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Wine Review: Centine Bianco

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BanfiCentineBiancoBanfi Centine Bianco 2008 Centine (pronounced chen-tin-ay) has long been Banfi's affordable red wine blend, a lively mix of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Now, a white version has appeared at a retail of about $13. Fact: This blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay has just the right blend of citrus with notes of apricot and herbs. It also has a clean, bright finish that will have you reaching for more. Feeling: The crispness of this wine makes it perfect pool juice -- bright and uncomplicated -- but it's also good accompaniment to roast chicken or main course salads, something we've been eating a lot in this perpetual heat. You may not be whisked off to a tropical isle, but you might just find yourself relaxing in your own home a little more. In a word, refreshing.
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