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Teruzzi Terre di Tufi Toscana Bianco 2018

Terre di Tufi Toscana Bianco is an elegant and fascinating white wine that reflects Teruzzi’s dedication to viticulture and its winemaking. Considered a white "Super Tuscan" for its unique qualities, this is a blend of the local Vernaccia di San Gimignano grape alongside Trebbiano Toscano and international grape varieties Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. After harvest and fermentation the wine rests for up to 9 months, partly in stainless steel and partly in 5 hl tonneau and second-third use barriques of 2.25hl. After this period of ageing, the blend is created and the wine ages in stainless steel vats at controlled temperature for at least a further 6 months. This wine presents an intense and persistent fragrance. Complex fruity notes harmoniously blend with lightly toasted notes over a supple, full-bodied palate. The result is a remarkable wine with high acidity and a great flavour. A hint of almonds provide the characteristic finish.

Wine File
Sub Region:
IGT Toscana
White Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Trebbiano , Other Varieties
Bottle Size:
Natural Cork
Contains Sulphites:
Units Per Bottle:

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