The origins of Vermentino are shrouded in mystery. According to one theory, it arrived from Spain and then spread along the Mediterranean coast until it reached Corsica and Sardinia. Others believe its country of origin is Italy. It flourishes in sunny climates and in poor soils. Vermentino’s name derives from the Latin word “verbena”, used by Dante in the Divine Comedy to refer to a fragile twig – a characteristic that is shared by the shoots of this grape variety.
Naturally cloudy, our Vermentino is straw-yellow in color with flashes of gold. It is floral on the nose with notes of Mediterranean scrub. The wine occasionally has a touch of fizz, and pairs well with bold foods such as omelets, pasta with fish or vegetable sauce, cheeses and any full-flavored dish based around fish.
No yeast or sulfites added, unfiltered, fermented by natural methods. All grapes are products of biodynamic farming, DEMETER certified.
Quantity: 75 cl