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2010 Mattia Barzaghi Vernaccia di San Gimignano Zeta
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2010 Mattia Barzaghi Vernaccia di San Gimignano Zeta

Producer: Mattia Barzaghi
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: other white varietal
Origin: Italy
Region: Tuscany

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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November 2009

Pale straw-yellow.  Fascinating, inviting aromas and flavors of apple, pear and dusty herbs, complicated by a suggestion of redcurrant.  Suave on entry, then concentrated and broad in the middle, with atypical palate presence for vernaccia.  Round but quite dry, with an extra textural dimension that comes from stirring of the lees in large oak casks.  Finishes with excellent youthful grip and sneaky length.  This should be very flexible with fish dishes or white meats.  (ST)

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Super Tuscan?
by FrankJBN
Alright, not what is generally thought of as a "Super Tuscan", but this is a super Italian white, probably the best of that breed for me. A big "rich" wine that went very well with a menu of mostly fish dishes along with quail balsamico with mushrooms and parmesan polenta (it really shone with the quail dish). I think this wine could easily stand alone. A fine alternative to more common whites.
by Edwards13329067
THis wine was not one the Moore Brothers specials. I think it was sneaked into thier stores one night! This wine is a beautiful, well balance wine. I had it the other day with a cold seafood slad of Crab, scallops and lobster! I just wished I had two bottles!!!


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