Quintarelli keeps the Veneto tradition of white passito wines alive with his Amabile del Cerè Bandito. Originally made as an accident, the sweet white wine made from botrytis-affected grapes (Garganega, Trebbiano, Saorin) has only been released a few times during the quintessential traditionalist’s lifetime. The gem is only created in great vintages and is then "banished" (as the name Bandito suggests) for a decade or so before making an appearance again. A bright, golden amber. Aromas of candied fruit are greeted on the palate by boundless layers of tropical fruit. Exceptional, seamless balance of tannins, acidity, and sweetness. Expect a marathon finish.
||Garganega, Trebbiano Toscano, Sauvignon Bianco, Chardonnay Saorin