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Ca'Marengo Pinot Grigio delle Venezie 2009

Ка Маренго Пино Гриджо 2009

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Producer:
Tenimenti Associati
Country:
Italy (Италия) 
Region:
Veneto
Vintage:
2009
Variety:
Pinot Grigio (Пино Гриджио)
€ 4.86  
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02 Jun 2011

Winemaker's notes:
The Ca'marengo wines are from the reliable Tenimenti stable and have the
benchmark quality that you would expect from this northern Italian wine
making powerhouse. With vineyards throughout Italy, their winemaking team
skillfully blends their desire for wines with a sense of place along with styles
that are both food friendly and can be drunk on their own and this Venetian
classic doesn\'t disappoint.
In the heart of the beautiful Soave region, Tenimenti has a brand new winery with stainless steel at every turn, state-of-the-art analysis labs and screwcap bottling lines - you name it, they've got it. Bibendum's own winemaker Belinda Kleinig works closely with chief winemaker Fabio Bigalin and his team to produce clean, modern - but typically Italian wines that are perfect for the UK market. Whilst the main base for the Tenimenti Associati is situated within the North of Italy, its state-of-the-art, modern winemaking facilities are situated around the country, including the island of Siciliy.

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How to drink it
Food: Antipasto, Chicken Salad, Crab, Lobster, Mussels, Oysters (Raw), Red Snapper, Salmon, Sashimi, Scallops, Shrimp, Sushi, Swordfish, Thai
Cheese: Asiago, Ricotta
Temperature: 12 °C
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1rms
02 Jun 2011