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Ca' del Bosco Chardonnay 2014

Since its inaugural vintage the Ca' del Bosco Chardonnay has received critical acclaim from renowned international critics who continue to consider this as a reference point as the finest Italian example. Brightly hued, intensely scented, underscored with a hint of vanilla and a characteristic note of hazelnut. Its taste is full and rotund and its organoleptic structure is so intense as to be comparable to a red, yet it lingers in your senses for its extraordinary finesse.

 

Wine File
Producer:
Ca' del Bosco
Country:
Italy
Region:
Lombardia
Sub Region:
Curtefranca
Style:
White Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Chardonnay
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
13.0%
Closure:
Natural Cork
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
9.75
£69.95
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Gold Medal - Sommelier Wine Awards 2019

‘Youthful and charming,’ began Texture’s Alan Bednarski as judges declared this a Gold, going on to describe ‘fantastic crunchy peach with well-balanced, generous French oak, and complex brioche and melted butter balancing the fresh limestone minerality and beautiful floral finish’. For The Glasshouse’s Adam Michocki it was ‘complex, with a pronounced intensity’ with notes of ‘lemon, lime, yellow grapefruit, melon and pomelo, as well some white rose petals, and a touch oak to it, too’.