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Cesari Lugana Trebbiano - 750ML

Cesari Lugana Trebbiano - 750ML

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Cesari Lugana Trebbiano - 750ML 

Introduction Welcome to our exclusive liquor bottle spotlight! Today, we’re featuring the Cesari Lugana Trebbiano, a premium white wine that embodies tradition, craftsmanship, and exceptional flavor. Whether you’re a seasoned connoisseur or a curious newcomer, this bottle is sure to intrigue and delight.

About Cesari Lugana Trebbiano

  • Name: Cesari Lugana Trebbiano
  • Type: White Wine
  • Origin: Lombardia, Northern Italy
  • Distillery: Gerardo Cesari SPA
  • Alcohol Content: 13% ABV

Flavor Profile Cesari Lugana Trebbiano offers a captivating flavor profile that tantalizes the senses:

  • Aroma: Fragrant and fruity notes of pear and grapefruit, joined by floral and slightly herbaceous notes
  • Taste: Frank acidity but quite mouth-filling, creating a cuvée that pleases at first sip
  • Finish: A clean and refreshing finish that complements its aromatic complexity

Key Features

  • Craftsmanship: Carefully crafted with hand harvesting and three months of stainless-steel aging in vats with skin contact
  • Packaging: The bottle design is typically elegant, reflecting the classic beauty of Italian wines.
  • Pairings: Perfect with Milanese risotto, pan-fried scallop bites, or a fresh Greek salad

Why Choose Cesari Lugana Trebbiano?

  • Rare Gem: A white wine from the prestigious Lugana region, known for its quality and distinctive character.
  • Award-Winning: This wine has received good scores from various critics, making it a notable choice among white wines
  • Affordable Luxury: With an average price of around $14 - $24 per 750ml, it offers great value for its quality

Where to Buy You can find Cesari Lugana Trebbiano at select liquor stores, online retailers like Vivino, or directly from the Gerardo Cesari winery. Don’t miss out on this exceptional Italian white wine

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