Bella Vino's 4-week wine packages utilizes lower brix concentrates to protect the delicate varietal characteristics of the raw materials and are diluted with the facility's purified water system. Bella Vino carries the Moments product from it's exclusive distributor, Advintage Distribution. Each batch provides 30 bottles (750 ml) and includes corks.
Australian Chardonnay This charming wine gives thanks to its dry and full mouth feel, illustrious colour, low acidity, delicate and exuberant aromas. Australian Chardonnay’s are well appreciated when young, but they are also age worthy wines (20 grams oak)
Chablis This is a very popular white wine style that is dry, light and has an austere mouth-feel. It is an excellent every day table wine that is best when served young.
Chardonnay This classic white grape varietal is also known as Pinot Chardonnay. It is a subtle and ample wine with recognizable hints of fruit and vanilla aromas. It has good suppleness and a great mouth-feel. Chardonnay is suitable for moderate ageing (20 grams oak)
Frascati Traditionally produced in the north of lake Albano, southeast of Rome, it is a golden white wine based on a blend of Trebbiano and Malvasia grapes. Growing in popularity, Frascati is a mellow wine, which is smooth in the mouth. This outstanding wine should be enjoyed young and is goes will with seafood and light cream sauces.
Gewurztraminer This is a variety with particularly intense aromas of the old seedling “Traminer”. Originating from the Pfalz region in Germany, this type of wine produces a strong and full-bodied wine that is mellow, spicy and highly aromatic. (Gewurz means spice in German).
Liebfraumilch Rhienhessen is the Liebfraumilch’s native soil. Delicate perfumes and pleasant body are the main characteristics of this fruity and mellow wine. This is an excellent wine to be served with seafood and it’s best to drink when young.
Peisporter Originating from the Moselle-Saare-Ruwer region, this wine is fruity and cleverly balanced with a bit of acidity that reminds us of citrus fruit aromas. Best served very cold.
Riesling This is the classic German grape varietal. This subtle, fruity and perfumed wine can stand up to any Chardonnay as one of the world’s best white wines. Slightly acidic, it’s best served young (20 grams oak)
Ruisseau Blanc This dry white wine is produced to bear a resemblance to the work famous Pouilly Fuisse. Produced with Chardonnay grapes, this wine has a perfume of tropical frits. Like most good white wines, it’s best served young with mild ageing. (20 grams oak)
Sauvignon Blanc This aromatic white grape variety is widely cultivated in France, Italy and California. This wine is fresh and rich in acidity; our suggestion is that it be consumed young. (20 grams oak)
Semillon/Chardonnay The blending of the Semillon and Chardonnay varietals is a most interesting skill. Thanks to the excellent marriage between these two grapes the outcome is smooth, herbaceous and shows slight acidity. When this harmonious blend is aged, the wine will grow to be rich with intense flavors. (20 grams oak)
Verdicchio The name is due to its greenish-yellow grape that is widely planted in the Macerata region of Italy. This crisp wine is pale, light-bodied and a bit acidic. This is also a great wine for producing sparkling “Champagne” style wines. (20 grams oak)
White Bordailles (Bordeaux) White Bordailles is produced to have similarities with Bordeaux type wines. This wine comes from a blending of several white varietals and it gives a fruity wine ready to be consumed young. (20 grams oak)
White Reserve This premium wine is a well-kept proprietary secret blend of different grape varietals. Our winemakers at Advintage stress how refreshing and pleasant this hidden treasure is. It’s a must try for the discerning white wine drinker. Best served chilled and slightly aged.Back to top