Stellina di Notte
Stellina di Notte means
"little night star". The three areas of the Venezie, where grapes for Stellina are sourced,
are known for their high altitude, cool summers and warm currants from the
Adriatic Sea. The soils of the regions are calcareous and marly. Wine has been a part of the Tuscan civilization for 3,000 years dating back to the Etruscans and wine production an integral part of daily life ever since. Tuscan vineyards are ideal for growing grapes, with hilly soil and ideal weather conditions.
Stellina di Notte Pinot Grigio
Stellina di Notte Pinot Grigio is crafted by Italian winemaker Stefano
Pesci. As its celestial name suggests, Stellina di Notte's Pinot Grigio has lofty, effusive aromas and a suggestive luminous quality. Citrus blossom and fresh rain emanate from the glass, followed by honeydew, golden apple and a bite of kiwi. These delicate yet bracing flavors are well balanced with a nice weight of tropical fruit across the palate. The wine has the quality of being both refreshing and clean while good depth of flavor making it an excellent match for summer picnics, light hors d’oeuvres and seafood.
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Stellina di Notte Chianti
Stellina di Notte's Chianti features intense aromas and flavors of dark red berries, cranberry and cassis spice, with hints of earthiness typical of the Sangiovese grape. Full bodies yet elegant and supple, this wine showcases layers of rich fruit, balanced with silky tannins and a long, minerally finish. Sangiovese is often combined with small amounts of locally grown Canaiolo to produce the signature Tuscan wine, Chianti – the best known Italian wine in the world. This food friendly wine is a perfect accompaniment to tomato-based dishes, from classic spaghetti and meatballs to chicken cacciatore and osso bucco.
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