Grape varieties: 50% Garganega (5% of which is dried for 5 to 6 months), 20% Pinot Grigio, 20% Trebbiano di Soave,10% Durella.
Location: The vineyards are located at various altitudes in the vulcanic hills of Roncà (from which derives the name Roncha). Starting from 250 m above s/l for the Garganega to 500 m above s/l for the Trebbiano di Soave.
Average vine age: 15 years
Vines per hectare: 5.000
Production: 6.500 Lt/Ha
Harvest: Starting at the end of August for the Pinot Grigio, until September 20th for the Trebbiano di Soave and the Garganega. Mid October for the Durella. The grapes are handpicked, transported and processed the same day.
Fermentation and maturation: In stainless steel vats or barrels depending on the grapes.
At first glance: Straw yellow with greenish reflections.
On the nose: A pleasant sensation of vegetal hints which rounds off with a touch of jasmine, sambuco, peach and orange flowers.
On the palate: Fresh, mineral and tasty. Complex with fruits and sweet spices. Persistent and large.
Accompaniments: Ideal with spicy white meats and chicken curry. Perfect with fresh and medium ripe cheeses.
Service temperature: 12-14°C
Ageing potential: 36 months