2022 Suavia Soave Classico, Veneto, Italy

Apears bright and lemon-yellow. Fresh aromas of apple, pear and almond balance clean minerality and a hint of fresh herb. Crisp and refreshing on the palate, the flavors and aromas build toward a harmonious and lingering finish.



The vineyards are planted on volcanic soils which are very dark and deep in the Fittà and Tremenalto areas, and rich of basaltic stones in the Castellaro zone. Some of these vineyards are very steep. It is aged in steel vats with a small amount of malo (adds richness to balance the citrus and melon) and 5 months in contact with fine sediments to give a creamy texture.

It makes an ideal aperitif, goes well with fish and vegetable first courses, white meats and fresh cheeses. Veneto regional cuisine: Potatoes Gnocchi with tomatoes and cheese flakes, pasta e fasoi (pasta with beans), risotto with peas, eggs and asparagus, baccalà alla vicentina, Monte Veronese Dop (cheese).


Without exception, Suavia is one of the leaders in quality and terroir expression in this small, hilly zone to the east of Lake Garda. Although the family has been growing grapes in the hills of Soave Classico since the 1800's, it was only as recently as 1982 that the Giovanni and Rosetta Tessari began crushing grapes and producing their own wine. The couple built a modern and efficient winery in 1990 underneath the building that has been the Tessari family home since 1887. This facility was designed specifically for the production of white wine with the most advanced technology available. Now run by Giovanni and Rosetta's daughters, Meri, Valentina, and Alessandra, Suavia's focus is on using their state-of-the art facility to express the nuances of their native terroir through the lense of only those two grapes native to the zone; Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave.


Grape(s) Garganega
Farming Sustainable