These premium wines take their name from the 17th Century Estate formerly owned by Count Beretta and recently acquired by the Pasqua family. They have spent the last decade returning these vineyards to traditional varietals planted in a high-density grid. Traditional winemaking processes in a modern cellar environment have seen these wines gain accolades from around the world.
The prime objective of Cecilia Beretta estate is to recapture the force and personality of the traditional wines of the Valpolicella and Soave areas, which are the precious products of zones with distinctive - and indeed unique - histories and wine cultures. This Soave is obtained only from vineyards of Brognoligo at the heart of Soave Classica.
This wine pours straw yellow with a tinge of green. Aromas of chamomile, tropical fruits and hints of toasting. Balanced on the palate, with an almond aftertaste which is characteristic of the Garganega variety.