'Massifitti' Trebbiano di Soave Veronese IgtSuavia
Trebbiano di Soave is another name for Verdicchio; genetic studies have shown that they are identical. It is among the most important native grape varieties in Italy and is used for the production of all types of wine, the dry ones probably being the best, with excellent longevity. Verdicchio owes its name to the green color of the berries; it grows mainly in the Veneto and Marche regions, transported here in the 19th century by Venetian merchants. It is a popular grape variety among growers because of its ability to adapt to different soils and climates.
Intense straw yellow. Flowers, peach, tropical fruits, spices. Delicate, savory, fresh, mineral, almondy.
Volcanic, composed of compact basaltic rocks
60 years old
Spontaneous fermentation in steel at a controlled temperature of 15-16*C. Maturation in steel on fine lees for 15 months. Only membrane filtration and further bottle aging for 12 months.