Since creating the first Amarone in 1936, generations of grape growers have tended their vineyards and handed down the region’s history and culture on behalf of Cantina Valpolicella Negrar. They share in the pride and joy of belonging to a cooperative winery staffed by people who love their home and make wine by emulating the tradition and beauty of this generous region.
Garganega is the queen of white Veronese grape varieties, typical of Soave.
Located in the heart of the Soave area, on foothills 80 metres above sea level with soils of volcanic origin. Grassed vineyard. Training system: modified Veronese pergola. Age of producing vines: 20 to 30 years.
Straw-yellow with greenish reflections with fine delicate notes of white fruit, lightly floral. Harmonious, fresh, combining freshness with a final note of bitter almond, typical of the Garganega grape variety.
Good to go with mussels cooked in white wine, garlic and parsley, roast zucchini stuffed with goat cheese or a bowl of pesto pasta!