- Soave is a historic wine that has been made for generations. I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to show Angels that Soave made with passion can be truly spectacular.
- The grapes for my Soave are grown in volcanic soil situated 150-200 metres above sea level. The very best grapes are hand picked in the vineyards. The result is a beautiful straw colour wine, with hints of peach, pear, apricot and citrus fruits - elegant, fresh and balanced.
- I recommend you buy two bottles - enjoy one now and let the other age for a couple of years. It will surprise you!
Antonio Fattori, Winemaker
- You may not have heard of the Pecorino grape before - that's because the Italians tend to hog it all to themselves!
- Luckily our Christian's a very well-connected chap. He pulled a few strings to secure a cracking deal on a parcel of pristine Pecorino grapes. And you voted in your hundreds to give him the Angel funding to make a jaw-dropper of a white.
- Imagine the pure gluggableness of a Pinot Grigio, with the fruity zing of a Sauvignon Blanc – it manages to pull off the amazing trick of being flavoursome, yet super-crisp at the same time.
Timorasso is an ancient grape variety grown only in Piedmont and nowadays there are only 150 hectares of it around. It’s not your typical light and refreshing Italian glugger, this one has real guts and stands proud with substance and structure.
- Gian-Paolo carefully handpicks his grapes, and only the very best make it to the bottle. As you can imagine, yields are low here so you can be sure you are getting top-notch quality!
- This is a white wine that’s born to age. Crack it open now and you’ll find it full of fabulously floral and zingy citrus notes. Or wait a few years to see those flavours develop into something really rather special.