Tanti Petali bottle

Tanti Petali

Pinot Bianco, 2015

Think of Venice, and gondoliers navigating the ancient, narrow waterways come to mind. But you really should think of wine, as Pinot Bianco vineyards blanket the land surrounding Venice’s lagoon. Blue Apron worked with the Botter family, synonymous with Italian wine since 1928, to identify top-quality plots. The best grapes were sorted and selected right in the vineyards— which required extra time during harvest but ensured powerful oral aromas and flavors in the wine.

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Tanti Petali Pinot Bianco is full of intense oral and fruit aromas that complement any fresh-herb accents in your food. The wine’s zestiness primes your palate for each bite and sip.

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APPEARANCE
Pale yellow
APPEARANCE
Pale yellow
FLAVORS & AROMAS
White flowers
Green apple
Crushed stones
Asian pear

Pairing

Pinot Bianco’s light, refreshing flavors draw out the subtle flavors of vegetables without overpowering them. The wine also has the brightness to cut rich seafood dishes.

TASTING TIP

Pinot Bianco is an aromatic wine. As it warms to room temperature and its oral and fruity notes combine, the aromas develop in power and complexity.

Pour a light, fresh white to accentuate the dish's herbal notes, and also balance the toasty weight of the walnuts.

This fancy risotto is not your Italian grandma's—it's better. Serve a light white that'll make the orange-fennel flavors sing.

A light, bright white will cut the creaminess of the mayo, and help draw out the flavor of the shrimp. Like summer in winter.

Pour a light, bright white to cut the dish's creaminess and help accent the broccoli and tomato flavors.

A light, fresh white is perfect for counterbalancing the salty prosciutto and cheese, and refreshing your palate for each bite.

A light, bright white will draw out the flavors of the shrimp and tomatoes. A simple, delightful pairing.

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More About The Wine

Veneto, which encompasses Venice and stretches across the Alps to the Austrian border, produces more high-quality white wines than any other Italian region. The at areas closest to Venice are planted almost exclusively with Pinot Bianco, as the variety thrives in the gravelly soil; the mild climate enhances the grape’s signature aromas.

DID YOU KNOW?

Pinot Bianco is the Italian name for Pinot Blanc— it’s the same grape. The variety is a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir, with green grape skins instead of red.

  • VARIETY
    Pinot Bianco
  • VINTAGE
    2015
  • VINEYARD
    Various
  • APPELLATION REGION, STATE
    Veneto, Italy
  • OAK
    Stainless steel (no oak)
  • SOIL
    Various
  • ALCOHOL
    12.5%
  • FARMING
    Conventional

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