Soave

Soave

Soave sits on the edge of the pre-Alps and fertile plain of the Po basin, with those coming from the hillsides are the only ones that we would consider stocking at Noble Grape.  Here in the hills, there is a split between those on limestone formations and those on volcanic formations, but either way Soave is a thoroughly interesting wine for the adventurous wine drinker. Garganega is the main variety, but there can be small additions of other varieties such as Trebbiano di Soave (recently identified as being identical to Verdicchio), and the lesser Trebbiano Toscano.

The Soave consorzio has been very smart and forward thinking in identifying its subzones and encouraging producers to label their wines according to their specific origins. Testament to the potantial for quality that can be found here.

Richard Ballantyne MW

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  1. Valpantena Torre del Falasco 2019 GarganegaIn stock
    Garganega is the main grape of Soave. Here it is grown in vineyards of Valpantena in the surrounding areas of... Learn More
  2. Fattori 2019 Soave 'Gregoris'In stock
    Antonio Fattori is famed for his delicious & zesty Soaves from the volcanic hills to the east of  Verona.... Learn More
  3. Pieropan 2019 Soave ClassicoIn stock
    Soave is a candidate for Italy's greatest wine region, and Pieropan is its leading producer. Amazingly complex wines,... Learn More
  4. Fattori 2014 Lessini Durello Spumante Riserva 'Roncà Metodo Classico 36 Months'In stock
    Lessini Durello is often thought of being an alternative to Prosecco, but not this one. Antonio Fattori makes this with... Learn More
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