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Lamoresca Bianco

Lamoresca Bianco

👉 Complex, Vibrant, Terroir-driven

Regular price HK$430.00
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🍷 : White

📍: Sicily, Italy

👃🏻: Subtle floral notes, citrus zest & white peach

👅 : Vibrant acidity, textured, complex

🍴: Grilled seafood, white meats, & fresh salads

Lamoresca Bianco is an exceptional white wine with impressive aging potential, maintaining a stylish poise. It's complex with vibrant acidity, texture, and hints of salinity that only improve over time. The Vermentino grapes add a pure and flavourful wine that gracefully evolves.

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Winemaker: Lamoresca

Region: Sicily, Italy

Grape: Vermentino

ABV: 13%

Volume: 750 ml

Tasting Note

Style: Fine & Balanced

Natural Scale: Classic

Body: Light

Acidity: Low

Tannin: Low

Shipping Fees & Time

Standard Shipping (SF Express):

  • HK$70 (Hong Kong)
  • HK$150 (Macau)
  • FREE shipping for orders of HK$1000 or more.
  • Shipping time: 1-2 business days (Hong Kong); 3-5 business days (Macau)

Express Delivery (Hong Kong only):

  • Same-day delivery if you place your order before 2pm.
  • Please contact us for the delivery fees.
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Lamoresca is a winery in San Michele in Ganzaria, founded by Belgian couple Filippo and Nancy in 2000. Situated at 430 meters above sea level, Lamoresca has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and not much rain. They produce 5 different wines using native grapes such as Frappato, Nero d'Avola, Vermentino and Moscato. Lamoresca practices sustainable farming by removing weeds with a hoe and using them to add nitrogen to the soil, as well as legumes. The wort ferments in open vats with no added sulfites dioxide or yeasts, and the maceration process is carefully carried out for both reds and whites to develop their particular flavours and scents.

New Arrivals


    All our growers use sustainable methods that are free from pesticides or any other harmful chemicals.


    Conventional wines can contain up to 350 parts per million sulfites, while the amount allowed in Natural wines hovers around 20 PPMS (parts-per millions).


    Commercial wineries can use up to 56 EU-approved additives (like toxic dimethyl dicarbonate) while our growers do not.

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