"The strong symbol of this wine's label is the serpent, which is depicted with its three coils: the number three represents the Sardinian ancient divinity's sacred symbol and the vital force.
The chthonian animal alludes to the Sardinian name ""benas"", which means ""veins"", that is the mysterious underground springs from which the crystal water gushes out. Crystal and brilliant like the colour of this wine."
Additional tasting notes
Color : Bright yellow straw with green tints.
Nose : Citrus flavours and of white flowers.
Mouth : Dry, fruity, medium acidity and persistent.
Alcohol level : 13.0%
Winemaking : In stainless steel tanks
Food pairing : Aperitif, seafood, shellfish, fish
Aging potential : < 5 Years
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