Umbria, Italy

Marchesi Antinori

Castello della Sala Muffato Sauvignon Blanc Blend 2015

Color : White
Wine estate : Antinori
Designation : Umbria
Name : Castello della Sala : Cervaro della Sala
Country : Italy
Vivino : 4.5/5
Note : Of very high quality, this wine is rich in flavor and discovery. A yellow robe with a nose full of aromas. The dry fruit, almond and spice notes are very good. In the mouth, a freshness and length. Delicious !
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De très haute qualité, ce vin est riche en saveur et en découverte. Une robe jaune avec un nez plein d’arômes. On sent très bien le fruit sec, l’amande et des notes d’épices. En bouche, une fraîcheur et longueur. Délicieux !
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— 9 days ago

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Ely Cohn

Ely Cohn

@Sharon B not dessert wine at all. Pretty bone dry.
Sharon B

Sharon B

@Ely Cohn i don’t think I’ve ever seen a wine that color then. Sounds good though!
Ely Cohn

Ely Cohn

@Sharon B Paolo bea is a legend. Worth every oenny

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