2015 Luigi Boveri "Derthona" Timorasso Colli Tortonesi

SKU #1319179

From the bright and refreshing side of Piedmont, comes this 100% Timorasso. Gently pressed an then allowed to macerate for 48-60 hours on the skins, this white takes on exceptional depth and texture. Fermentation completes with native yeasts, and then then rests in tank for 12 months, receiving gentle batonnage in order to round out the expressive character. The wine rests for six months before release and is brilliant gold, with notes of fresh starfruit and citrus, a mineral core, and is both textural and lively through the finish.

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Staff Image By: Christina Stanley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/1/2017 | Send Email
The Boveri "Derthona" Timorasso is a wonderful Italian white with a rich, almost oily, yet mineral driven palate. This juxtaposition of body and minerality is one of the reasons I have begun to fall in love with Italian whites, and this Timorasso has star quality in that regard. With green, herbaceous aromas, and crisp, bright citrus notes, this is a refreshing and powerful wine that can ease your transition from light Summer whites into the colder months.

Staff Image By: John Downing | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/25/2017 | Send Email
Although Walter Massa remains the benchmark for Timorasso, this latest from Luigi Boveri is knockout. Surprising aromas of hazelnut, honey and minerals are only enhanced by a round and creamy textured palate with great acidity and length. We guessed it was over $20 which made this even more impressive. This truly is among the best Italian whites we've added to our cellars of late.

Staff Image By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/23/2017 | Send Email
This is white wine for a red wine drinker. There is so much concentration and depth of flavor, intensity, complexity and downright deliciousness here, you'll have a hard time ever sipping on a light quaffing white wine ever again. Made from 100% Timorasso, a rare Piedmontese varietal.

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