Umani Ronchi 2003 Maximo Botrytis Cinerea Sauvignon Blanc (Marche)

There are only a few pockets of vineyard land in Italy with the correct levels of fog or moisture for noble rot (botrytis) and the Marche is one of them. But 2003 was a sweltering hot year and as a result this Sauvignon-based dessert wine lacks its characteristic intensity. You do get apricot, peach and honey over the wine's lean consistency and there's a slightly sour taste on the finish.

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  • Alcohol
    14.5%
  • Bottle Size
    375 ml
  • Category
    Dessert
  • Importer
    Bedford International
  • Date Published
    12/1/2007
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