The vineyards that surround the ancient Corte Giacobbe are planted on the slopes of two extinct volcanoes, Calvarina and Crocetta, in volcanically-derived, mineral-rich soils composed of lava and tuff. There, the Dal Cero family cultivates, with meticulous attention, garganega, chardonnay, and pinot grigio grapes.
The area’s unique geologic history influences the mineral and organic composition of the grapes themselves, determining the berries’ characteristic aromatics and mineral components and giving a pronounced savouriness to the resultant wine. In particular, the cru wines of Corte Giacobbe are the distinctive fruit of the vineyards growing on the summits of the volcanoes, in soils marked by high mineral content.
Appears a luminous straw yellow with green highlights. On the nose, beguiling scents of blossoms and fruit, such as Poached Pear and banana. In the mouth, fine mineral salt-acid balance, with a lengthy, vibrant vein of minerality, gift of its valley terroir of origin. Ideal with antipasti, lighter meats, and fish.
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