The Sauvignon Blanc grape variety is cultivated in Valle di Cembra in specific micro-zones where the sharp fluctuations in temperature preserve and enhance the characteristically delicate aromas. Of a straw-yellow colour with green hues, this wine has a variegated aroma which blends spicy notes evoking nettle leaves, boxwood, gooseberry and grapefruit. On the palate it is fresh with a pleasurable sensation of sapidity and a long-lasting soft and velvety finish.
Valle di Cembra (TN)
Exposure and altitude
East, South, West; 300-600 m ASL
Loose, of porphyric origin, mainly originated from fluvioglacial deposits
Guyot; simple Trentino split pergola
Manual harvesting in late September; soft pressing in inert atmosphere; static decantation of the must; fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks; ageing on the lees for about 4/5 months before bottling.
Wine Spectator 2017 - 86 pts
James Suckling 2018 - 90 pts