Our Centine takes its name from a 19th century farmhouse on the Castello Banfi vineyard estate. is rural Tuscan dwelling is noted for its many stone arches, called centine in Italian. Well balanced, Centine Bianco is notable for its rich aromatic expression and elegant structure.
After a very soft pressing, the fermentation takes place for approximately 16 days, partly in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, partly in French oak barriques, followed by 4 months of barrel aging.
Ideal with white meats, grilled poultry, and entrée salads.