Veneto

Veneto
One of Italy’s largest wine regions, the Veneto benefits from a range of climates and terrain – it borders the Austrian alps to the north before the hot central plains give way to the Adriatic coast - and produces one of the biggest outputs of DOC wines in the country. Soave, Valpolicella, and Amarone are among the best sellers, and the Veneto holds a high reputation for its Pinot Grigio too. Veneto is also home of Prosecco – the ever popular sparkling wine that has seen sales beat that of Champagne in recent years. A rich and exciting region to explore through your glass in the comfort of your own home.
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  1. Pinot Grigio Antica Colleone, 2018

    Pinot Grigio has become incredibly popular over the last few years and rightly so as it's great as an aperitif or with food. This is a great example with a fine and delicate bouquet of apples and pears, good acidity and suitable sapidity to the palate. It's a fresh and easy-drinking wine that goes well with white meats, fish, light and fresh cheeses.

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    £8.50
  2. Pinot Grigio del Veneto, Rocca Estate, 2018
    Rating:
    90% of 100

    Related to the Pinot Gris grape of Alsace, which in northern Italy produces a dry, fuller, more floral style, with racy, balanced fruit.

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  3. Bianco del Veneto 'Colle dei Tigli', Lenotti Estate, 2017
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    Dry white wine, with a complex structure and full-bodied, fruity aroma. Made on an ancient hill (Colle) covered with lime trees (Tigli), 300m high on the eastern shores of Lake Garda. Highly recommended!

    Silver Medal - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles (2017 vintage)

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  4. Soave Classico, Lenotti Estate, 2018

    Light straw in colour with hints of vine and cherry flowers on the nose. The perfect accompaniment to a good quality sea food from this top producer on the shore of Lake Garda.

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  5. Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie, Lenotti Estate, 2018

    From the valleys to the north of Lake Garda and made using traditional methods. Light straw yellow in colour with a delicate and fine bouquet. This wine is best drunk young and has a dry, intense and aromatic taste.

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