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Terre di Franciacorta white italian wine


Terre di Franciacorta wine

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Available labels for Terre di Franciacorta:
Label:

Terre di Franciacorta Bianco

Italian wines rate:DOC
Classification:White wineSparkling:No
Rated since:31/08/1995Official date:22/11/1995, n 273
Alcohol:11.0%
Color:straw yellow with greenish glint
Flavour:soft, distinctive
Taste:dry and supple, sapid and harmonic
Prod. zone:Lombardy: Brescia (more on Lombardy wines)
Grapes:
Pinot Bianco B.0.0% 100.0%
Pinot Nero B.0.0% 15.0%
Chardonnay B.0.0% 100.0%


Label:

Terre di Franciacorta Bianco Vigna

Italian wines rate:DOC
Classification:White wineSparkling:No
Rated since:31/08/1995Official date:22/11/1995, n 273
Alcohol:12.0%
Color:straw yellow with greenish glint
Flavour:soft, distinctive
Taste:dry, Intenso, characteristic, harmonic
Prod. zone:Lombardy: Brescia (more on Lombardy wines)
Grapes:
Pinot Bianco B.0.0% 100.0%
Pinot Nero B.0.0% 15.0%
Chardonnay B.0.0% 100.0%


Label:

Terre di Franciacorta Rosso

Italian wines rate:DOC
Classification:Red wineSparkling:No
Rated since:31/08/1995Official date:22/11/1995, n 273
Alcohol:11.0%
Color:red with violet glint if young
Flavour:fruity, Erbaceo, distinctive
Taste:well balanced, dry, winey harmonic
Prod. zone:Lombardy: Brescia (more on Lombardy wines)
Grapes:
Barbera N.10.0% 100.0%
Cabernet Franc N.25.0% 100.0%
Cabernet Franc N.25.0% 100.0%
Merlot N.10.0% 100.0%
Nebbiolo N.10.0% 100.0%


Label:

Terre di Franciacorta Rosso Vigna

Italian wines rate:DOC
Classification:Red wineSparkling:No
Rated since:31/08/1995Official date:22/11/1995, n 273
Alcohol:12.0%
Color:intense red with glint garnet
Flavour:ethereal, distinctive with Sfumature Erbacee
Taste:dry, bold, velvety, Complesso
Prod. zone:Lombardy: Brescia (more on Lombardy wines)
Grapes:
Barbera N.10.0% 100.0%
Cabernet Franc N.25.0% 100.0%
Cabernet Franc N.25.0% 100.0%
Merlot N.10.0% 100.0%
Nebbiolo N.10.0% 100.0%




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