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Goedhuis & Co Aug 4
The Tamellini brothers make a very good . Crisp, light and fresh it’s crafted from grapes that grow on the chalky soils surrounding the castle-topped hillside town of Soave. At only £12.50 a bottle on table it’s a real crowd pleaser.
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Corinna Hardgrave Sep 16
So this is the way to drink Soave. A deliciously refreshing glass of Casteggiola Soave Classico by in the Ferra vineyard by the castle, looking across at the Casteggiola vineyard on another hill.
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Mathew Evans Mar 28
It's been a rubbish week, so I thought I'd cheer Sarah and I up with this...
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Wine to Try aka Mrs Wine Pair Jul 18
Wow loving this tastes just like the description ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Always loved but this is a real step up
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Sarah Abbott MW May 12
Interesting article from . I loved the quote from Andrea Pieropan of about the surreal extremes between bursting vineyard and deserted cellar-door: "like wearing odd shoes".
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Sarah Abbott MW Oct 4
Go ! Really looking forward to showing these brilliant, and still underestimated, fine, nuanced, ageworthy white wines. Great examples imported by the likes of and more.
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Wine Blind Tasting Apr 13
Garganega at its best, with on the label the two faces of wine, sacred and profane, Apollonian and Dionysian.
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Christos Ioannou 10 Jun 19
Absolutely wonderful, rich, concentrated, top quality £18
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Kerin O'Keefe 17 May 19
Enchanting . Tasted some fantastc wines today at including a still fresh Soave Classico 2010, a dazzling La Frosca 2011, a focused Sandro De Bruno 2007 Soave Classico Terre di Terrossa & bright Monte San Piero 2010.
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Wine Blind Tasting Apr 9
Another classic pairing. Great wine, shame about the 'touch of new barriques'.
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Curt Coulter Jul 3
A couple of refreshing and vibrant wines that are tasting great in the 90 degree heat.
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Moldova Wine Travel (Philip) Jun 20
My student did her other Zoom class from just outside this shop in ..and is bringing me back a bottle of ..I did the lesson free of charge when I heard that!!!!
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Winetraveler ® Apr 11
Virtually visit with us through this video! Soave in April! 😍
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Emma Bentley 🇪🇺 12 Mar 19
This is looking west over to the hills, but were you to face south, today you can see the snow-capped Appennine mountains.
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Meg Maker 23 May 19
Silken, a little soft, and just shy of the nervy bite I seek in Soave, but the fragrant lift of vanilla and spring petals is a lovely entrée, and it finishes with clean almond bitterness. Don’t serve it too cold. You won’t want to miss its fey floral charms.
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Peter Dean 12 May 19
If you haven't tried premium then now's the time. The Consorzio is embarking on a 3-month promotion that sees single vineyard, 100% Garganega, old vine and lees-aged Soave getting a hand in restaurants. Click here to see my top 8 to try
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wineinfo Nov 2
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Sarah Abbott MW Aug 19
Yes, I know I'm sharing a lot of love, but it's so nice to see these genuine, thoughtful, talanted vignerons FINALLY start win the recognition they deserve. I think The Veneto could be Italy's most wilfully...
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Gordon Davidson 5 Dec 18
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The_Buyer 13 Dec 18
is one of the most important regions for the UK wine trade. And vice versa with the UK being Soave 2nd biggest market. Here Aldo Lorenzoni head of Consorzio di Soave explains why its 2018 vintage has got it back on the front foot
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