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Coffele Ca Visco Soave Classico 2021

White Wine from Italy - NE Italy (Trentino, Veneto)
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A very classy expression of Soave with a rich array of peach and melon aromas that develop in the glass, and full, dry but rounded and mouthfilling flavour. Made from this Italian estate's best grapes, 75% garganega and 25% trebbiano di Soave.
Price: £13.95 Bottle
Original price: £83.50 Sale price: £72.00 Case of 6
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Code: IT34091

Wine characteristics

  • White Wine
  • 2 - Dry
  • Garganega
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2024
  • 13% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Cork, natural

Azienda Agricola Coffele Alberto

In 1971 Giovanna Visco and her husband Giuseppe decided to retire from teaching to breathe new life into Giovanna’s family’s estate: a property with cellars in the old walled village of Soave that had lain dormant for over 30 years.

Today their children, Alberto and Chiara, are in control of the day-to-day running and are the head and heart of the place. They are fully aware that the ingredients for a great wine come from the land itself. Around 30 hectares of immaculate vineyards are planted in the Soave Classico zone around Castelcerino (200-350m above sea level) on perfectly exposed hillsides.

The garganega grape variety from this location is prized for its ripeness and natural acidity when it ripens slowly, allowing for exceptional flavour development. Coffele’s wines often go a step beyond their peers, with the hard work and careful attention to detail that is given to the vineyards. The grapes are all hand-harvested using multiple passes through the vineyards to ensure picking at the perfect moment of ripeness.

This producer is doing a great job, maintaining standards of Soave that some of their neighbours in the area, with much larger resources, would be proud to achieve. The wines are typically high in finesse with delicate mineral notes.

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