even if grown up in a different vintage, we consider these wines as our “children”, and , aware of the difficulties they have faced at the beginning of their life, we know that they need more love and care than their “siblings”.
Considering the premises, there is a lot of interest about this vintage.
I believe in 2014 wines, for many reasons.
Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon
Ready, wide, direct and typical.
The first one shows more structure, the second is more crispy and tasty.
Chardonnay and Fiore di Campo
They look like wines produced in regions set north of the Alps. Citrus notes for Chardonnay, spicy and herbaceous notes for Fiore di Campo.