Another great find in South Africa, made from the Portuguese grape Verdelho. According to the producer, when first generation Italian Sandro Arcangeli acquired the farm Feiteiras from its previous Portuguese owners, he renamed it Arcangeli. The Verdelho vineyard on the farm had gained such a loyal following that it made sense to name the wine from this Portuguese variety after Feiteiras.
Aromas composed of lemon, unripe peach and pear.
In my mouth tasted fresh, light, young, dry, jovial, very appetizing, it clings to the roof of my eating cavity like a wafer. It is like experiencing a carousel of multiple summer fruits one after the other.