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2015 Lunae Colli di Luni Vermentino

SKU #1260643

This Tuscan Vermentino comes from the Colli di Luni which is right at the Ligurian border. The wine was fermented on the skins for 48 hours and has a simply stunning character. Loads of nascent fruit are wrapped around a core of mineral salts, spice and producing a palate feel that is absolutrely scintillating. A long finish that is so expressive, I really think this wine is fantastic.

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Staff Image By: Rachel Alcarraz | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/12/2017 | Send Email
A stunning bright, clean and linear Vermentino from Northwest Tuscany. Lean and light bodied with bright citrus fruit and driving minerality. Perfectly refreshing to enjoy on a sunny day!

Staff Image By: John Downing | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/27/2017 | Send Email
Lunae offers a wonderful rendition of Vermentino that hails from vineyards located in the Eastern corner of Liguria bordering on Tuscany.This customer and staff favorite is both ample and crisp with a fragrant array of apple, peach and honey and a mouthwatering palate with hints of mineral and saline on the finish. Unlike some of the more viscous and lime-fruited Vermentinos from the coastal zones, this one is light on its feet and a refreshing alternative. Ideal with vegetables, white meats, seafood and lighter pastas.

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Alcohol Content (%): 12.5