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Soave Classico Superiore-Inama Nye Vine 2011
Editorial Reviews for Soave Classico Superiore-Inama Nye Vine
Smokey and bright on the nose with a soft waxy edge to the rich and almost nutty yellow fruits that are tipped with just a hint of pollen. Silky and supple in the mouth but at the same time bright and tense with delicate heirloom apple and apricot flavors over a fine base of almost salty soil tones. There’s a big pop of fruit on the backend followed by a very light if modestly aromatic finish and salty, mineral driven finish.. Young, tense and quite precise. 88pts
External Reviews for Soave Classico Superiore-Inama Nye Vine
A straw-colored garganega from Italy's Veneto, the 2006 Inama Soave has an elegant nose of sweet wildflowers like chamomile, elder and iris. Grown in mineral-rich basaltic lava, this wine has a firm mineral character with a soft almond characteristic at the back of the palate. Perfect as an apertivo or with delicate dishes and light fish.
Golden in color, this wine tastes like a roasted almond, the texture smooth, the finish clean and peppery. A patio white that’s simple and refreshing.
Smoky, with a base of minerality and flavors of grapefruit, melon and blanched almond as well as a persistent thread of ground cardamom and ginger. Features good density and a fresh finish. Drink now through 2015.
Smoky, with a base of minerality and flavors of grapefruit, melon and blanched almond as well as a persistent thread of ground cardamom and ginger. Features good density and a fresh finish. Drink now through 2015. 18,500 cases imported. -AN Founded in 1960 by Giuseppe Inama, this 74 acre estate is located in Monte Foscarino, the heart of Soave Classico. Each vineyard imparts a unique element to the blend; the volcanic soils of Classico lends floral aromas and minerality, and the soils found in Colli Berici contribute depth and structure. The terra rossa soils of this subappellation are particularly well suited to growing Bordeaux blends and was the first region in Italy to plant Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Carmenere. In 1992, Giuseppe handed the reins to his son Stefano who carries on his fathers legacy of minimalist intervention in the vineyards and in the cellar. After a short maceration and gentle pressing, the must is left to settle before spontaneous malolactic fer...