The nose is light and refreshing, very fresh. It has a mineral quality to it, along with floral notes and a bit of a green aspect to it – some green apple and pear in the background. It is dry with a medium body on the palate, backed by nice, crisp acidity. There is an herbaceous quality to the wine, which goes with the green apple and pear on the nose. There are some other fruit and floral notes as well. It is tart, and though crisp, is not so light as to be overlooked. It has some bitterness on the finish, rounding out with a nice bit of character, thought a bit less so than some of the most classic Vernaccia di San Gimignano’s. In many ways it reminds me of a more southern Italian white wine.