Typically ripens late, gaining a golden and amber color at the "very last moment." Verdesse typically rests with a small amount of sugar, and has a good deal of richness.  Luckily Verdesse has acid for days, so the effect is more of delicate richness and ripe stone fruit, and the sugar is barely perceptible. A fascinating white and a great opportunity to taste a truly obscure and rare variety.   -Eben Lillie

Domaine Finot Verdesse 375ml

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