Ponte Pietra Trebbiano Garganega 2009

Winemaker's Notes:

These wines are made by Matt Thomson at the Cantina di Monteforte with fruit that is declassified from Soave DOC status. Monteforte director, Gaetano Tobin, known as Tano, is a great believer in using solely Garganega in his Soave, so the Trebbiano that his growers have is given IGT status. The fruit for this wine is grown on the slopes of vineyards situated next to the Soave zone in the Val d’Alpone. The vineyards have excellent south east exposure, with soils of volcanic origin. Clean and very fresh on the nose, with lightly floral notes, especially the characteristic almond blossom perfumes found in the best whites from this area. Soft, fresh apple fruit on the palate, with a zesty finish.

Region: Italy » Veneto

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Color: White
Varietal: Trebbiano
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De Ponte Cellars is the site of one of the oldest vineyards in the Willamette Valley. This scenic property up in the Dundee Hills was acquired by the Baldwin family in 1999 and soon De Ponte Cellars Winery was born. The name De Ponte comes from the matriarch of the Baldwin family, Shirley Baldwin. De Ponte, her maiden name which is of Portuguese origin, honors her father who grew grapes and ... Read more
De Ponte Cellars is the site of one of the oldest vineyards in the Willamette Valley. This scenic property up in the Dundee Hills was acquired by the Baldwin family in 1999 and soon De Ponte Cellars Winery was born. The name De Ponte comes from the matriarch of the Baldwin family, Shirley Baldwin. De Ponte, her maiden name which is of Portuguese origin, honors her father who grew grapes and made his own wine in California's San Joaquin Valley. Our tasting room is open 7 days a week from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Read less

These wines are made by Matt Thomson at the Cantina di Monteforte with fruit that is declassified from Soave DOC status. Monteforte director, Gaetano Tobin, known as Tano, is a great believer in using solely Garganega in his Soave, so the Trebbiano that his growers have is given IGT status. The fruit for this wine is grown on the slopes of vineyards situated next to the Soave zone in the Val d’Alpone. The vineyards have excellent south east exposure, with soils of volcanic origin. Clean and very fresh on the nose, with lightly floral notes, especially the characteristic almond blossom perfumes found in the best whites from this area. Soft, fresh apple fruit on the palate, with a zesty finish.

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