2019 Denavolo Dinavolino Vino Bianco


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The natural wines of La Stoppa are amongst the most sought after in Italy. Guided by the intelligent and passionate owner Elena Pantaleoni and Renaissance man, winemaker Guilio Armani. The estate is located in Travo, 11km south of La Stoppa and sits at elevation of 500 metres. The biodynamic vineyard is planted with Malvasia di Candia, Ortrugo, Marsanne and an old unidentified local variety. The wines are typically more savoury than La Stoppa, with more tannic bite but just as spellbinding and complex. The Wine -The Dinavolino is a blend of equal parts (25% of each) Malvasia di Candia, Ortrugo, Marsanne and an unidentified/unnamed local white varietal. Grapes are hand-picked relatively early to retain natural acidity which also means the wine has a relatively low abv. Fermented naturally and left on skins for approximately 120 days before further ageing on lees. No fining, no filtering and no added sulphur or any other additions.

Hyper aromatic with a lovely mix of dried apricot, dried herbs, light spice and orange blossom. Incredible driving acidity balanced by textural tannic grip, this wine is seriously well structured. Fruit, spice, herbs, acid, tannin, structure, minerality… this wine hits all the sweet spots on the nose and palate!