Soave can be considered the Italian white wine par excellence. It is not only for the Garganega and Trebbiano grapes with which it is produced, well-understood indigenous vines, but for its expressive profile that moves away from the international style of Chardonnay or Sauvignon. In fact, it presents itself with a different, more integral and complex richness.
The Soave production area has its epicenter at the eastern end of the Lessini Hills in the province of Verona.
The area includes the most common territories, including those of Soave and Monteforte d'Alpone. These are reserved for the use of the "Classico" specification in addition to the "Soave" designation in grape products because it is the oldest original area.
The testimonies of the cultivation of the vine in the Soave area are very ancient and the fame of this wine has been great since the most remote times of history. Probably following the example of the Etruscans, Veneti and Celti began the cultivation of the vine and the production of wine.
It is not an aromatic or distinctly acidic wine, however the sugar content when fully ripe is excellent and its aromas of white flowers, peach and almond are immediately recognizable. The color is golden, intense straw yellow.
Choose tasty dishes, fresh cheeses, pasta with pesto, fish, shellfish and octopus, Chinese and Indian spicy fish and vegetable dishes.