Vitiano Bianco was born from one of the many experimental vineyards through the University of Viterbo. The grapes Vermentino, Viognier, and Verdicchio all fair exceptionally well in the sediment and clay soils around the Marciliano estate. Harvested in late September, the grapes are crushed and vinified separately, then blended to make a balanced, full, fresh wine with interesting characteristics of fresh grass, lime and ripe pears.
"Loads of tropical fruit, good body, impressive purity (a hallmark of all the Cotarella wines), and impeccable balance as well as length. It provides a heck of a glass of dry white for the price!"