In a Nutshell
A fine and well-priced example of this undervalued Italian classic.
An excellent example of good quality Soave, fresh and lightly fruity with delicate floral aromas of honeysuckle, elderflower and a hint of spice. Crisp and refreshing on the palate with good depth of lemony fruit, a touch of peach, lively acidity and a zesty, lightly nutty finish.
The grapes are gently pressed in Bucher presses and fermentation in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of 16 degrees with a short maceration. Malolactic fermentation is actively prevented. The wine is matured in stainless steel vats for a few months, then fined with bentonite and given a light filtration before bottling.
The illustrious Montresor family moved from France to Italy at the start of the 19th Century, and settled in the Veneto region near Lake Garda. In 1892 Cantina Giacomo Montresor was established in Verona, and remains family-owned to this day.