A still, dry white wine made by Inama in Italy’s Veneto.
Bottle size & Closure: 750ml, Cork
750ml bottle: £18.45
Try before you buy with a 250ml sample for £9.50
Case of 6: £100
Case of 12: £195
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£9.50 – £195.00
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On the eye: Lively yellow/green coloration.
On the nose: Wildflowers such as camomile, elderflower, iris.
On the palate: Mineral on the palate with a finish of almond, typical of Garganega.
Food pairing: Risotto, white fish, sushi, salads; in the local tradition: cuttlefish, fresh ricotta; seasonal vegetables: broccoli, white and green asparagus, peas.
Lively yellow/green coloration.
Wildflowers such as camomile, elderflower, iris.
Mineral on the palate with a finish of almond, typical of Garganega.
Grape Garganega (100%)
Vintage 2018 (an unusually warm vintage)
Vineyard location Monforte d’Alpone & Soave
Vineyard size 25 hectares
Subsoil Basaltic lava
Altitude 100-200m a.s.l.
Aspect South, South-West, South-East
Vine training system pergola (typical of Veneto)
Vine age greater than 30 years
Vine density 3,000 – 3,500 plants per hectare
Yield 70 hectolitres per hectare
Pre-fermentation Destalking & crushing.
Skin contact 4-12 hours
Cold settling 12-24 hours at 5℃
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks
Malolactic conversion? Yes
Maturation 8 months in stainless steel
Risotto, white fish, sushi, salads.
Cuttlefish, fresh ricotta.
Broccoli, white and green asparagus, peas.
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