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Elegant aromatic notes of white flowers and white fruits, with the slightly bitter aftertaste typical of the Vermentino di Gallura. A mineral, fresh, rich in natural acidity and salinity wine as a perfect combination with any aperitif, starter or an entire light lunch or dinner, where the flavours are delicate and balanced. (100% Vegan)
A Vermentino made in purity with a full taste and long persistence in the mouth and nose: the perfume of exotic fruits and flowers of the bushes. Fruity aroma in which cherry and mature oranges stand out, to end with the typical, slightly bitter of the Vermentino.
And it is the passion, together with the will to preserve and protect all the quality, the aromas and feelings of the Lupus in fabula, that led to the choice, very particular indeed, of the innovative closure system: glass. A system where the gesture of opening (without corkscrew) assumes a different rituality, new but already complex and fascinating. This particular also reflects the researched simplicity that can be found in every choice of the Tenute Olbios.
The quantity is, by choice, limited, so to preserve the best quality. And here are the particular characteristics of this Vermentino, treated like a precious perfume: the vineyard undergoes very little treatments; the grapes are pressed without previous rasping, the wine after a long fermentation at a controlled temperature and a clarification at cold undergoes only one filtration before the bottling that happens nine months after the harvesting and transformation of the grapes.
Vermentino 100%. (No animal products are used at any stage of the production and Tenute Olbios wines are 100% Vegan). Abv 14%.
This full bodied and structured white wine accompanies well elaborate meals and complex flavours. It matches perfectly with a cheese board, in particular mature and blue cheese, at the end of the meal. Best paired with oysters and raw seafood, pan brioche served with fresh crab meat and avocado cream, risotto at Lupus in Fabula and fish soup.