This is a richer and more textural white Italian varietal. Spiced baked apples, hints of mango, crisp, dry finish.
- VIC - King Valley
This release is a pretty wine with a good body of flavour. It shows honeycomb and stonefruit, citrus and chalk/brine. It feels punchy, in terms of flavour, but it’s not grippy or abbreviated; it flows. My recall on Pizzini Verduzzo isn’t great but I suspect that this is the best release I’ve yet seen. Rating 91 - Drink by 2017, Campbell Mattinson, winefront.com.au (FEB/2016).
Winery Tasting Notes
An enticing nose with gently spiced baked apples and peaches, hints of mango and fresh-baked apricot pie.
The palate texture is seductively smooth and even, showing luscious fleshy stone fruits and tropical nuances, it starts rich and then finishes lively and fresh.