Wine Tenuta Sant'Antonio, "Scaia" Corvina, Veneto IGT, 2013
The wine is ruby-red color with a purple hue.
The taste of wine is well balanced, tasty and fresh, intense, with an average strength.
Aromatic bouquet of wine is fragrant tones of red roses and sweet fruit, hints of ripe cherries, wild cherries, plums, blackberries, currants and raspberries.
Experts recommend to consume this wine paired with first courses, risotto, red meat, fried meat, boiled chicken, beef dishes language, pork sausage, grilled corn, herring, as well as seasoned cheeses.
The range of wines "Scaia" got its name from the volcanic rocks that occur in layers of white limestone soils of the region Illasi Valley. Dry white wine "Scaia" Corvina, 2012 is made from grapes of Corvina. After harvest it gently pressed and subjected to the cold maceration. Wort Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks. Batonazh once a week, until the completion of malolactic fermentation. Extract the drink takes place in steel tanks.
Winery Tenuta Sant'Antonio belongs to four brothers - Titian, Armando, Paolo and Massimo Castañeda. The winery is located in the eastern part of the Valpolicella area called Monte Gharbi, on behalf of the hill, near which it is located. Vineyards cover an area of 50 hectares, 20 hectares of which went to the brothers inherited from their father Antonio Castañeda, and 30 hectares were purchased by the brothers in 1989. The vineyards are planted along the slopes of Mezzana, Laban and San Martino Bon Albergo at an average altitude of 350 meters above sea level. Careful attention to viticulture and manual assembly harvest provide exceptional quality wines economy Sant'Antonio. Due to its commitment to excellence and a large area of vineyards, winery Tenuta Sant'Antonio is considered one of the biggest and best producers in the area of Valpolicella. At first the brothers Castañeda put the quality of their products. Yield is maintained at a low level to a maximum concentration of nutrients in grapes. Refuting the famous saying "a vine - one bottle of wine," Castañeda brothers derive a new formula for the production of wine, "two vines - one bottle of wine."