Vigneto Giardino displays its truest characteristics--crisp, fresh, and fruity--if consumed in the
year after vintage. However, in the following years, if cellared under proper conditions,
intensity of flavors and fruitiness will lessen somewhat, but the wine-lover may be
pleasantly surprised by a greater complexity on nose and palate.
"From prosecco vines grown in chalky clay soils, this displays a fine, elegant minerality from start to finish. That mineral character gently frames the apricot and peach flavors, giving the wine depth and focus. It lasts with a hint of cherry blossoms, the finish dry, brisk and perfectly refreshing. Remarkably complex and completely delicious, try this with a soup of English peas."
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