Rich in personality and with great depth, this wine delivers a wide spectrum of fresh and complex aromas on the nose. It’s full-bodied and full-flavored in the mouth, with notes that shift from dried apple and pineapple to pear and vanilla. Its long, brilliant finish lingers with delicious results.
Lugana sits on the border between Lombardy and Veneto at the southern end of beautiful Lake Garda. one of the most scenic wine regions in a very scenic country. Trebbiano is a grape that is ubiquitous throughout Italy. Lugana wines are made from a special clone of Trebbiano grape called, not surprisingly Trebbiano di Lugana. It does not grow south of the lake region. The wines are luscious, unoaked, full-bodied, and surprisingly ageworthy. They deserve ranking among the world’s best whites for their balance, beauty, and food-friendly style. Where there is seafood, there should be a bottle of Lugana. The Zenato family owns a total of 75 hectares of vines at the Santa Christina estate in Lugana and at the Costalunga estate in Valpolicella.