Since April 1958 the ‘Cantina Sociale Veronese del Garda’ has continued its commitment to gradual, constant growth: from just 11 initial members, there are now over 200 who contribute their grapes and bring to the Cantina Castelnuovo del Garda a harvest from approximately 1,000 hectares of vineyards.
The name chosen gives to the due consideration of the area from which this wine comes. The territory, in fact, gives particular characteristics thanks to its rich composition of fossil debris, typical of the morainic inland of Garda Lake. Grown in morainic hills with a soil of calcareous and clayey origin.
Verona, the Scaligera city, is one of the main cities in the Veneto region of Northern Italy. Among Italy’s great art cities, its wealth of art and archaeology has earned it a place on the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.
Verona is famous as the city of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but also for its Arena: a huge first century Roman amphitheater where concerts and opera are still performed.
Soft pale yellow, scents of Williams pear with notes of Narcissus flowers. Fresh and soft.
Goes well with crudités and is ideal for sea and land first courses. Try it with spaghetti chicory and anchovy sauce