- Grape: Chardonnay
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Lamelle has a straw-yellow colour, with slight golden reflections, the bouquet is full of fresh, white pulp fruit and tropical fruit scents, in addition to a slightly-spicy vanilla note. The taste is delicate, pleasant and fresh, with a marked mineral note.
Fruity and delightful on the palette, Lamelle is our youngest child, unique and exuberant and the only white amongst our wines. The climate and terroir at Il Borro would normally make producing white wine a challenge, but we always try to exceed expectations. The “Lamelle” is made from hand-picked Chardonnay grapes. The vendage is followed by a soft and delicate pressing and separation of the skins and the must. Alcoholic fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature of 16°C, 50% in new French casks and the remaining 50% in stainless-steel vats, and lasts for 8-10 days. The wine is subsequently blended and left to mature for a further two months in barrels. At the end of this period, the “Lamelle” wine is filtered and left for another two months in the bottle before being sold.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Fresh, lively and smooth in the mouth with a fruity and flowery aroma. Well structured with a slightly bitter aftertaste.
White wine with a pale straw-yellow colour and greenish glints, the fragrance is typically floreal and fine while the palate is tasty, harmonious and persistent.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Fruity, with a pleasingly smooth and mineral structure.
The nose, after a brief oxygenation, reveals a rich and fruity bouquet, with a pleasingly smooth and mineral structure. Produced onlya short walk away from Lake Garda, this is a range of wines that aren\'t complicated yet still taste great.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A timeless classic. Elegant and golden with fruity aromas and a great minerality.
Starting with a selection of the most juicy grapes exposed to and matured by the sun which ferment very slowly, in natural conditions, until they\'re ready to be finished in french oak barrels for at least a year. Once bottled, it remains in the cellar for at least another year and only then - in its third year - is it introduced to the world of wine. A gold as gold colour, with an aroma of honey and ripe fruits, with hints of exotic fruits and fragrant magnolia. The taste is complex and full-bodied, with a chalk-like minerality and a fresh, rather than overpowering acidity. A timeless classic that is in no hurry to be drunk, but should be savoured and enjoyed in good company.