From: Sardinia, Italy
Grape Varietal: Vermentino
Tasting Notes: Straw yellow color with greenish hints. Intense nose with sweet notes of exotic fruit; fresh notes of magnolia, sambuca, and almonds, saline sensations. Powerful, full, and intense in the mouth with enjoyable acidity and minerality; Persistent with an almond finish characteristic of this varietal.
Food Pairings: Lovely aperitif and an ideal fish pairing; an excellent complement to grilled shrimp or sea bass, fish soups, oven-baked grouper, and cheeses.
This 85-acre property is located in Sorso, Sardinia. Nuraghe Crabioni takes its name from a nuraghe on the estate, located in an area referred to as “Lu Crabioni”. A nuraghe is a conal tower that was widely constructed throughout ancient Sardinia and is considered a unique symbol of the island. Nuraghe Crabioni considers its nuraghe an inspirational landmark that goes hand-in-hand with the winery’s mission to produce high-quality wines that express their distinctly Sardinian character.
Founded in 2003, Nuraghe Crabioni seeks to take the extensive viticultural knowledge of Sardinia and combine it with the best of modern winemaking techniques in order to craft quality estate wines.
Score: 90 points -Wine Spectator
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