Elegantly fresh Garganega from Soave, ripened by a long and slow growing season.
Terroir, production method and ripening: The vines grow in a pergola Veronese form on limestone soil, which allows the grapes to ripen slowly and over a long period of time. The orchards were planted 35 years ago and the yield is about 8,000 kg/hectare. The grapes are picked by hand in small boxes and dried for about 15 days to concentrate the sugar and aroma content of the grapes. The wine is aged at 17°C in steel tanks and matures on the lees for 6 months. Malolactic fermentation is prevented. The wine is lightly clarified before bottling.
Use: Aromatic salads and various vegetable dishes, such as marinated and roasted eggplant.
Description: The semi-aromatic scent has gooseberry and pear. The dry taste is fruity. The oily mouthfeel makes the wine quite full, to which the fresh texture brings balance.