MARCHESI de’ FRESCOBALDI CASTELLO di POMINO BENEFIZIO RISERVA 2015

  • Closure: Cork
  • Volume: 750ml
  • Alcohol: 13.5%
  • Grape: 100% Chardonnay

$82.99

Regions : Tuscany

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Winery notes (2015 Vintage)
"​Benefizio Riserva is the embodiment of the history of Chardonnay in Tuscany, since this grape was introduced on this Tenuta in 1855. In 1878, Pomino was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition for the high quality of its wines, in 1973, a vineyard at 700 metres’ elevation produced Benefizio, the first white wine in Italy be barrel-fermented, and in 2005 that wine became Benefizio Riserva.

Benefizio 2015 is a brilliant yellow wine with beautiful golden hues. The wine’s nose holds Chardonnay’s typical citrus aroma with prevalent pink grapefruit and lemon rind jam notes followed by fragrant vanilla and cinnamon. In the mouth, Benefizio presents a pleasant combination of white flowers and elegant toasted flavours that lead the way to a finish reminiscent of creamy mousse and white chocolate."

We provide a door to door delivery service nationwide. Delivery charges are calculated on a 12 bottle case or part there of.

Delivery charges are calculated during the checkout process. Please ensure you choose the correct delivery region. We will advise you if you have chosen the incorrect delivery region.

You may also choose to 'pick up' your order from our wine shop at 188 Durham Street South, Christchurch.

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Note, for orders of 1 - 3 bottles we may charge extra for packaging. To ensure the safety of the bottles we use specially designed posting boxes. You can find posting & gift options here.

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