2012 Scaia Garganega Chardonnay Tenuta Sant’Antonio, Verona, Italy Production Area – Colognola ai Colli Garganega 50% - Trebbiano Soave 30% - Chardonnay 20% Garganega is the Primary White Wine Grape Grown in the Soave Region Aged in Stainless Steel 12.5% Alcohol by Volume Total Acid 5.92 g/l Residual Sugar 3.9 g/l (0.39%)
Aromas White Acacia, Jasmine Flowers Citrus Fruits Apple Pear and Mango Flavors Fresh with Sustained Acidity Soft and Tangy Pair With Vegetable Risotto Light Pastas and Light Fish 2012 Scaia Garganega Chardonnay Tenuta Sant’Antonio, Verona, Italy
2012 Scaia Corvina Tenuta Sant’Antonio, Verona, Italy Production Areas – Colognola ai Colli & Mezzane di Sotto 100% Corvina Generally Blended with Other Grapes to Produce Lighter Reds Such as Rondinella and Molinara Also Used for Production of Amarone Aged in Stainless Steel 13% Alcohol by Volume Total Acid 5.92 g/l Residual Sugar 3.9 g/l (0.39%)
Aromas Red Rose & Sweet Violet Wild Black Cherry, Plum Blackberry, Redcurrant, Raspberry Flavors Well Balanced Full Flavor Intense and Medium Bodied Pair With Gnocchi or Pasta & Bean Soup Roasted Meats (Turkey?) 2012 Scaia Corvina Tenuta Sant’Antonio, Verona, Italy
Producer Fatalone Filippo Petrera “il Fatalone” 2 nd Generation – Lived to the age of 98 Il Fatalone means “Lady Killer”
Primitivo Origins Can be Traced from Ancient Phoenicians who Settled in Puglia – Zinfandel’s Ancient Cousin
Harvested by Hand at Fatalone Primitivo Teres is Made to Enjoy in the Heat of the Summer It Comes from the Second Crop of Grapes First Crop Grapes are Used for Full-bodied Wine – They are Set on the Main Shoots The Second Crop Grow from Lateral Shoots that Grow from the Axils of the Main Shoot
2012 Fatalone Primitivo Teres, Gioia del Colle, Puglia, Italy 100% Primitivo (all grapes from Fatalone) Aged 12 Months in Stainless Steel, 3 Months in Bottle Fermented in Contact with the Skins for 30 Hours – Similar to a Rose Very Light-Colored Red Wine 6,000 Bottles Produced 13.5% Alcohol By Volume Fruity Aromas Cherry and Berry Flavors Pair with Fresh Cheese, Roast Beef, even Pizza – Also…Turkey!