Venissa

Veneto, Italy
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        Venissa
        Bianco, Venice – 2013

        Wine Enthusiast
        93 Points

        Complex and compelling, this deeply colored white boasts aromas of orange zest, eucalyptus honey, sea breeze and balsamic notes. Made with Dorona, a nearly extinct grape from Venice, the polished focused palate doles out mature yellow peach, maple syrup and almond accompanied by a savory mineral vein. Fresh acidity lifts the dry finish and bestows an age-worthy structure. Drink through 2023.

        Kerin O'Keefe, March 1, 2019
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        Venissa
        Bianco, Venice – 2012

        Tasting Notes

        The wine is golden in color and instantly spicy on the nose with salty notes and nuances of fleshy yellow fruit. On the palate it is well-structure, full and velvety with quince notes and traces of licorice and honey. The finish is dry, savory, fully and persistent. Venissa is a great collector’s white wine with a long life expectancy.

        September 8, 2017
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        Venissa
        Rosso, Venice – 2011

        Tasting Notes

        This wine stands out for its ruby red color with violet nuances. On the nose it offers notes of salt marsh flowers together with a fruity sensation that recalls dark woodland fruit such as blackberries and blueberries and more complex expressions like tobacco with briny notes. On the palate, a balsamic and salty perception, followed by a sensation of dark fruit, licorice and dark chocolate. The finish presents a wine that is mellow and creamy with long lasting persistence.

        September 8, 2017
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        Venissa
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        Vinepair Staff
        April 17, 2019
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        Venissa
        How a Tiny Italian Resort is Reviving Venetian Viticultere – Featuring Venissa
        Clay Dillow
        April 13, 2019
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