CITRUS ZEST, HONEY, AND SPICE
FRESH GREEN APPLE AND LEMON CREAM
Non-certified organic vineyard practices.
Bottled after six months of cellaring, the wine was fermented and aged in 100% new French oak barrels (300L).
Whole cluster pressed to tank, settled overnight, and racked to barrel for fermentation. Contains sulfites.
100% New French Oak (Ermitage)
Italy, surrounded on three sides by the Mediterranean Sea, is a seafood symphony asking white wine to be the featured soloist. Any white wine will do but a rule of thumb is to try and find wines of contrasting texture and flavor, from sparkling to light, crisp, and mineral, to things richer and weightier. If you want to be authentically Italian, you can choose amongst wines like Greco, Fiano, Falanghina, Etna Bianco, Tocai Friulano, Pinot Grigio, and many more. But, since Massican is Italian American, aficionados of American wine can also have their day. Indeed, no meal (the lemon-stuffed branzino pictured above) more thoroughly calls for Massican’s quintessential wine style — as this dish is a natural outlet for Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and richer the blends like Annia and Gemina.