Monte Del Fra, Bardolino Italian Red Wine, 75cl
About this deal
The towns interested in the production of the Bardolino DOC are Torri del Benaco, Caprino Veronese, Rivoli, Pastrengo, Bussolengo, Castelnuovo del Garda, Sommacampagna and Valeggio sul Mincio entirely or partially interested. While respectful of their past, Bertani strives towards innovation, using progressive techniques and equipment allied with extensive experience and a deeply felt respect for tradition to provide wines of uncompromising quality. The Bardolino DOC is considered as the Venetian most representative wines to be drunk all along the meal. In Italy the supervisory authority is the “Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali” – Piazza Venezia 11, 00187 Roma (Rome – RM – Italy) – www. Since then a major investment programme has transformed the company and it now has modern production facilities and a new winemaking team rejuvenating quality across the board, while access to high quality grapes from the Veneto co-owners has enabled some excellent new wines to be developed.
The “Bardolino Chiaretto DOC”, whose name refers to the rose-coloured shade, comes from the same grapes as the Bardolino, but peels go through a “pinkish vinification” process; being partially in contact with them, the must softly changes its colour. This particular feature allows to develop grapes and vineyards with particular characteristics that are reflected in the quality of the products of the land and so in the wine too. Until then the production of wine followed quantitative rules, thus it had not the quality and variety it has today. The grapes for this Bardolino are sourced from vineyards located in the Eastern Morainic Hills of Lake Garda.
It is delicately fruity, with hints of cherry, cherry, strawberry, raspberry, currant and spices (cinnamon, clove, black pepper). As far as not here mentioned, these controllers are required to provide information pursuant to art. After harvesting the grapes are destemmed, macerated on skins and fermented in stainless steel tanks.
This is why Le Nogare is such a fresh young wine, just like the breezes blowing over the lake, with a strikingly bright ruby red colour, and scents of stewed cherries and spice. Masi wine is a native of the Valpolicella Classica region in Italy; however, it successfully owns and manages two famous organic wine estates in Tuscany and Argentina. Since the moraine hills originated from glacial erosion they have different kinds of soil (sandy, rocky, clayey). Bardolino wine is made from the Corvina, Veronese and Rondinella grape varieties and develops a bouquet with notes of cherry, sour cherry, strawberry, raspberry and black currant. Once again the production territories are the one located in the province of Verona in the shore and in the piedmont sides of the Garda lake.You will meet vineyards, farms and wineries, but also landscape, architectural and historical beauties.
In recent years the range has grown steadily with vineyards being developed in Friuli and northern Veneto, around Conegliano. Soils are of fluvial-glacial origin and the vines are planted at a density of 3,000 per hectare, using the pergola trellising system. With the mushroom risotto, with the Fegatini, with all the cheeses better if aged, with peas alone or with meat.Cantina del Garda is one of most renowned cooperatives in all of Veneto, so who better to look to for a light and fruity Bardolino? Monte del Frà has a unique Italian history, led by our forefather, Massimo Bonomo, who in the mid twentieth century (Est. They all belong to the Confraternita del Vino Bardolino, founded in1982 by local producers with the Protection Consortium sponsorship. It forms part of the larger Tri-veneto wine region along with its neighbours Friuli Venezia Giulia and Trentino-Alto. Still in the Middle Ages the monks and religious institutions had a key role in developing the vine cultivation that is tightly connected with the Christian community due to cultural and liturgical reasons.
I participated in an online cheese and wine tasting during lockdown and one of the selected wines was a Bardolino. The Lake Garda microclimate which the hilly area above Bardolino enjoys produces Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella grapes at a naturally high level of maturation. Later in the fifth century viticulture had a significant development and with the Republic of Venice it played a key role in the economy of the region. Montresor Bardolino Bio Organic from the Veneto in Italy has fragrant aromas of wild strawberry with floral, herbal notes and on the palate there are bramble fruits and supple tannins, juicy acidity and a touch of white pepper.Corte Giara Bardolino DOC pairs well with grilled meats, pizza, pasta, and cheese, and is perfect for an evening with family and friends. The Bardolino DOC can also be found in its “Novello” version; like all young wines, it is produced through carbonic maceration (at least 85%) and it is bottled within the 31th of December of the year.