Masseria Cuturi - Segreto di Bianca 2020
Masseria Cuturi is a classic estate in Manduria, Puglia, a region that Pliny the Elder recognied as "the town full of vines" during Roman times. Purchased in 1881 by the Countess Sabini and acquired by the Rossi Chauvenet family in 2008, Cuturi includes 40 hectares of organic vineyards, 80 hectares of olives groves, and over 100 hectares of wild herbs. The Cuturi wines are born of an extraordinary soil, cretaceous limestone under layers of iron-rich quaternary deposits combined with the warmth of the Mediterranean sun.
Masseria Cuturi's Segreto di Bianca is made from 100% Fiano Minutolo grown in clay and sandy soils, fermented and aged in stainless steel vats. In the glass, the wine shows a bright straw color with aromas of wildflowers, citrus and sea spray. The palate is juicy and refreshing with a vibrant saline mineral note that permeates from its fruit focused attack to savory, rocky finish. Enjoy with sardine pasta.