The name Lina Lool is derived from Linalool, a terpene synthesized in berries and stored in their skins. Linalool is found in the aromatic varieties Malvasia Istriana, Moscato Giallo and Riesling. It’s the maceration time on skins that releases the musky intensely floral aromatics.
The aroma is a subtle mixture of meadow flowers, honey, marzipan and a faint wisp of musk. It’s lush and cool to smell and to taste. Generously proportioned, spice notes, almost a nut texture to balance. The excellent acidity is refreshing and possible because of the cool maritime region and the selected varieties.