Our Chardonnay represents the expression of the territory.
It is the only wine that we produce with grapes coming from both volcanic soil and chalky soils.
Delicate and floral. Ideal as aperitif.
Soave Classico area: basaltic-volcanic soil from marine origin.
Ideal high-end wine by the glass: excellent quality/price ratio.
Another example of territory. It is the only wine that we produce with grapes coming from both volcanic soil and chalky soils.
Stainless steel vinification.
Tuna and swordfish carpaccio, mozzarella di bufala, beef tartare.
With local tradition dishes: cappelunghe and canestrelli.
With vegetables: cous cous with vegetables.
This wine has been embellished with a “concept” label that depicts an optical study taken from the Encyclopédie Diderot, a huge encyclopaedia published in the XVIII century, which represents an important achievement following a long period of compiling a universal compendium of knowledge. It is the first example of a widely popular and successful encyclopaedia.
Inspiration for this label came from the film “The Draughtsman’s Contract”, written and directed by the British film director, Peter Greenaway, which re-proposes, in a eighteenth century key, the theme of the relationship between reality, an ambiguous topic in itself, and his representation which, rather too long to be explained, makes reality even more complex and impenetrable.
92 pt. James Suckling,
91 pt. Luca Maroni
90 pt. James Suckling,
90 pt. James Suckling