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Tenuta Dettori 'Renosu' Bianco NV

$43.20 in mix 6+ $48.00 per bottle
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The Wine

Notes: Natural

The local grapes are harvested by hand, de-stemmed but not crushed and fermented in big cement vats. They do not use barriques to mature their wines they rather rest in small cement tanks until bottling. They do not use any kind of chemicals, no filtration, no fining, no temperature control and almost no sulphites added. A tiny bit of sulphites are added to the Renosu line. The Renosu Bianco is a blend of Vermentino (95%), Moscato and Zirone. Dry but aromatic, a real explosion of ripe fruits: honeydew melon, pineapple, and apricots!

The Finer Details
Variety - Vermintino
Country -  Italy
Region - Sardinia
Sub Region
 - Romangia

Extra - Cork
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

Tenute Dettori is located in the northern Sardinian wine region Romangia, being a highly fertile area and rich historically, it is also called the golden place - Logudoro in Sardinian dialect. Not only the lucky vines thrive from the healthy soil but they also have the best dreamy view, overlooking the Gulf of Asinara. The vineyard has been naturally bio-dynamic basically since time unknown. Fig and olive trees, domestic and wild animals take care of a fertile soil. Even foxes and wild boars are regular visitors! They do not use any chemicals or additives apart from a small amount of sulphur in the Renosu line. There is no filtration or fining carried, either. “They are not wines that are slaves to business logic and marketing strategies.” It’s pure “squeezed fermented grape juice”. “The wines are what they have to be and not what you want them to be.” A strong belief that goes against industrial, conventional wine production. The same grape variety coming from different plots can be so different from one another and this is the reason why they decided to not be part of the DOC system. They opted more for the IGT classification which categorised high quality wines only based on location.