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- Garganega is a variety of white wine grape widely grown in the Veneto region of North East Italy, particularly in the provinces of Verona and Vicenza.
- Garganega is a white grape variety mostly found in the Veneto region of northern Italy, and also in some other northern and central regions.
- Garganega is a respectable local grape that turns up in several wines of the Veneto.
- Garganega is a fleshy fruity variety capable of producing intensely flavored wine when handled properly.
- Garganega is a late-ripening and extremely vigorous vine, with medium sized, pentagonal leaves with pronounced notches.
- Soave is created in the Venice area from the Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave grapes.
- Soave wines are made from GARGANEGA and TREBBIANO grapes.
- Garganega An ancient vine which is nearly identical to Sicily’s Grecanico, Garganega is thought to be of early Greek origin, as the name suggests.
- Soave, from Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave, is usually dry and still, though sparkling and sweet Recioto versions are also prescribed.
- It is possible that Garganega is one of the parents of each of these grape varieties.
- Under the hands of the Prà brothers the Garganega reaches it's full potential.
- Made from the Garganega grape, with the ubiquitous Trebbiano sometimes used in the blend.
- This variety is also used in the wines from the DOC 's of BIANCO DI CUSTOZA, COLLI BERICI, and GAMBELLARA. Garganega is also known as Gargana and Lizzana.
- The principal grape variety is Garganega followed by Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Trebbiano di Soave.
- A popular Italian white wine is Soave, which is made from the white Garganega grape of Lombardy blended with minor Trebbiano and sometimes Chardonnay.
- Garganega is a white varietal mostly grown in Italy.
- Soave, from Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave, is usually dry and still, though spumante and sweet Recioto versions are also prescribed.
- In Lombardy, the grape is often used for spumante and in the Veneto it is often blended with Garganega to give more weight and structure to the wine.
- This wine is a blend of Garganega (90%) and Trebbiano grapes.
- Neighbouring Soave, also situated in the North East, produces a nice Italian white wine made from the Garganega and Trebbiano grapes.
- Mommy’s Time Out is made from a blend of Garganega and Pinot Grigio from vineyards in the Venezie region of northeastern Italy.
- Recioto di Soave is the passito white wine from around Verona, made from the Garganega grape used in Soave.
- Soave takes its name from a medieval village just east of Verona towards Lake Garda and is made from the local Garganega grape.
- The most important vines are Corvinone, Corvina, Rondinella and Cabernet Sauvignon far red grapes and Garganega.
- Ca' Rugate uses only indigenous grape varieties such as Garganega, and Trebbiano di Soave for white wines; and Corvina, Rondinella and Corvinone for reds.
- The favored blend is comprised of two grapes: garganega and trebbiano.
- Traditionally, Soave was made from Garganega & Trebbiano di Soave (a high quality, aromatic local clone of Trebbiano).
- Ideally the wine is made from the Garganega grape, but the DOC rules allow Chardonnay, Pinot bianco and Trebbiano too.
- GARGANEGA: White-wine grape widely grown in the Veneto region of NE. Italy.
- GARGANEGA: White wine grape widely grown in the Veneto region of NE. Italy.
- Garganega, white grape variety that is the principle grape used in the production of Soave wines from the Veneto region of Italy.
- The grape that provides the basis for a great Soave (wines from the Veneto region), the more Garganega and the less Trebbiano, the better the Soave.
- Garganega (Veneto, Italy)--delicate, bitter almond, citric aromas; the basic variety used in Soave wines.
- Garganega - The main grape varietal for wines labeled Soave, this is a crisp, dry white wine from the Veneto wine region of Italy.
- Soave wines are made from a minimum of 70 percent Garganega blended with other varieties such as Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco and Trebbiano.
- Soave, made from mostly garganega with a splash of trebbiano, has carved out its own little niche as the white wine of the Veneto.
- European Union > Italy > Veneto > Soave
- Veneto Region
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