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Casa di Baal Bianco di Baal

Casa di Baal Bianco di Baal 2017

Campania, ItalyThis skippy, fragrant little white is a blend of fiano, moscato, and falanghina from Campania's Salernitan Hills, farmed organically and biodynamically. Six months in stainless preserves the crispness, while contact with lees gives a slight cushion to the lighter palate. White peach, fragrant orange blossom is touched with wild sage and pine, and the slight palate is lined with floral sap, trailing off on the finish. The Baal family has been growing grapes for generations, but decided in 2005 to start producing their own wine. On their 30ha of land, 5 are dedicated to grapes, with the remainder filled with olive groves and fruit orchards. The property rests approximately 10km from the sea.Tasted: 30 September 2019Tasted by: Treve RingPrices: ON 31.95 consignment Producer: Casa di BaalDistributors: Le Sommelier Inc.
Blend: Fiano - Falanghina - Greco UPC: 8055510680008