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The long history of the Montresor family boasts illustrious ancestors, like the Count Claude de Montresor, the prime counsellor of Duke D'Orleans in France in 1600 (his writings, "Memoirs", dating back to 1663, are considered of great interest). At the beginning of 19th century a branch of the family moved to Italy in the Veneto region near the lake of Garda, an area renowned for its morain soils: here they found the proper environment where to continue and improve one of the main activities of...
Clear pale yellow in colour, with greenish reflections. Fresh and slightly fruity bouquet with delicate aromas of acacia and elder blossoms. Dry, with an almond and honey aftertaste.
Soft pressing, fermenting at low temperature. The malolactic fermentation is prevented. Wine is refined in stainless steel tanks for a few months prior to bottling.
- 90 Points -
Glorious, mouth-filling, tangy.
Made from Garganega grapes grown in the Soave region of Veneto, in northern Italy this DOC white is perfect for antipasti, mild cheeses, seafood, pasta tossed in herbs and olive oil, and white meats.
It exhibits glorious restraint; mineral, lemon verbena, honey and stone fruits tossed with delicate spring blossoms. Oily texture, weighty and mouth-filling with excellent concentration and flavours of beeswax, golden fruits and lemon zest. The finish is delightfully tangy - great value.See detailed press review