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Sant'Andrea Terracina Secco Oppidum 2019

Sant'Andrea Terracina Secco Oppidum


Valuable award-winning entrèe wine, the company's symbol, with an excellent quality / price ratio. A...

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0.75 L - 2019


Valuable award-winning entrèe wine, the company's symbol, with an excellent quality / price ratio. An aperitif or a refined fish dish, needs to be accompanied by a wine capable of enhancing its flavors and leaving the palate a fruity but intense, fresh and soft but at the same time dry taste. With its 13 ° degrees this very slow fermentation Moscato preserves all the aroma of the grapes from which it comes from 100%, harvested manually, expression of a unique microclimate, pampered and favored by the sea breeze.

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by: Matti J (01/10/2019) - Vintage 2018

Facinating white wine

Clear golden hue. Nose full of florals, grapefruit, peach and apple. Very Muscat like. Palate is perfumed with juicy citrus and spice flavors. Dry despite of what nose and initial attack suggest

by: asntonio (22/07/2018) - Vintage 2017

Non male

Primo personale incontro con un Moscato di terracina. Bel giallo paglierino carico di buona consistenza ed intensità. Al naso molto espressivo, con note di frutta matura, tipico bouquet di un Moscato. In bocca sembra un altro vino. Bello deciso, morbido ma con una discreta vena acidula. Provato con ravioli al burro fuso. Non male

Cantina Sant'Andrea

Cantina Sant'Andrea

The Agro Pontinois the southernmost coastal area of Lazio. Facing Campania, and extending over the Tyrrhenian Sea to the south of Mount Circeo. Once marshy, the area was reclaimed in 1932. Today, a very precious winery, the Cantine Sant'Andrea, operates there. It is to the Pandolfo family, who cultivates these lands with absolute dedication, that we owe a part of the wine history of this area. Soils rich in humus, very fertile, on paper not that good for quality wine. And yet...