Palladiano “Durello”, NV
This wine is a crisp, zesty fizz from the local Durello grape grown in the foothills of Monte Lessini. The sparkling wine of choice in Verona's bars and restaurants.
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The Durello grape is local to the Veneto region – grown on the volcanic hillsides of Monti Lessini, between Verona and Vicenza. The name of the grape refers to the small, late-maturing berries (duro = hard). Durello's naturally high acidity and cool, hillside vineyards produce complex, long lived wines to rival Italy's finest sparklers. Production of Durello Spumante is mostly in the hands of a few small growers, traditionally producing bottle fermented wine with up to six years on lees. However, the variety is also well-suited to the production of fresh, zesty tank method wines such as this – aged for two to three months on lees.
Citrus and gentle floral aromas lead to a very fresh and zippy palate with crisp green apple and lightly honeyed characters. A refreshing and approachable style of fizz – yet with texture and depth underlying the bright fruit.
Serve with antipasti of cold meats and mature cheeses or Veneto-style risotto.
Contains sulfites and no other allergens
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12 x 750ml
55 cases per pallet / 5 layers