Folonari has been a synonym for fine Italian wine since 1825. The finest grapes are selected in order to generate perfumes and flavours that only the most representative wines of the Italian tradition are capable of offering. Folonari fully exploits the riches of its past and harmonizes it with the demands of a new market while remaining attentive to quality and novelty.
The grapes: 85% Garganega, 15% Trebbiano di Soave. The grapes are harvested when ripe around mid September and subjected to soft pressing. The must stays in contact with the skins for cold maceration lasting 12-24 hours; this is followed by cold static decantation and finally by fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16-18°C with the aid of selected yeasts. The new wine is aged for an adequate period in steel until ready for bottling.
Tasting Note: Straw yellow colour while the perfume is fine and fragrant with vine and elderberry flowers. Flavour is dry, full, clean and harmonious with a harmonious aftertaste.