Wine Vigneto Due Santi, "Zonta" Cavallare, Breganze DOC, 2013
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Reviews of purchase Vigneto Due Santi, "Zonta" Cavallare, Breganze DOC, 2013
Wine clean straw color with golden reflections.
Taste wine juicy and fresh, slightly buttery, soft and expressive. Long aftertaste is shaded by pleasant bitterness.
Bouquet of the wine is fresh and harmonious, with delicate aromas of white flowers, honey and citrus shades, notes of freshly cut grass and vanilla nuances.
Wine is the perfect accompaniment to seafood dishes such as crayfish in spicy sauce, fish dishes, snacks, pasta, soups, perfect as an aperitif.
Crop for the production of wine "Bidibi" harvested in the vineyards located on the hills in the northern part of Vicenza, in the region Breganze. The soils here - volcanic origin with an admixture of gravel. After collecting berries undergo cold maceration for two days and soft pressing. Exposure is made in stainless steel containers for 4 months.
Maculan - famous family winery, located today under the control of Fausto Maculan. For three generations, the family grew Makulan gorgeous grapes and produces the best wines in Breganze - charming village at the foot of the Alps in the Veneto region. High plains of Asiago create a natural protection, so here is dominated by a very mild climate, perfectly suitable for growing grapes and olives. In the XVI century the Venetian nobles preferred to spend their summers here, relaxing on a luxury villa.
Agriculture Makulan owns 15 hectares of vineyards in the commune of Breganze, rents here 24 hectares of vineyards class DOC, as well as collaborating with the owners of vineyards class DOC, occupying 50 hectares.
Fausto Maculan - tireless winemaker at 62, he is full of enthusiasm, new ideas and completely devoted himself to his favorite occupation. With 13 years working during the summer holidays at the winery, he found his calling in life. At age 14, his father sent him to school in oenology Kornelyano, from which he graduated with honors in 1970. Since 1975, Fausto manages the family business, justifying its motto: "Small winery produces great wines." In the most difficult period for viticulture in this part of Italy, Fausto took a courageous decision - to improve the quality of wines, giving this case all the energy and time. He attended the best wineries of the world to adopt the experience and never ceased to experiment to get the desired result to him. Fausto efforts have helped improve the image of the winery and its wines brought to the highest level of quality. Today, Fausto can offer a fine selection of high-quality white, red and delicious dessert wines.
Since 1985, Fausto Maculan for several years served as director of the Association of Italian Sommeliers courses. Fausto - recognized gourmet and taster - was honored to be a judge at wine competitions of national and international level. Knowing his great taste and excellent skills speaker, Makulan often invited to speak at events dedicated to wine and food, throughout Italy and abroad. In 1998 he was elected president of the commission to promote wines from Veneto. To date, Angela Makulan daughter Fausto, helps in the economy - welcomes guests, planning events, is responsible for public relations and travels around the world, representing wineries Makulan products on the world market.
Fausto Makulanu manages to combine tradition and modern technology in production, and its excellent wines consistently receive high marks from critics and enjoyed success in the best restaurants in the world.
Vigneto Due Santi is a winery founded by the Dzont family in 1965. Four brothers and a sister acquired land on which they planted vines, and also built a winery dug in the side of a hill. The first bottle of wine from Vigneto Due Santi was released in 1969. Vineyards are located on a strip of hills with moraine limestone soil and volcanic subsoil.
Today, the total vineyard area is 22 hectares, they are surrounded by olive trees. Adriano and Stefano, representatives of the second generation of the Dzont family, adhere to traditional methods of winemaking, skillfully combining them with modern production technologies.