Location, location, location!
Liguria, Italy is not only home to the famous seaside town of Cinque Terre, sea breezes, fresh fish and herbs, it is also home to the finest single vineyard Vermentino, Poggio dei Gorleri "Vigna Sori."
The impeccable fruit for this wine is grown on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. You cannot replicate these growing conditions or terroir.
With intense freshness, notes of citrus wedge and wild flowers support a prominent mineral core and hints of refreshing maritime salinity. An absolute delight, it is tangy and bright. It dances on the palate with its coastal influence and savory notes.
For outdoor dining, you are going to want a glass (or two) of this vibrant Vermentino from the northern coast of Italy. If you love seafood and coastal cuisine, this is a must have.
But, Liguria is not only home to seaside dining, it is also famous for their fresh herbs, focaccia bread and porcini mushrooms.
Fresh focaccia topped with sea salt? Yes!
Porcini risotto? Absolutely!
Your options are endless with this versatile, vivacious white that we cannot stop talking about.