2017 Vermentino

This 2017 Estate Vermentino quickly became a fan favorite for its balanced minerality and fruit components lending forth from the decomposed granite soils Temecula Valley is known for. Bring this wine to share with any wine enthusiast alike and it is sure to be a hit. 

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SKU: 2017 Vermentino
Wine Specs
Temecula Valley AVA
Ready to drink
Residual Sugar
Alcohol %
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Sea Salt, honeysuckle, jasmine, vanilla, orange blossom
Vineyard Notes
Block 44 Vermentino on the eastern edge of our property grows beautiful fruit. The berries of this varietal are particularly suited to the Temecula terroir.
Production Notes
These two and a half tons of grapes came to wine production late in August 2016. We fermented them in stainless steel and kept them on their lees for a little longer to give this wine some additional richness. Only 154 cases of this vintage were produced.
Winemaker Notes
The 2017 BOTTAIA Vermentino begins with orange blossom and jasmine aromas flowing from the glass. The wine opens right away in the mouth with a lush texture that is expansive and inviting. The generous texture blends synergistically with the gorgeous citrus and floral notes to give the impression of sweetness if only for a few moments. The following moments bring a refreshing counterpoint to the sweet middle of this dynamic wine as the wine is resolved by the bracing sensation of bergamot orange peel. With all its similarity to marmalade's bitter, sour, and sweet taste sensations, the perfect paring would have to be simply foie gras and toast points. This is such a complex white wine that I suspect we will continue to be surprised at how it becomes more sophisticated with time in the bottle. - Don Crank III, Winemaker
Food Pairing Notes
The citrus notes in the varietal pair well with lighter dishes such as ceviche and prosciutto.
We brought in this beautiful fruit at the end of August 2017 and fermented it slow and cold in stainless steel.
Other Notes
A late ripening white Vermentino is a grape widely grown in Sardinia Italy.