Motto Piane delivers a huge and sophisticated style (thanks to late-harvest fruit) with enormous intensity and thick glycerin streaks visible down the side of the glass. Aromas here include crushed white peppercorn, dried sage, almond paste and mature fruit.
From a single vineyard, this exemplary Soave has great intensity and concentration, with flavors of peppers and ripe, green fruits. The wine’s long fermentation wine gives it structure and great extraction of flavor.
This aged expression of Motto Piane Soave drinks with such intensity, thickness and golden brilliance, you’d almost mistake it for a dessert wine. Aromas include candied fruit and sweet pineapple.
This plump, medium-bodied wine starts with hints of honey, mint and pears, then delivers well-ripened fruit flavors on the palate. Shows good concentration and length on the finish, picking up just enough spice and mineral nuances to retain interest throughout a meal.
This elaborate interpretation of Soave is made with late-harvest Garganega grapes fermented and aged in oak barrels to yield intense depth and a bigger, bolder body. Creamy butter, toasted nuts and vanilla play supporting roles to a predominately fruity nose. Imported by Empson (USA) Ltd.
Unlike any other Soave you will taste, this wine rests on the lees for 20 months to shape aromatic intensity and create smoothness in the mouth. You will recognize aromas of peach cobbler and baked bread; there’s a playful touch of grapefruit at the end.
This bright vintage of Soave Danieli (in a screwcap bottle) opens with drying mineral notes followed by sweet, mature melon, peach and citrus. The wine rests on the lees for a creamy feel and only 5% is aged in oak.