Vineyard location: Soave Classico zone (hilly area to the east of Verona) Soil: soil of volcanic origin Vine yield per hectare: 120 ql./ha Grape varieties: Garganega 90% – Trebbiano 10% Grape harvest: hand picking in one harvesting session Vinification techniques: gentle pressing of the grapes followed by temperature-controlled fermentation of the first-pressing must Ageing: in stainless steel vats Wine analysis: Alcohol content 12.2% vol., Residual sugar 4 g/l , Dry extract 19 g/l, Total acidity 5.70 g/l, pH 3.30
Tasting Notes Colour: straw yellow with a greenish tinge Bouquet: typical, fine, with hints of white flowers Palate: fresh, dry, medium-bodied Serving suggestions: a young-drinking wine, to be served at a temperature of 10-12°C to best enjoy its typical fragrance
Vineyard location: Soave Classico zone (hilly area to the east of Verona) Soil: tuff, soil of volcanic origin Vine yield per hectare: 110 ql./ha Grape varieties: Garganega 85% – Trebbiano 5% – Chardonnay 10% Grape harvest: hand selection of the grape bunches that have reached optimum ripeness Vinification techniques: maceration on the skins, gentle pressing of the grapes and must fermentation at controlled temperature Ageing: in stainless steel vats Wine analysis: Alcohol content 12.3% vol., Residual sugar 4 g/l, Dry extract 20 g/l, Total acidity 5.60 g/l, pH 3.40
Tasting Notes Colour: straw yellow with a greenish tinge Bouquet: intense, delicate, with hints of elder and vine flower Palate: elegant, lingering, with a slightly bitter finish Serving suggestions: a young-drinking wine, to be served at a temperature of 10-12°C to best enjoy its typical fragrance
Vineyard location: The province of Verona Soil: hilly soil of morainic and volcanic origin Grape varieties: Corvina 100% Vinification techniques: traditional skin fermentation followed by 2-3 weeks maceration in October Ageing: in stainless steel vats for 10 months Wine analysis: Alcohol content 13% vol
Tasting Notes Colour: bright ruby red Bouquet: fruity hints and spicy notes Palate: intense and persistent Serving suggestions: wine to be best enjoyed within 2 years from bottling
Love and passion for the vineyards: the agronomist The respect of traditions, the love and regard for our land and the consistent will to extract the best of it has brought our family to overlook all single steps in the procedure of wine making personally from the very beginning. Thats why Fausto Zeni is covering the indispensable role of agronomist in person, aiming for the highest quality of grapes and guaranteeing a highest possible degree of reduction of intervention in nature in the vineyards. As agronomist he knows the potential and specific characteristics of the single soils, respects the equilibrium and times they need and helps with a finely tuned cultivation of the vineyards to allow for the grapes to tap their full potential.