Nosiola is the only indigenous white grapevine in Trentino and its best habitat is in Valle dei Laghi where excellent results are obtained thanks to the afternoon breeze from Lake Garda and the Mediterranean climate. Nosiola vines are still semi-wild (they trail in a bushy way) and therefore difficult to cultivate because they are delicate and susceptible to diseases.
Valpolicella Classico Superiore Acinatico Ripasso is a product deserving of particular attention, since it is obtained through a technique know as "ripasso": the grapes are re-strained on the marcs of Amarone, therefore acquiring its’ structure, bouquet and pleasantness.
The name of this unforgettable white wine connects in part to the name Stravino, one of the typical villages of our mountain valley; more importantly, however, is the word play involved – Stravino means that the wine is something so special that it is “beyond wine, [“-stra means “beyond” in Italian].
The Salvetta brothers were the first to recognize the particular organoleptic characteristics of this product, and decided in 1974 to bottle with a cork stopper.
Today the organically produced Nosiola wine is a particularly structured and full-bodied wine.
Furore Bianco Fiorduva is the magnificent result of the undoubted experience of Marisa Cuomo in the art of winemaking. Three grapes combine to create such a masterpiece, Fenile, Ginestra and Ripoli, hand-picked to preserve the precious organoleptic characteristics...