2020 Envol Vermentino

Fresh, Elegant French White

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  • 2020 Envol Vermentino
  • 2020 Envol Vermentino
    Winery Ethic Drinks
    Varietal Vermentino
    Year 2020
    Type Bottle
    ABV 13.5
    Country France
    Region Pays d'Oc
    Hailing from Southern France, 2020 Envól Vermentino by EthicDrinks is a dry, light-bodied white that fans of Sauvignon Blanc and Albariño will want to uncork. Produced by sustainable winemaking methods, this wine is as good in the glass as it is good for the Earth. With citrus notes and fresh acidity, Vermentino is a “zippy” varietal. Pale yellow with green tints, this wine first entices with aromas of lemon and pear. Floral nuances come in on the palate, which is elegant and balanced. The finish is thirst-quenching, punctuated with a touch of mildly bitter grapefruit. This Vermentino is presented by EthicDrinks, a Bordeaux-based company with a passion for protecting the planet and making the world of wine more environmentally friendly. EthicDrinks offers fresh, fruity wines from vine-growers that incorporate eco-conscious practices in winemaking, and the vineyard that crafted this wine was recognized with a sustainable agriculture certification (Haute Valeur Environnementale, or HVE) from the French Ministry of Agriculture. HVE is the program’s highest and most stringent certification label. Nurtured in an environment that promotes biodiversity, grapes were grown in limestone and clay soils in Pays d’Oc along the Mediterranean coast. This bottle is free of plastic, made from recycled or natural materials, and is 100% recyclable. As a certified B Corporation, EthicDrinks is committed to social and environmental responsibility and using business as a power for good. Beyond sharing quality wines, EthicDrinks partners with conservation-focused organizations like The World Wide Fund for Nature France (WWF France). Best served chilled, 2020 Envól Vermentino by EthicDrinks will complement light appetizers, seafood, mild cheeses, risotto, and Mediterranean-inspired dishes.
    Award Medal

    2021 Gold

    Critics Challenge International Wine Competition

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