Anselmi 2001 "San Vicenzo" Veneto Bianco ($11.49)
Anselmi has dropped the Soave designation for this wine, which is made predominantly from the regional Garganega grape with less Trebbiano than Italian wine law requires for Soave; the wine maker feels it's better this way. Clear straw color, with gentle white fruit aromas and a crisp, citric flavor that comes across as slightly sweet, with light acidity to balance and hints of minerality and pleasant peach-pit bitterness in the finish. US Importer: Winebow Inc., NYC; Leonardo Locascio Selections. (Apr 20, 2003)

FOOD MATCH: Made a particularly good match with ham on an Easter buffet.



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