Confondo Bianco Méthode Ancestrale, Buccia Nera
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Confondo Bianco Méthode Ancestrale, Buccia Nera - 2020

Item # 44119 750mL
$26.96/ Single Bottle
$161.76 $153.67/ Case of 6
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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.


Tasting Notes

Buccia Nera is a family-run farm located in Campriano. The Mancini family set down roots in Tuscany in 1926 and today, Sandro Mancini heads the farm which is adjacent to a forest. This is a Pét-Nat that resembles a hefeweizen beer in many ways: visually, texturally and aromatically. It's aromatic, sparkling and delicious.


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