"Il Baratto" Bianco, Mani di Luna
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"Il Baratto" Bianco, Mani di Luna - 2022

Item # 41525 750mL

Il Baratto is the name of an ancient vineyard that is high in elevation and on terraced slopes composed of sandstone. A blend of local grapes that were foot trodden and then fermented with ambient yeasts. The aging took white place in steel tanks over the lees for half a year before bottling. This is deliciously accessible and for those craving an Italian white with great character.

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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

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I LOVE Italian white wine!! This Trebbiano Toscana blend is what I would classify as a winter white. Very herbaceous on the palate, notes of fresh earth dusted thyme and the wood stocks of rosemary. Delicious white peach nectar that gleams as it runs down supple skin. Also I would go as far as soft bruised yellow plums, maybe even some raw almond notes to boot. The perfect wine to curl up with after a long chilly day. I mean you don't NEED to pair it with food but some antipasto will send the heart positively swooning. Creamy, runny goat cheese brie with Castelvetrano olives (the ones WITH the pits {really, is there any other kind}) and some thinly cur prosciutto, ugh, so delicious!

- HG



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