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Sauvignon Quarz by Cantine Terlano (Italian White Wine)

Sauvignon Quarz
by Cantine Terlano
(Italian White Wine)

  • £ 52.73


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Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc 100%
Alcohol Content: 14%
Unit Quantity: 750 ml
Sauvignon 'Quarz' is an intense white wine from Trentino Alto-Adige, a region in northern Italy. Manual harvest and selection of the grapes; gentle whole cluster pressing and clarification of the must by natural sedimentation; slow fermentation at a controlled temperature and aging on the lees for nine months partly in big wooden barrels (50%) and partly in stainless steel tanks (50%); blending three months before bottling.

Tasting notes
Sauvignon 'Quarz' by Cantina Terlano has a brilliant straw yellow colour. This Sauvignon is enticingly exotic in the glass, with multilayered fruit of mango, papaya, lime and red grapefruit, and herbal aromas reminiscent of lemon grass, lemon balm, mint and green tea. It also reveals mineral notes of flint combined with a hint of elderberry syrup. On the palate, the wine offers a fascinating interplay of juicy fruit aromas and delicate minerality creating a harmonious opulence with a long and impressive finish.

Best to be enjoyed with
The best way to pair Sauvignon 'Quarz' by Cantina Terlano is with oysters, salmon tartare and crudités of shellfish, as well as green apple risotto with crispy fried char fillets, poached lobster or roast lamb in a herb crust with poached asparagus; mature goat’s cheese.

The Winery: Cantina Terlano
Cantina Terlano is well known in Italian wine drinking circles for producing Italy’s longest lived white wines. Located in the heart of the Terlan wine-growing region and founded in 1893, it is one of the oldest Alto Adige coops. Furthermore, special older vintages have been stored in the valuable 'vinotheque'. This wine collection proves that Terlano’s wines are able to age harmoniously for decades. 

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