This is the most recent interpretation of Soave Bertani, a wine which historically has always been present on prestigious tables around the world Sereole is a Soave with an unmistakably exuberant personality. It is made exclusively from Gargànega grapes, the most elegant of indigenous white grape varieties, that grows on a lavic soil which enriches and enhances the typical qualities of the variety. The slightly late harvest and the fermentation of the must in large oak vats give it extra freshness and flavour, which combine well with the slight maturation in wooden casks to make it supple and complex. This is a Soave of great balance and personality, which provides a pleasant accompaniment to appetizers, soups and white meat.
The vines are cultivated using “veronese pergola” method with a density of 3.000 bases/ha and with “spalliera” method with a density of 5.000 bases/ha.
Area of production:
Sereole is a “cru” of Soave Classica region, near Monteforte D’Alpone. The Land is hilly and the soil is basaltic of volcanic origin.
The manual harvest takes place in the half of October, when the grapes are ripe and rich of aromas. A soft pressing of the grapes, with a light skin contact, is followed by a fermentation in a French oak vats (75 Hl) at a temperature of 16°C.
It ages in big oak vats, on the end fermentation’s yeast, for about 6 months, and an aging for 3 months in bottle.
Straw yellow colour with gold reflections. At the nose, it opens up with sweet scent of flowers like elder trees and pear trees. Following by ripe fruit of yellow paste like apricots, pineapple and melon. In the mouth is deep, mellow and very harmonious with equivalent taste as the scents.