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Vernaccia's intricate history is rooted in San Gimignano, whose main village’s quaint restaurants and steep pedestrian-only cobblestone streets make it as romantic—if not more—as any other Tuscan village. The idyllic countryside upon which this vine grows was actually named Italy’s first DOC in 1966.

Tasting Notes for Vernaccia

Vernaccia is a dry, white wine. Sapid with a mineral persistence, Vernaccia also offers up generous amounts of white peach and melon. It has lovely floral qualities, plenty of verve on the palate and often a fresh note of green almond.

Perfect Food Pairing for Vernaccia

Vernaccia goes with so many dishes including cooked or raw fish, puff pastry appetizers and hard-to-pair vegetables like asparagus and artichoke.

Sommelier Secrtes for Vernaccia

The 13th century marks the first written record of Vernaccia; the grape was celebrated widely in literature, for example in poems by Dante and Franseco Redi.

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