Hillside vineyards located in the southern part of Tuscany. The soil is calcareous and well-drained.
After a very soft pressing, the fermentation takes place for approximately 16 days, partly in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, partly in French oak barriques, followed by 4 months of barrel aging.
Color: Brilliant yellow.
Bouquet: Fruit-forward with varietal notes of pear, apricot, lime, and herbs.
Taste: Dry and well balanced with crisp acidity and lush fruit flavors.
Perfect at anytime, Centine Bianco is ideal with everything from soups and salads to seafood, sandwiches and pasta, as well as grilled and roasted pork, veal and chicken.