A tribute to the nuns, who used to live in the convent, now turned into a residence.It is made with riper grapes of Garganega. Appealing with it’s hay-yellowish color with gold glints – it has a fruity aroma, particularly of ripe apple, apricot. When tasting, it turns out to be not too sweet and it could be greatly paired with any dried pastries.
The grapes are grown in the hills of Mossano. The average production is 90 quintals \ ha with a yield of 60% in wine.
We pick the grapes by hand on the second week of October when the grapes are very mature and rich in sugar. They slowly start a natural long fermentation by controlled temperature, after the crushing, with refinement on the fine fermentation lees. We keep the wine in a steinless steel tank for about 4 months before bottling.
It's a gold wine, with pleasant fruity scented notes as mature apple, apricot and raisins.
A good structure with nice mineral qualities and natural sweetness.
Try it with: the Sbrisolona cake, the Zaleti, the apricot tart.