Inama Azienda Agricola I Palchi Foscarino Grande Cuvée, a white wine from Soave Classico - Veneto, Italy.

Inama Azienda Agricola I Palchi Foscarino Grande Cuvée

White Wine
Italy | Region: Soave Classico - Veneto
Vintage: 2019 | Grape: Garganega
Volume: 75cl | ABV: 13%
Food Pairing: Amazing with white fish, sushi, crudo or salads.

Inama Azienda Agricola I Palchi Foscarino Grande Cuvée

“I Palchi” is a geographical term used to indicate a series of wide terraces, lined with pergolas of old Garganega vines, located on Monte Foscarino (Soave Classico area). From these, since 2019 – thanks to their optimum exposition and meticulous vineyard management – Inama have obtained a special selection of outstanding grapes. The Soave Classico produced here, immediately revealed itself to be a unique wine: a new label was born.

Tasting Notes

Elegance is the defining characteristic of this wine. Our “I Palchi Soave Classico” captures the volcanic soil of this ancient grape-growing region with notes of mineral, stone fruit and flinty hints. Garganega confers floral complexity with notes of white flowers, chamomile and citrus.

Grape variety: 100% Garganega.

Vinification: Once the grapes arrived at the winery, the bunches were destalked and then processed using a "non-reductive" method, so without any addition of SO2: the indigenous microflora was therefore able to develop and give its character to the must. Eight hours of skin maceration optimised this process. Then only the free-run must was selected which, after a 24 hours static settling, was racked into first and second-passage barriques (60%) and large casks (40%), where it completed its alcoholic fermentation by using neutral selected yeasts not to affect the wine profile.

Ageing: Ageing lasted 6 months, during which bâtonnage was carried out periodically, and then the wine was transferred into stainless steel tanks. Our Soave Classico “I Palchi – Foscarino Grande Cuvée” was bottled in November and refined over 6 months before being released onto the market.


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