Veneto and Southern Italy
This impeccable white comes from around the area of Soave, known for their beautiful castle. Not far from Verona, this area is home to an important white grape called Garganega. The Pesce wine, from this grape, is full of ripe stone fruits like peach and apricot followed by Meyer lemon. A round full texture offers up a refreshingly balanced finish that is easy and refreshing.
POINTS OF INTEREST
This area of northern Italy is about halfway between Milan and Venice and makes for a great stop to see the castle and to tour the nearby city of Verona (Romeo and Juliet). The local grape, Garganega, pronounce (gar- GAHN-neh-gah) is grown on volcanic soils mixed with clay. It is one of the most beloved and important white grapes in all of Italy. After one taste we think you will understand why we love it so much.