Soave

Soave

The Soave production zone is situated in the eastern part of the hills in the province of Verona (north of the Serenissima highway, between the 18th and 25th kilometres of the Verona-Venezia road). The zone includes part or all of the lands belonging to the municipalities of Soave, Monteforte d'Alpone, San Martino Buon Albergo, Lavagno, Mezzane, Caldiero, Colognola, Illasi, Cazzano, Roncà, Montecchia and San Giovanni Ilarione. When the DOC boundaries were expanding shortly after its creation, most of the new vineyards were planted away from the hilly classico zone and onto the flatter alluvial plains along the Adige river. During this time, the prolific Trebbiano Toscano was introduced to the region where it could produce sizable yields. Today there are over 4,000 hectares planted in these fertile plains which are producing the vast majority of bulk Soave that is seen on the market The climate of the Soave region is influenced by the mists that flow from the Po Valley in the autumn and can bring the viticultural hazards of mold and other grape diseases. The Garganega grape, that is the primary component of Soave, is a late-ripening variety with a thick skin that can withstand the mist better than some of the thinner skin varieties like Trebbiano Toscano.]

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  1. Soave DOC Classico , 2015,“Vigneti Monte Foscarino” Le Bine by Campagnola,

    Soave DOC Classico , 2015,“Vigneti Monte Foscarino” Le Bine by Campagnola,

    $14.00

    Soave is a Town just east of Verona. The wine is named after the area. This is a very good Soave, single vineyard, Vigneti Monte Foscarino. Tasting Notes. Dry white wine. Light straw colour with slight greenish reflections. Dry taste, delicate, intense bouquet. Harmonious Learn More

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