CLASSIFICATION. Dry White Wine I.G.T..
GRAPES. 100% Garganega. The majority of the grapes come from the
northwest area of Verona. This is a crisp, fruity wine with a slight mineral finish.
PRODUCTION PROCESS. The grapes are pressed and left with the skins
to macerate for about 6 hours after which the skins are separated from the
juice and selected yeasts are added. Fermentation is carried-out in temperature
controlled stainless steel vats at around 14 to 18 °C. for a period of 10 to 12 days.
The wine is then stored a few months in stainless steel before being bottled.
TOTAL ALCOHOL CONTENT. 13%.
TOTAL ACIDITY, IN TARTARIC ACID. 5.8 grams per liter.
SHELF LIFE. A wine preferably to be drunk very young and within the 3 years.
COLOR. Pale straw yellow.
NOSE. Fruity, with apple and pear hints.
TASTE. Soft and round in the mouth with a slight mineral lingering aftertaste.
SERVE. To be served preferably at 10 to 12 °C.
FOOD MATCHING. Fish, white meat, egg, or pastas with cheese or