Soave classico doc
Soave Classico DOC
Soave wine is named after the homonymous town founded by the Lombards, also known as Suaves. It is among the first Italian wines for which production area has been limited by a decree, in 1931, and is also the first DOC recognized in Veneto, when DOC “Soave Superiore” was acknowledged. The indication “Classico” is a privilege of Soave produced in the “classical”, original, most ancient area, i.e. the hills of Soave and Monteforte.
Sugar, g/l: 2-4
Total Acidity, g/l: 5.00-6,50
Color and Appearance
Brilliant straw yellow.
Delicate fruity notes, particularly apple and citrus fruits, with interesting hints of white flowers and sage.
Harmonic, sapid, mineral, very elegant and pleasant, it is characterized by acidity and by a note of almond which are typical of this vine.
Pleasant as an aperitif, it goes particularly well with starters (cured ham and melon), soups, vegetable-based first courses, risotto, eggs, lake or sea fish (oysters, sushi, sashimi), snail dishes and white meat with delicate sauces.