Vineyard location: Soave Classico zone (hilly area to the east of Verona)
Soil: tuff, soil of volcanic origin
Vine yield per hectare: 80 ql./ha
Grape varieties: Garganega 95% – Trebbiano 5%
Grape harvest: hand selection of the best grape bunches coming from hilly vineyards
Vinification techniques: maceration on the skins, gentle pressing of the grapes and must fermentation at controlled temperature
Ageing: in 225 litre-barriques followed by a short stay in stainless steel vats
Wine analysis: Alcohol content 13.2% vol., Residual sugar 4 g/l, Dry extract 21 g/l, Total acidity 5.70 g/l, pH 3.40
soave marogne

Tasting Notes

Colour: straw yellow with a greenish tinge
Bouquet: pervasive, typical, with hints of almond and elder
Palate: velvety, well-balanced and lingering
Serving suggestions: wine to be best enjoyed within 3 years from bottling, served at a temperature of 12-14°C



2012 Verona Wine Top – Diploma di Merito 2010
2010 Verona Wine Top – Diploma di Merito 2008