Breganze Sauvignon superiore
The Breganze Sauvignon superiore is an Italian wine of the area Venezia equipped with a name DOC. since July 18th, 1969. Only to DOC. the white wines collected inside the surface of production defined by the decree are entitled. The authorized vineyards are located in Province of Vicence in the communes of Bassano del Grappa, Breganze, Fara Vicentino, Lugo di Vicenza, Marostica, Mason Vicentino, Molvena, Montecchio Precalcino, Pianezze, Salcedo, Sandrigo, Sarcedo and Zugliano. The vineyards are located on slopes of the hills between the rivers Brenta and Astico (an affluent of the Bacchiglione).
The white wine of Sauvignon superiore answers a schedule of conditions more demanding than the Breganze Sauvignon, primarily in relation to the alcohol content.
color : yellow straw
- odor : delicate, more or less aromatic
- savor : dry, harmonic and powerful, with a taste of the stone with rifle
The Breganze Sauvignon superiore is tasted at a 10 - 12° C and it will keep 2 - 3 years temperature.
Association of dishes advised
ProductionProvince, season, volume in Hectolitre S:
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