Bianchetto means baby bianco in Italian and for those familiar with this wines older sibling it is easy to see why. Local grapes Procanico, Moscato and Malvasia grown on the volcanic shores of Lake Bolsena spend a few days on skins, making for a cloudy, easygoing drink that refreshes with flavours of stone fruits, lemons and herbs. A magnum is the perfect size for this.

Country
Italy / Gradoli
Colour
White
Grape
Malvasia, Moscato, Procanico
Bottle Size
150cl
Year
2017

Le Coste

Clementine Bouveron and Gianmarco Antonuzzi met in France while working for the legendary Gerard Schueller in Alsace. After years working with some of France’s top producers, they decided to move back Gianmarco’s village of Gradoli on the shores of Lake Bolsena in Lazio’s north and apply what they had learnt to the local grapes that grow on the regions lively volcanic soils. These two are responsible for some of the most original and delicious wines we have tried.

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Bianchetto Magnum
Bianchetto Magnum

Bianchetto Magnum, 2017
Le Coste

£ 55.00
150cl
White

Bianchetto means baby bianco in Italian and for those familiar with this wines older sibling it is easy to see why. Local grapes Procanico, Moscato and Malvasia grown on the volcanic shores of Lake Bolsena spend a few days on skins, making for a cloudy, easygoing drink that refreshes with flavours of stone fruits, lemons and herbs. A magnum is the perfect size for this.

Country
Italy / Gradoli
Colour
White
Grape
Malvasia, Moscato, Procanico
Bottle Size
150cl
Year
2017

Le Coste

Clementine Bouveron and Gianmarco Antonuzzi met in France while working for the legendary Gerard Schueller in Alsace. After years working with some of France’s top producers, they decided to move back Gianmarco’s village of Gradoli on the shores of Lake Bolsena in Lazio’s north and apply what they had learnt to the local grapes that grow on the regions lively volcanic soils. These two are responsible for some of the most original and delicious wines we have tried.

More wines by Le Coste