This is her entry level white wine, one that always impressed me when tasting it, but I didn’t want to create competition with her entry level Vernaccia. It is roughly a blend of 2/3 Trebbiano Gentile, and 1/3 Malvasia bianca. In straightforward crisp floral refreshment reminiscent of Chablis, a gloo gloo no brainer.
In her words: “The free run must from the Trebbiano and Malvasia grapes in the Chianti vineyards. It’s the white wine traditionally drunk by the farmers of San Gimignano. It ferments in steel and ages on the lees to acquire body and softness.”
For pairings: ” Perfect with Tuscan dishes and vegetarian foods, softens the spice of Indian foods and the fire of Mexican, works well with saffron, and with Thai flavors.”