Wine Ca'Rugate, Soave Classico "San Michele", 2010, 375 ml
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Reviews of purchase Ca'Rugate, Soave Classico "San Michele", 2010, 375 ml
Wine golden brown.
The taste of wine a nice, fresh, filled with lively acidity, hints of flowers, notes of apple pie and sweet pears.
The wine has a delicate floral fragrance with notes of meadow flowers, chamomile, elder flower and iris.
Perfect as an aperitif, goes well with white meat and fish dishes.
Garganega for monosortovogo wine Soave Classico "San Michele" is going to Monte Fiorentine vineyards in the region of Soave Classico. The vineyards are located on the volcanic slopes, soils composed of clay and basalt. Harvesting takes place in late September. Fermented wine barrels in stainless steel at 16-18 ° C for 8-12 days. The volume of wine production is around 200,000 bottles a year.
The company was founded Ca'Rugate Tessari family in 1986 and got its name from the volcanic hills where most of the vineyards were located economy. Vineyards Ca'Rugate grow by more than 40 hectares, 30 of which are located in the commune of Monteforte d'Alapone in the heart of Soave Classico, and 10 hectares - in the municipality of Montecchia di Crosara near Valpolicella. For several centuries, these gentle hills became the cradle of high quality wines thanks to the unique sunny microclimate and rich volcanic soil. For the production of wines Ca'Rugate used only local grape varieties such as Garganega, Trebbano di Soave for white wines, and Corwin, Rondinella and Korvinone for the Reds. When growing grapes used modern methods of pruning and late harvest grapes gives the wine a perfect flavor.
All terms and conditions of the natural potential of vineyards Ka'Rugate three generations of a family trying to uncover Tessar with respect to the soil and local traditions. They recognize that the quality of wine in the first place depends on the vineyards and then from the cellars, where the cycle of winemaking. The philosophy of winemaking Ca'Rugate expressed a desire to maximize their wines reflect varietal characteristics of the grapes. Modern technology, such as pneumatic pressing and easy temperature control of fermentation give an excellent opportunity for this.