• San Marzano Edda Bianco

San Marzano Edda Bianco

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A very distinctive wine with intriguing aromas of lime cordial against a botanical background of fresh herbs.

Puglia, the heel of the Italian boot is a long flat region with prolific production of wine and table grapes as well as olive oil and is an important agricultural region.

South of Brindisi lays the Salento peninsula that extends towards Albania and the Greek mainland and is Italy's easternmost point. The finest wines are produced in the Salento peninsula where the soil is rich brown on a calcareous base. Though the climate is hot it is not torrid, thanks to the cooling influence of breezes coming off the Adriatic and Ionian seas.

Cantine San Marzano was established in 1962 by a group of wine lovers whose ancestors had farmed the land for generations. They all knew the heritage and potential of this unique land and were able to capitalise on the best aspects of the terroir, climate and unfaltering human endeavour to produce wonderful wines.

Grapes:   80% Chardonnay, 15% Moscatello Selvatico and 5% Fiano

Region:   Italy / Puglia / Brindisi 

Maker:    Caterina Bellanova

Notes:    A distinctive blend with delicate aromas of sun-ripened peach and floral aromatics, which are interwoven with delightful hints of freshly squeezed lime, mint and herbal complexity. Beautifully balanced, the rounded palate is elegantly styled and has a touch of minerality on the finish.

Serve:     At 10-12c with first courses, rich fish and chicken dishes and is excellent with cheese.

ABV:       14%

Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

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