, is ideal for starters, timbales and vegetables.RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 10 - 12 °CALCOHOL: 13%”
“92 POINTS - James Suckling - A dry and refreshing wine with flavours of exotic fruits and a hint of bitter lemon on the finish.The Frescobaldi name goes back many centuries into the history of art, culture, trade and finance of Italy in general and Tuscany in particular.Grapes: 100% VermentinoRegion: Italy / Tuscany / MaremmaMaker: Nicolo D AfflittoNotes: Intense straw colour with aromas of exotic fruits, hawthorns and acacia honey. Full bodied and full flavoured with a delicious almond aftertaste.Serve: At 10-12c it is ideal with white fish, calamari and pesto based pasta dishesABV: 12.5%Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans”