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VITESE CHARDONNAY

VITESE CHARDONNAY
VITESE CHARDONNAY

VITESE CHARDONNAY 2019


ORGANIC AND VEGAN WINES:

A HISTORICAL BRAND WORKING FOR THE FUTURE

 

Classification: Vitese Chardonnay

 

Region: Sicilia

 

Grape Varieties: Chardonnay 100%

  

Description: It is straw yellow with greenish reflections. Decisive scents of fresh fruit and floral notes are present on the nose. Harmonious and balanced, with pleasant viscosity that balances the delicate acidity.

Food recommendations:  Pairs well with raw fish starters and white meats.

 

Serving temperature: 8 - 10°C

 

AWARDS 2019: BERLINER WEIN TROPHY GOLD MEDAL Vitese Chardonnay 2018

Wine
Vintage 2019
Country Italy
Region Sicily
Protected geographical indication DOC
Color Straw yellow with greenish reflections.
Alcohol 13 %
Cork type Cork
Serving temperature 8-10°

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  • Weight: 1.30kg
16.90 лв.
Ex Tax: 16.90 лв.
6 or more 14.08 лв.

Winery


Our company understands the value of its territory and human relationships. Colomba Bianca narrates, through its wines, the story of the people who are part of it.

Leonardo Taschetta, Presidente


OUR HISTORY

The Colomba Bianca winery was founded in 1970. During the last 10 years, under the guidance of our Chairman Leonardo Taschetta, it has become one of the biggest wine growing co-operative in Sicily. The company today, can, in fact, count on circa 2480 partners and extends along 7500 hectares of vineyards between the provinces of Trapani, Palermo, Agrigento, Caltanissetta e Ragusa, with 5 wineries distributed in the whole territory. The vineyards can be found in areas which benefit of a vast pedoclimatic diversity, from the low coastal areas up to an altitude of 600 meters above sea level.


MISSION

We work with the aim that our farmers receive the right compensation for their work. This adds dignity to Sicilian agriculture and to the wines which express at best our territory. It is for this reason that each one of our wines is dedicated to our farmers.