caldora trebbianoTrebbiano is one of the highest yield grape varieties you can get. So it’s always pretty cheap. Would it help if I called it Bombino Bianco? That sounds better than common cheap white, doesn’t it? And it should – this is a quite explosive little number. The equivalent in Italy of a cheap grassy Antipodaen Sauvignon Blanc, but better, more lemony, subtler, yet still aromatic. This particular one has about 15% Malvasia, which lends it a little strength and backbone. It’s citrussy, has some herby spicy notes – more thyme and straw than the grass you often find in Sauvignon. It has a ripe and pear like front palate, and considering its price, a very reasonable length. Great every-day drinking wine.Drink now
35AED + tax

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