• Badia di Morrona 2013 VinSanto

50% Trebbiano, 15% Malvasia Bianca, 15% Colombana. The nose of this dessert wine shows a light soft fig with a hit of orange peel and a candied pecan, or almost creme brulee. The palate is light and deft with rich nuttiness and a aged citrus and rich round creme bruleee. D&M Tasting Notes

Color: Golden yellow color with amber reflections

Bouquet: apricot and almond flavors 

Taste: dense, sweet with good persistence and a good harmony between 

sweetness and acidity.

The grapes hung to dry from the rafters of a well-ventilated loft until January. Once dried, the grapes are pressed and the juice left to ferment slowly in new oak barrels for aging.  Aging: three to five years in caratelli (Tuscan small 30 gallon oak barrels) 

 The Badia di Morrona lies halfway between Pisa and Volterra, in the heart of lands once walked by the Etruscans, and at a short distance from the village of Morrona . The countryside surrounding this ancient monastery is that of a picture postcard made up of wide valleys, rolling hills planted with the Company’s own vines, olive trees and dense woodland. Today, the Estate covers 500 hectares with 90 hectares of dedicated vineyards, 30 dedicated to olive groves and the remaining to crops.  Importer Notes

Badia di Morrona 2013 VinSanto

  • Brand: Badia di Morrona
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Quantity Available: 7
  • SKU #: 8211
  • $31.99

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