If Vernaccia de San Gimignano had a spirit animal, it should be Elisabetta Fagiuoli. She owns 24 hectares of land surrounded by 200 hectares of woodlands, tuck away in this medieval Tuscan town. This is not your Grandmothers Vernaccia, this wine is has incredible depth in flavor and aromatics. Fresh citrus and white flowers waft from the glass. This wine will make your Spaghetti alle Vongole go down easy, or vice versa.
Soil: Calcareous soils left by the Ligurian Sea
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