CA DEI FRATI LUGANA
Ca’ dei Frati was founded in 1939. It’s called Ca’ dei Frati or “friar house,” because it was once owned by monks who grew grapes there. Soil types play a fundamental role in crafting Ca’ dei Frati’s fresh, minerality-driven wines. Lake Garda was created during the Eocene era, some 35 million years ago, by a melting glacier. As the melting ice flowed south from what we now call the Italian Alps, it also brought with its glacial detritus. Today, these rocky and pebbly “morainic” soils are ideal for the production of fine wine.
It is fresh and has great sophistication and elegance with delicate hints of white balsamic flowers, traces of apricot and almond. All stainless steel fermented!
11 in stock
Food Pairings: Seafood, grilled chicken, pasta with pesto & walnuts.
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