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Inama Chardonnay 2019

Inama Chardonnay

2019
Veneto (Italy)

Typical wine of the territory, fine and floral, ideal as an aperitif. Ideal as a wine by the glass, ...

£9.35

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Inama Chardonnay 2019

Type

Wine White

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

13.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

Review

Typical wine of the territory, fine and floral, ideal as an aperitif. Ideal as a wine by the glass, excellent quality / price ratio, a small daily luxury. It goes well with tuna and swordfish carpaccio, buffalo mozzarella and beef tartare. Also excellent with traditional dishes such as cappelunghe and canestrelli and with vegetables.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Szymanovski@gmail.com (17/04/2019) - Vintage 2017

Amazing wine !

For 10€ it is a bargain. Full body, complex, round and well balanced. Nose discovers pineapple, peach and citrus scents. Amazing Chardonnay!

Inama

Inama

Active from 1967, Stefano Inama's winery is enjoying great success and is currently among the most popular Soave wineries. It has a beautiful terrace vineyard on Monte Foscarino, one of the denomination's most significant crus. It also works well in the Berici Hills. The Soave vineyard, on basaltic soils of volcanic origin, is obviously dedicated to the Garganega and is grown using the traditional Veronese pergola. While on the Berici Hills, Stefano Inama gives vent to his re...