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Villa Lanata Langhe Chardonnay 2020

Villa Lanata Langhe Chardonnay

2020

Chardonnay, a noble French grape with which the great white wines of Burgundy are produced and which...

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/ 0.75 L btl

Wine Villa Lanata Langhe Chardonnay 2020

Spec sheet
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Grapes
Origin
TypeWhite
Alcohol content i13.0%
Bottle size and vintage0.75 L - 2020

Review

Chardonnay, a noble French grape with which the great white wines of Burgundy are produced and which contributes to the birth of the most prestigious Cuvée of famous Champagne, is also cultivated in Piedmont. The territorial proximity to the area of origin has meant that the Chardonnay grape arrived in Piedmont during the first half of the 19th century. The favorable climate, fresh and breezy, the beautiful hilly aspects and suitable soils have contributed to its success. It is a vine of great elegance, which offers white wines with fascinating aromas, with personality and character.

The Langhe Chardonnay of Villa Lanata has a bright straw yellow color; to the nose it expresses delicate and pleasant fruity and floral notes. The taste on the palate is intense and slightly full-bodied with a finish of tropical fruits and savory flavors. Perfect as an aperitif, it goes well with fish dishes, cold cuts, fresh cheeses, salads and summer menus.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC

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by: Oliver Neumann (5 Apr) - Vintage 2019

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Villa Lanata is located in Cossano Belbo, in the heart of the Langhe World Heritage vineyards, and was built around 1880 by Cardinal Giovanni Battista Lanata, an illustrious prelate from Genoa, who made it his summer residence. Today, Villa Lanata has returned to its former glory thanks to the passion and dedication of the Martini family, who took over the property in the 1970s and who constitute one of the most important groups in the Italian beverage...

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