Fattoria di Sammontana Primo Fuoco Bianco 2019 ($443.40 per case)
  • Orange Wine
  • Trebbiano
  • Biodynamic, Natural, Vegan-Friendly
  • Dry
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 13.5% alc./vol

Fattoria di Sammontana Primo Fuoco Bianco 2019 ($443.40 per case)

Tuscany, Italy
Regular price $36.95per bottle ($50.00per case)
12 bottles per case
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Only 13 items in stock!

Textured & Citrusy

This is a Winery-direct offer. Place your order before November 1st and receive your case of wine in 10 weeks. To reserve your case of wine you only need to pay a $50 deposit today, the balance will be invoiced on arrival.

The vineyards of Fattoria di Sammontana are located along the hills that border the Arno River, 20km to the south west of Florence. Today, the family - now in its fourth generation - runs the farm according to organic and biodynamic practices, with the intent to fully preserve and sustain the traditions and winemaking history of the land.

In the language of potters, “Primo Fuoco” is the initial clay firing that leads to the creation of terracotta. Using the best Trebbiano grapes, this wine is fermented naturally and matured in large terracotta amphora, hand-made from local red clay (“terra rossa”).

The grapes stay on the skins for about three months, after pressing the wine is placed back into the amphora for further ageing. The Primo Fuoco Bianco has complex and enticing aromas of orange peel, caramel and a hint of minerality. On the palate the wine is quite textured and rich with a beautifully balanced acidity.

Beautiful when paired with aperitivo and fish dishes, especially when spicy!

About the Winery

Fattoria di Sammontana

The vineyards of Fattoria di Sammontana are located along the hills that border the Arno River, 20km to the south west of Florence. Today, the family - now in its fourth generation - runs the farm according to organic and biodynamic practices, with the intent to fully preserve and sustain the traditions and winemaking history of the land. The property and its 12th century Romanesque church, were once the property of the Medici family.