Wine Maker Notes
According to legend, a clergyman instructed his steward to use the word “est” — meaning “it is” in Latin — to describe an area producing high-quality wines. In Montefiascone, where this wine is produced, the steward found a wine that was so outstanding, he proclaimed “Est! Est!! Est!!!” Aged and fermented in stainless steel, this wine offers fresh aromas of musk and hawthorn blossom, interlaced with hints of ripe apples. This dry white offers a soft, balanced flavor with an elegant aftertaste of plums and bitter almonds. Enjoy with hors d’oeuvres, fish, and egg-based dishes.