Walter Massa is mostly certainly a name synonymous with the grape Timorraso. In the 1980s he worked tirelessly to revive the grape from becoming extinct, and thank goodness he did. This Timorasso is from young vines, vinified in stainless steel, preserving its freshness and vibrancy. Notes of stone fruit and citrus following by a honeyed minerality. If Chenin Blanc and Riesling had a baby, this would be it!
Pairing: Spring risottos, roasted chicken
Soil: chalk with clay and marl
Farming practices: sustainable, no herbicides or pesticides
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