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San Felice Vermentino Toscana IGT 2021

A grape variety is traditional to the Maremma, Vermentino achieves ideal ripeness in these hills, thanks to the nearby Mediterranean, which tempers the hot weather, particularly in the Autumn.  Pale straw in colour. Scents...Read More
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Fresh Unoaked Whites

San Felice

San Felice Vermentino Toscana IGT 2021

Tasting Notes
  • Region Italy
  • Wine Style Fresh Unoaked Whites
  • Wine Type White
  • Grapes Vermentino
  • Sweet Dry
  • Closure Cork
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A grape variety is traditional to the Maremma, Vermentino achieves ideal ripeness in these hills, thanks to the nearby Mediterranean, which tempers the hot weather, particularly in the Autumn. 

Pale straw in colour. Scents of grapefruit, citrus, spring blossoms, and fresh lawns. Palate shows a refreshing crispiness, and subtle citrus in the background.

13% ABV. 

Cameron Douglas | 89 Points "A crisp, dry white wine with aromas and flavours of apple and citrus, there’s a lime-flower and blossom layer, a touch of cold stone mineral and balanced even finish. Acidity adds crispness, alcohol pulls the wine together in a harmonious flow. An aperitif style best enjoyed as such or with salads and seafood dishes. Best drinking from 2023 through 2026. 89 Points Recommended"

Tuscany sits in central Italy, including seven coastal islands, and is Italy's fifth-largest region. To the west is the Tyrrhenian Sea which gives the area a warm Mediterranean climate. Within Tuscany is some of the world's most notable wine subregions. Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano are primarily made with Sangiovese grape, of which there are several different clonal varieties. For Tuscan white wines, Trebbiano is the most widely planted variety, followed by Malvasia, Vermentino and Vernaccia. Tuscany has 41 Denominazioni di origine controllata (DOC) and 11 Denominazioni di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG). In the 1970s a new class of wines known as Super Tuscans emerged. These wines were made outside DOC/DOCG regulations but were considered of high quality and commanded high prices. Many of these wines became cult wines. In the reformation of the Italian classification system many of the original Super Tuscans now qualify as DOC or DOCG wines (such as the Bolgheri zone).

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Shipping

  • Pricing For 1-12 bottles, shipping is $6.99 for Auckland, $8.99 for the North Island and $11.99 for the South Island. For 13 or more bottles, shipping is $11.99 for Auckland, $14.99 for the North Island and $17.99 for the South Island.
  • Timing We estimate delivery to be up to 3-4 working days for urban NZ addresses, and up to 5 working days for rural delivery.
  • Click and collect is available from our Albany warehouse shop.
  • We do not ship outside of New Zealand.
  • We are unable to deliver to PO Boxes. Delivery is via NZ Couriers.

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