Soave Classico Doc Le Bine Longhe is an expression of a vineyard that is over 40 years old and had already been purchased in 1957 by Aldo Tessari. It is located 150 meters above sea level on basaltic, clayey soil, and is made from Garganega grapes that “overripe” in the vineyard for about twenty days, in a sort of “late harvest” intentional to give the wine more structure and hold over time. The wine ferments and ages exclusively in steel.
“You will find a distinct fruity component, warm, sunny, ripe but without exaggeration, reminiscent of white peach and nectarine, hints of apple, exotic fruit and almond, and then citrus nuances, memories of white flowers and a vein of honey, which makes the wine feel even fatter and fuller, while keeping it fresh, snappy, thanks to a distinct sapidity and minerality.” from Franco Ziliani’s Vino al Vino blog
Le Bine Longhe is therefore for all these characteristics a long-lived wine, to be consumed even years later while savoring its continuous evolution in the bottle.
Enosteria (Aprilia, Lazio) offers us the 2009 vintage paired with a Savoy Cabbage and Goat Cheese Roll on Creamy Potato.
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