Gambero Rosso published the report for the first virtual masterclass organized for the American public earlier this year, in the month of July. Among the 27 invited wineries, Panizzi participated with Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2019:

“This wine, produced from one of the classic Italian grape varieties called Vernaccia, grows in the Italian hill town of San Gimignano in Tuscany. Flavorful with fresh acidity and aromas of almond flowers and acacia” (A Wine story)

“The 2019 Panizzi Vernaccia di San Gimignano is made mostly from Vernaccia grapes with a percentage of Manzoni and Trebbiano. It’s a very drinkable white with an affordable price point at $18. It had notes of white flowers, peach, apricot, citrus and a great minerality” (Dallas Wine Chick)

Panizzi Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2019 (…) This is their 30th vintage but back in the medieval times of the 12th century this wine was the most exported wine. The wines sees no time in oak, it’s all stainless steel. This vintage was described as “not very aromatic” though I found it quite lively with stone fruit and pineapple notes” (Eve’s Wine 101)

“The 2019 Panizzi Vernaccia di San Gimignano has all the special characteristics of Vernaccia. It is chalky with a nice intensity of white flowers, peaches and citrus fruits. It is an easy to drink wine yet complex. The wine is bright and lively. There is a rich mouthfeel that has a deliciously long finish” (Syrah Queen)