If you love fresh and crisp white wines, then you must hunt some out stat. Vermentino is an Italian white wine grape that is typically grown in Sardinia and Tuscany however you’ll also find it as the secret ingredient in many Provence Rosé (thanks for the insights Wine Folly)! Continue reading →
Vermentino is where it’s at peeps. If you’re a newbie to this grape variety then this Empirica by Castelli Estate Wines 2018 Vermentino is a great one to start with. But buy at least 2 bottles as 1 bottle is definitely not enough.
This awesome Sparkling Non-Vintage creation from Vigna Bottin Wines in SA’s McLaren Vale is a blend of Vermentino & Fiano made in the same way champagne is made (aka Methode Traditionnelle). Continue reading →
I just have to say, I’m loving your portfolio right now Vino Bambino! Mark and the team recently sent me a few samples over to try and each wine is really hitting the spot! Thanks guys!
This one here is a 2016 Vermentino from Vigna Bottin Wines in McLaren Vale, South Australia. I matched it up with a super easy and delicious homemade pesto pappardelle pasta from the Dish Magazine. The crispy prosciutto on top was my addition to the recipe. Continue reading →
This Stefano de Pieri Fleurieu 2018 Vermentino is made from select parcels or fruit from the Fleurieu Peninsula near Adelaide in South Australia. Chef & winemaker Stefano says it’s the perfect match for seafood.