San Quirico 'Organic' Vernaccia d San Gimignano 2014
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San Quirico Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2014 is 100% Vernaccia that is fermented in cement vats. A straw yellow in color, this Tuscan white offers gentle floral, citrus, stone fruit and fresh herb aromas on the nose. On the palate, flavors of lemon zest, sage, and minerality with hints of anise and almonds on the crisp finish. Pairs well with insalata di mare, salmoriglio, calamari grigliati, and chicken scallopini.
Item ID: #22033
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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San Quirico Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2014 is 100% Vernaccia that is fermented in cement vats. A straw yellow in color, this Tuscan white offers gentle floral, citrus, stone fruit and fresh herb aromas on the nose. On the palate, flavors of lemon zest, sage, and minerality with hints of anise and almonds on the crisp finish. Pairs well with insalata di mare, salmoriglio, calamari grigliati, and chicken scallopini.

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San QuiricoWhen Andrea Vecchione, proprietor of San Quirico, replanted his original 27 acres of vineyards more than 20 years ago, he was one of few in the area of San Gimignano who took a scientific approach to the task. The results have been so outstanding that his vineyards are now a prime source for select grafting. With their southern and western exposures, Andrea's vineyards have now doubled in size, while his approach to winemaking still has but one yardstick: quality. His winery is small but efficient and equipped to produce state-of-the-art wines. In 2004 San Quirico obtained USDA NOP (National Organic Program) certification for their organic products and the 2005 vintage was the first to be labeled as such.

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Gerald

White wine little character

"Rather drink Verdicchio from the Marche region of Italy"

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