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Manzoni Bianco, a lesser-known grape variety, emerges from the marriage of Riesling and Pinot Bianco. Its name honors its creator, Luigi Manzoni, a Professor at Italy's oldest school of Oenology. Delicate aromas of passion fruit, citrus, yellow apple, and white peach are complemented by hints of white flowers, mint, sage, and wet stones. The wine's freshness and vibrancy lead to a mineral-laden finish.
Founded by schoolfriends Franco Serafini and Antonello Vidotto in 1986, the Serafini and Vidotto winery in Veneto produce a combination of the native and indigenous wines and the powerful and seductive wines. The grounds of a 16th Century Abbey are where the vineyards of the winery are situated and it is this abbey that gives its name to Serafini & Vidotto’s most impressive wine, Il Rosso dell’Abazia (The Red from the Abbey).
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