Grown in well exposed stony, calcareous and clay soils with basalt outcrops in vineyards within the province of Verona, in the region of the Veneto.
The majority of the grapes are vinified in steel tanks with cold maceration for two days, to extract the fruity aromas and to obtain a vivacious color. This is followed by vinification and then aging for one year in new oak barrels and then aging in the bottle for a few months.
Color: Deep ruby red in color.
Bouquet: Aromas of raspberry and currant with a hint of vanilla.
Taste: Smooth and balanced on the palate with velvety tannins.
Pairs well with pasta, grilled and roasted meats, game and cheeses.
Torr’Alta means “highest tower” in Italian. It is a tribute to the tall towers that dotted the Veronese skyline in the Middle Ages, which were the residences of wealthy, noble families.