“This is a magnificent Vermentino. It leaps out of the glass, happy to realize its destiny. And it has an unusually suave, mellow texture. Think cashmere. Bizarre—there are a lot of stones in the vineyard, but in the wine they turn to cashmere.” – Kermit Lynch
Vermentino, often associated with Corsica or Sardinia in Italy, offers both light white and rosé styles of wine. What most people don’t know is it’s actually a secret ingredient in many Provence Rosé wines! Whether oaked or un-oaked, Vermentino wines tend to be big, herbal, and ripe-fruit flavored with genuine interest. Well-deserving of more attention, this varietal is producing table wines of real character.