2017 Mancini Vermentino di Gallura

SKU #1369204 90 points Wine Enthusiast

 Aromas of Spanish broom, ripe apricot and yellow peach lead the nose and carry over to the round palate. Fresh acidity accompanies the juicy fruit flavors while an almond note closes the finish. (KO)  (10/2015)

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This is a 100% Vermentino grape wine, cultivated in alluvial soils of granite rocks. The only DOCG (Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin) in Sardinia. This is a source of Gallura pride for the makers and people of the region.

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By: John Majeski | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/1/2019 | Send Email
The island of Sardinia lies in the heart of the Mediterranean, and is populated not just with people, goats and grapevines, but with thousands of strange, beehive-shaped megalithic towers dating to the 2nd millennium BC called nuraghi. Speculation as to their true purpose runs from tombs to astronomical observatories to fortresses, but I imagine with their well-constructed walls they would also make excellent wine cellars! Fortunately for us not all the wine produced in and around these stone beehives stays in Sardinia. Vermentino may not have originated there, but it certainly has found a welcome home, especially in the northwest corner of the island in the Gallura DOCG. Tantalizingly aromatic, with a faintly oily texture, this assertive white wine effortlessly marries acidity to fruit, and often finishes with a subtle green almond note that pairs well with seafood and summer salads.

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Alcohol Content (%): 13