Region/Appellation: Valpolicella DOC, Veneto, Italy
Varietal/Blend: Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara
Tasting note: Bright, attractive and warm ruby-red colour. Ample and remarkably complex nose, with vinous tones and well-defined scents of bitter almonds against a tenous background of wild berries. Dry on the palate, with delicate veining, a fine and harmonious balance, great strength and sturdy body. The aftertaste is highly persistent and delectably clean.
Appellation: IGT delle Venezie
Blend: Pinot Grigio
Tasting note: Straw yellow in color, the wine offers fruity and delicate aromas of pineapple, green apples, and lemon peel. The flavors are balanced and are characterized by softness and ripeness.
Zone of Lugana, south of the Lake Garda.
Trebbiano di Lugana 100%
Short maceration (24 hours maximum), with grape skins in stainless steel tanks; 4 months maturation in stainless steel tanks, 7 days fermentation in stainless steel tanks; 4 months maturation in stainless steel tanks.
Moon yellow in color, with clean and spicy smell, highlighted by delicious hints of tropical fruit. The taste is medium-bodied with a clean, crisp finish.
Excellent with sea food and cold white meats, light appetizers, soups and fish.
Chardonnay is a varietal vine cultivated to the south of Lake Garda in the natural amphitheatre formed by glacial hills.
Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay
Geographical location and characteristics of the vineyard: to the south of Lake Garda in the municipality of Peschiera.
Average age of the vines: 30 years
Period of the harvest: first ten days of September
Vinification: fermentation for 15/20 days in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 16/18 degrees. Refinement for 4-5 months in stainless steel tanks followed by 2-3 months in bottles before sale.
Colour: straw yellow with greenish highlights.
Bouquet: intense with pleasing floral and fruity notes.
Taste: dry, fresh, well-structured body, balanced with remarkable softness.
Serving temperature: 9-10°C
The four different grape varieties mature at different times: Trebbianello in early September, Fernanda in mid-September and Trebbiano and Gargenega at the beginning of October; this means that we vinify each variety separately.
The manually harvested grapes are destemmed and pressed. Only Fernanda, with its semi aromatic qualities, is macerated for a few hours before pressing. Each must, after being clarified, is fermented for 10-15 days at 180C. There is no regular malolactic fermentation and the yeasts, which are regularly stirred, are not removed until January/February when the final cuvée takes shape.
A straw yellow shines through the glass with some green tones; slightly aromatic to the nose, it unfolds generously in the mouth with great balance and flavour. It is a versatile wine, perfect with aperitif, fish, white meats and, at the top, with the “Tortellino of Valeggio”.
40% Garganega, 30% Fernanda (clone di Custoza), 15% Trebbiano, 15% Trebbianello (clone di Tocai)
Il Vino dei Poeti Valdobbiadene Superiore is a Prosecco DOCG, obtained by the vinification in white of grapes grown on the hills near Treviso, between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco has been recognised as a DOCG wine in 2009 and embodies Prosecco quality excellence.
Color and Appearance
Brilliant, straw yellow. Fine and persistent perlage.
Typical and refined, with fruity (green apples, pear, citrus fruits) and floral (wisteria, acacia and lily of the valley) notes.
Harmonious, elegant and balanced; on the palate, it is made soft by sugar residues, while also being dry thanks to its lively acidity.
Excellent as an aperitif and in cocktails, it is also an ideal all-around wine. It goes particularly well with radicchio or asparagus dishes, with pasta, risotto, fish courses or white meat.
Il Vino dei Poeti Prosecco DOC is a Brut sparkling wine, obtained by Glera grapes grown according to classic, traditional techniques in the province of Treviso. Over the years, typicality and quality, the distinctive traits of these grapes, have remained unchanged, making Prosecco the most famous and best-selling Italian wine all over the world.
Color and Appearance
Straw yellow with gold reflexes, fine and persistent perlage.
Fruity (apple, white peach, citrus fruits) and delicate floral (acacia, wisteria) notes.
Fresh, delicate, balanced, with an harmonious blend of acidity and softness.
Excellent as an aperitif and in cocktails, it is also an ideal all-around wine. It goes particularly well with pasta, risotto, fish or meat courses and vegetables, as well as with pizza.
Grape varieties: 65% Corvina, 30% Rondinella, 5% Sangiovese
Vinification: Gentle crushing and destemming, and a brief period of maceration of the grapes prior to fermentation. This is followed by a long, delicate fermentation (with skin contact) in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks.
Organoleptic description: A dry red wine.
Colour: Bright ruby red.
Nose: Delicately fruity and fragrant with notes of cherries, strawberries, raspberries, and red currants as well as hints of spices on the nose (cinnamon, cloves, black pepper).
Flavour: Rounded and dry, with the same sensations of crunchy red fruits and berries perceptible on the nose. Lightly spicy with well-balanced, fresh, and easy-drinking style.
Serving temperature: 12-15 degrees Celsius
Created by Count Loredan as a “Venegazzù Superiore” in the “Riserva della Casa”, this wine was often used for special occasions in the city of Venice. Indeed, during the 1960s, this wine numbered many heads of state among its admirers – a fact which, of course, has led to the name it bears: ‘Head of State’. Our Capo di Stato starts life in a selection of grapes, in particular those from an old vineyard planted in 1946 and known fondly as “the 100 Plants”. This vineyard is located in Venegazzù (40km north of Venice in the province of Treviso), where the Montello terroir confers its truly unique character. The grape varieties are: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Malbec from old clones. The wine is always original, profound, with a warm colour, intense boquet and rich aromas of soft fruits and spices. Through its body and fabric and its sweet tannins, it persuades the palate of an infinite silkiness. This wine has, then, a strong personality: never flattened, never fitting into the humdrum variations of fruit combed with oak: it will always express itself with aromatic originality, bringing a fighting spirit to its tasting.
Full bodied, smooth and velvety, but approachable and versatile in its food pairings. Combines simplicity with style, strength and majesty. This is the original Supervenetian created by Masi in 1964 and internationally recognised as a wine of “stupendous body and complexity”, the prototype for a new category of wines from the Veneto inspired by the Amarone production method (Burton Anderson). Its own production method was
described by Hugh Johnson as “an ingenious technique”.
Serving temperature: 18° C
Alcoholic content: 13% vol.
Storage life: 15-20 years
Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara.
Masi’s expertise in grape drying technique.
Look: intense ruby red.
Nose: ripe cherries and sweet spices.
Palate: rich, intense cherries and berry fruit; good length and soft tannins.
Exceptionally versatile. Good with pasta dishes dressed with rich sauces
(meat or mushrooms); grilled or roast red meat, and game. Ideal with