Anselmi 2013 San Vincenzo, $5.99-$10.99 (375ml), 87 points, began with a polished gold color.
Aromas of pear, peach, and a whiff of fresh-cut hay were good.
Slightly more than light-bodied with fair-plus acidity managed good, but now discouraged, flavors reflective of the aromas.
Finished okay on the trailing palate, well-balanced 12.5% alcohol, and a touch of wintergreen and crème brûlée.
Paired fine with my fried crab rangoon as an a appetizer.
Varietals were Garganega, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc.
I need/want to taste a current bottling, noting that the smaller the bottle the quicker the aging process, however the screw-cap should keep the wine fresh, light exposure, heat, and 'bottle-shock' excepted; maybe someone might like to comment on the subject.
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