2012 Cantina Terlan "Classico" Terlano

SKU #1139620 93 points James Suckling

 This is a fresh and clean white with pear, green apple and lime character. Full body, tangy acidity and a lemon-lime undertone. Very minerally. Drink now, But will age a long time. Not to be missed.  (7/ 2014)

K&L Notes

A blend of Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, and it was one of the first wines that Cantina Terlan made. Always a staff favorite, this entices with aromas of tart green apple, lemon oil and basil. On the palate it's more stone fruit driven. Complex, with great structure and a lingering hint of minerality.

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By: David Driscoll |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 10/2/2013  | Send Email
This is an interesting blend of grapes (pinot bianco, chardonnay, sauv blanc) and the combination creates a lovely balance of acidity and fruit. It's round and rich, but with great zippy acid on the finish. A fantastic food wine and a flavor that's familiar, yet new and exciting. Try it out if you like almost any kind of wine

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