color: pale salmon
smell: fresh and vibrant on the nose with aromas of red summer berries, strawberries with a touch of almonds
palate: great zesty acidity on the palate and a tight structure balanced against the ripe red berry fruit makes this a wine one for drinking on its own or with food.
serving temperature: 10°-12° C
alcohol content: 12,5 % vol.
From the vineyard to the table
Four generations of the Dal Cero family have worked at Ca dei Frati since acquiring the estate in 1940. The winery is located on the south banks of Lake Garda near the Sirmione peninsula. Twenty hectares of vineyards, with predominantly clay soil provide all of the grapes used in the production. The focus of the estate is the local Trebbiano-based Lugana. At Ca dei Frati, Lugana is interpreted in a variety of styles, some innovative and some traditional, all however, true to the spirit of the region and its proud wine heritage. The wines are elegant in structure with a hint of wildness and are unique for their concentration, complexity, and expressiveness.
Are you curious?
Wine glasses can generally be divided into three main categories: full, round ones for red wine, slightly narrower ones for white wine, and flutes for champagne.
Unlike red wines, white wines are meant to be served chilled. In order to reduce the heat escape from the wine while it is in the glass, the glasses for white wines are narrower than those for red wines. This provides a smaller surface area and therefore less heat is able to escape from the wine. As with any glass, white wine glasses are meant to be held by the stem to prevent heat transfer between your hand and the liquid.
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