Colour: straw yellow with golden highlights
Nose: It shows fresh notes of apple, Kaiser pear and hawthorn together with beautiful citrus and mineral notes.
Palate: Very juicy and creamy, it ends with a savoury and fulfilling finish after a constant freshness.
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Serving temperature: 10 - 12 °C
Recommended glass: use a glass that is not too large, with good flaring, to enhance the fresher and more delicate parfumes. Rounded and with good volume.
It makes an ideal aperitif, goes well with hors d’oeuvres and fish and vegetable first courses. Excellent with fish-based main courses, white meats and fresh cheeses that have matured a short time
Veneto regional cuisine:
Potatoes Gnocchi with tomatoes and cheese flakes, pasta e fasoi (pasta with beans), risotto with peas, eggs and asparagus, baccala alla vicentina, Monte Veronese Dop young cheese.
The history of Suavia consists of a castle, no frog, few princes and lots of princesses.The castle is the one in Soave: a heritage from the Middle Ages, when the town was still called by the old name of Suavia; Giovanni and Rosetta’s four daughters, however, have been the main
female characters in this story since the start of the
twenty-first century. To write a good story you need a worthy setting and interesting characters. Our story (the story of a family that has dedicated themselves wholly to the vine and wine) is set in a tiny village, mounted like a precious stone in the high green Soave Classico hills, covered with vines and olives. Fitta, the village with its old basaltic houses, fountains, little church and sunsets, is the best possible setting imaginable. Our family, the Tessari family, has lived and worked on this land since the nineteenth century. The history of Suavia however began later, in 1982, when Giovanni and Rosetta (the father and mother), aware of the great potential of their area, decided to set up on their own and make their mark, crushing their grapes and making their own wine. The history of Suavia consists of a castle, no frog, few princes and lots of princesses. The castle is the one in Soave: a heritage from the Middle Ages, when the town was still called by the old name of Suavia; Giovanni and Rosetta’s four daughters, however, have been the main female characters in this story since the start of the twenty-first century. Today Meri, Valentina and I (Alessandra) run the winery here in Fitta, where it all started. “To write a good story you need a worthy setting and interesting characters.” We have all these elements in our story; every day we work as best we can, with sensitivity and honesty to make sure that this story is a really good one to tell and to copy.