Jermann Dreams 2021 750ml - Carlo Russo Wine & Spirit World
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Jermann Dreams 2021 750ml
SKU: 51769

Jermann Dreams 2021

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Category White Wine
Origin Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Brand Jermann
Alcohol/vol 13.5%

"…Dreams…" from Chardonnay grapes. It has a sparkling straw-yellow color. To the nose, this offers charm and complexity with elegant and refined aromas. Hints of exotic ripe fruit, melted butter, vanilla, and pastry prevail. In the mouth, it fulfills all the promises made by the nose and enhances them with subtle flavors and aromatic nuances that are both fresh and long-lasting. 97% Chardonnay, and 3%... who knows? The average age of vines is 24 years, grow in the famous Ponca soil, 90 meters above sea level. 

11 months in 300L French Oak (20% of which is new)

("Duemilavini" 2003 Guide, A.I.S., Dreams 2000)

Dedicated to U2's "The Joshua Tree" album (1987) and specifically to the song "Where the streets have no name", this wine was created with the 1987 harvest and over the years its name had some variations. For its first nine years it was called "Where the Dreams have no end..." and the color of the capsule changed every vintage, cycling through the seven colors of the iris (plus white and black) on the label, beginning with white and progressing anticlockwise; the four phases of the moon were also shown. In 1996 it became "Were Dreams, now it is just wine!" with a blue capsule bearing a stylized Comet Hale-Bopp. It continued in this livery for seven years, then in 2003, we returned somewhat to our roots with: "W…Dreams…" adding the year of harvest below and drawing Mars on the capsule. The dot-dot-dot in the name gave everyone room for a personal interpretation, our was "Where Dreams can happen". Finally, in 2015 we changed the label, going back to the first ‘edition’: "Where Dreams have no end…" Since the vintage 2011 (for the 25th anniversary of this wine) the whole production is with screw cap closure. This choice was obligatory: the screw cap is the guarantee, especially for important wines, to preserve the quality that we create day by day, first in the vineyard and then in the cellar. Interesting fact: The "Where the Dreams have no end..." label was used in the hit Disney film "The Parent Trap" (1998), directed by Nancy Meyers and starring Natasha Richardson, Dennis Quaid, and Lindsay Lohan (twice, playing twins).

James Suckling
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This is always a very complex and complete white with cooked apples, pears, light lemon curd, and vanilla. Hints of minerals. It’s full-bodied with a round, delicious palate. Beautiful, ripe fruit and length. Drinkable now, but better in 2022 and onwards.

Wine Spectator
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There's a rich, toasty edge to this vibrant, medium-bodied white, enmeshed with flavors of ripe Jonagold apple and melon fruit. There's a good drive, with a salty mineral undertow and accents of ground ginger, chopped hazelnut, and orchard blossom rippling on the finish. Drink now through 2028.

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