RONCA - Corvina - 2013





Country:                      Italy

Appellation:                Veneto

Grape(s):                    Corvina

Vintage:                       2013




in Munich



Well balanced

  • Color:               Red
  • Nose:                Cherries
  • In mouth         Smooth tannins



  • Temperature:    16-18°
  • Ageing:                Now
  • Wine pairing:      beef stew, game, grilled meats and aged cheese


Between  Custoza and  Bardolino DOC wine regions, lies the territory of Sommacampagna, a town of 15,000 inhabitants, which is only 10 km far from the city of Verona. This historical area with its rolling morainic hills form the backdrop to the Ronca winery, whose vineyards are gently caressed by the mild breezes coming from the nearby Garda Lake. The lake and its surrounding morainic hills were formed by the retreat of an ancient glacier. Therefore, the soil is rich in mineral debris eroded from the mountains, which give a peculiar salinity to the wines. The willfulness of Massimo Ronca has brought his activity as a wine maker on Lake Garda to grow rapidly and constantly, with the objective of total quality, from the grape to the glass, arriving today at owning 20 hectares (50 acres) of splendid vineyards which are carefully tendered and controlled with utmost respect for nature during every production phase. The Ronca family cultivate their estate grown grapes for the production of DOC wines typical for the Garda territory, such as bianco di Custoza and Bardolino wine as well as the IGT wines Garganega, Corvina  and Pinot Grigio. The harvest is carried out as an ancient ritual, with grapes hand-picked solely, in line with the tradition started back in 1976. In the wine cellar only estate grown grapes are used, which have been carefully hand selected from the Bardolino and Custoza Doc vineyards.At present, Ronca winery produces 50.000 bottles of wine (per year), whereas the grapes which grow within the estate would permit a potential production of 250.000 bottles per year.


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