Garganega is grown mainly in Veneto north east Italy to produce Soave. In the Classico zone of Soave, where yields are most often kept in check, the grape can produce a delicate wine with lemon, almond and spicy notes.
Cantina di Negrar Garganega, Verona IGT, Italy, 2020
100% Garganega grapes, 20-30 year old vines from volcanic soil vineyards. Fermented in steel vats without skin contact. The same variety is used in the famous wines of nearby Soave...
Soave Classico Ca Visco 2018, Coffele, Veneto, Italy
Grape varieties, Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave
An intense and inviting white with aromas of apple, pear, citrus fruits, passion fruit and mint. The wine is dry, with an acidity...
Soave Classico Ca Visco, Coffele, Veneto, Italy, 2020
Grape varieties: 75% Garganega and 25% Trebbiano di Soave, hand-harvested, certified organic fruit from vineyards in the hills around Castelcerino.
An intense and inviting white with aromas of...
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