2012 Palazzone Terre Vinate Orvieto (Elsewhere $15)

SKU #1153053

This fruity, refreshing white is composed of 50% Procanico, 20% Verdello and the remaining 30% a blend of Grechetto, Drupeggio and Malvasia. It was cold-fermented in stainless steel and only aged four months prior to release to ensure the freshest expression. Aromatic with a touch of mid-palate richness from the Grechetto, this is the perfect white to enjoy with simple dishes featuring garden-fresh vegetables drizzled with your favorite olive oil.

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Staff Image By: Ryan Woodhouse | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/8/2014 | Send Email
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Interesting wine. Soft ripe stone fruits and fresh Hazelnuts on the nose with a toasted grain or even warm bread character that I often get from good Chenin Blanc. The wine has a lovely savory lees character that also gives great texture persistence on the palate. There is a nice balance of richness and tension which is something pretty remarkable for a bottle in this price point.
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Staff Image By: Greg St. Clair | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/19/2014 | Send Email
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This is such a good deal for such a refreshing and fun wine. Aromas of pear with hints of white flower couched in an elegant plumpness balanced with fresh acidity and a lively and bright finish. With the warmer months ahead this is an ideal summer treat!
Drink from 2014 to 2016

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