90 Points - James Suckling
The name Manero is inspired by the story of a well-known clown, Manero, who relentlessly played practical jokes on the local vintner. One day, he decided to challenge the Vintner by promising to create a wine far superior to his. Not long after when a crowd gathered to taste the clown’s wine, the Vintner, astonished, could not help but proclaim: "Anyone who can create a blend this fine has my deepest respects, Manero!" And so the wine MANERO was born.
Pale yellow in color with light green glints, Fattoria del Cerro Manero Bianco is a blend of 80% Trebbiano and 20% Chardonnay, offering delicate fruity aroma with notes of golden apple, white plum, and green banana. The full-bodied palate is aligned with the nose with a pleasant, medium concentration. Well-balanced with crisp acidity, this refreshing white will pair well with Fish appetizers, first courses of shellfish, steamed or grilled white fish.
"A rich and ripe white with sliced lemon and apple character. Lime undertones. Full-bodied, fruity and bright. Drink now." -James Suckling
Product of Italy
Alcohol by Volume: 12%