Vines start waking, still numb from winter but not sleeping anymore, they start drinking water from the soil: crying. They dont’ cry alone but together: they prefer to drink in unison, as if they learned from men who happily gather in front of a glass of wine.
Tiramisù with chestnuts is a dessert that matches very well with our Recioto di Soave. Following we publish the recipe. Ingredients: 2 sponge cake of 24 cm; 500 grams of chestnuts already boiled; 300 grams of mascarpone cheese; 160 grams of sugar; some coffee already sugared; 1 small glass of rum ; 15 marron glacè; 150 grams of dark chocolate; some cocoa.
Our harvest this year began towards the beginning of September, with an excellent weather, we started the harvest of grapes for sparkling wine base. The grapes for the production of Grisela were collected starting from 25th September. Around September 20th in Costalta area we selected the suitable grapes for the production of Soave Classico Bine
“And if the horizon could talk, it would say that it’s tired of those gazes incapable of reaching it.”
Made from Garganega grapes, re-fermented in the bottle ‘col fondo’, as our grand parents used to do, before modern sparkling techniques. A pleasant wine, easy to drink, produced from a blend of our Soave Classico with a slight addition of Recioto must. The wine is unfiltered and may show a slight deposit in the bottle, due
The shape of our gentle hills of Soave Classico, inspired us a name for our Garganega Brut, Arcerus, an ancient toponym bound to the tradition and the history of Brgnoligo. We dressed up the bottle changing the image but keeping the wine making and the product as we always did it: single-grape Garganega, sparkled with
Fresh, delicious and tasty, these uramaki with shrimp and avocado are a sushi recipe that can be easy to prepare at home and serve for an aperitif with fish or alternatively as a main dish.To be matched with a glass of Garganega Brut. Ingredients • 300 g of cooked rice ready for sushi • 1 sheet of
In this simple and intuitive article Wine Folly explains the methods to produce a sparkling wine. 6 methods exists but the main ones are 2: Metodo Classico o Champegnoise Metodo Martinotti o Charmat Sparkling wines have different pressure levels which affect our perception of their taste. The higher the pressure, the more fine the bubbles.
The information below isn’t really about social-cultural etiquette as much as it’s about how a wine glass controls the tasting experience and ultimate makes any wine taste better. And, if having the right glass is an important aspect of drinking better wine, then it’s well worth knowing! A study came out in February of 2015