Avus Garganega Sur Lie

Today we are bottling Avus Garganega Sur Lie   We add a small part of Recioto to our Garganega wine base and we let it ferment in the bottle. #WithDots

Recioto di Soave Docg 2017

After 5 months the dried grapes are ready to be pressed and become Recioto di Soave 2017! https://www.facebook.com/tessariwinery/photos/pcb.920616368140571/920616218140586/?type=3&theater

Bine Longhe 2016

Busy morning: after a year in steal tank, we bottled Bine Longhe 2016, now we let it refine in our winery #cantinatessari

The Winery

“The starting point is always tradition that is then de-structured, rebuilt, updated.” Fernanda Gattinoni Located at the foot of the hills of Monteforte d’Alpone, the cellar of the Tessari family has been operating since 2007. The structure is an ideal blend between functionality and tradition. Spread over three floors, the cellar welcomes all the production 

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Tour & Tasting

A winery tour it’s a unique chance to discover the beauty of the land you are visiting. Soave Classico, placed between the beautiful cities of Verona and Vicenza, presents many cultural and culinary highlights. With the guided tour you could meet the Tessari winemakers family, see how we work, what we do, walk through our vines 

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Wine Tasting and Winery Tour

A winery tour it’s a unique chance to discover the beauty of the land you are visiting. Soave Classico presents many cultural and culinary highlights. With the guided tour we could know the Tessari’s family history, see how we work, what we do, walk through our vines and see how grapes are growing, visit all 

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How Sparkling Wine is Made

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. 

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Villa Brognoligo

Villa Brognoligo is near Costalunga’s square, southern of the main street of the village, now called via Lazzaretto. To the east is the road down to Alpone river, on which stands the sixteenth-century door, laying in the keystone of the family emblem with the initials FB (Francesco Brognoligo) and the year 1553, when the construction 

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