“Mount Versa” is a very specific hill and topography in the Euganean Hills in the
Veneto region of Italy. Chalky/clay soils with scattered marine sedimentary top soil, along with cool, but not cold winters allow for growing grapes and producing wines of precision and high sensory intensity.
Cool climate, Bordeaux varietals show lots of freshness and are certainly built for great meals, while super aromatic Moscato frizzante with a brilliantly dry palate and friendly freshness, and a lovely, lovely example of Manzoni Bianco with no adulterations, or forced stylistic flourishes. Love the transparency and humble nature of these wines! We hope you do as well. Saluti!