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TENUTA SANT ANTONIO Scaia Corvina 2014

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TENUTA SANT ANTONIO Scaia Corvina 2014

Scaia Corvina is an unoaked, young-vine red made from the noble grape of Valpolicella and Amarone by Tenuta Sant’Antonio, one of Veneto’s leading producers. It is a byword for value. Here’s erobertparker.com’s Monica Larner: ‘This exceptional value wine may well be the best deal in Italian wine today’, and ‘…an unbelievable deal… a wine that can be purchased by the case-load for those informal occasions at home when a simple glass of red wine accompanies you as you cook dinner or watch television… the ultimate downtime wine’. Scaia makes a strong case for the widening of one’s wine horizons. It’s different – rich enough for Shiraz and Cabernet drinkers and elegant enough if you like Pinot Noir. It’s also a classy package, sealed with a Vinolok glass stopper.
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Scaia Corvina is an unoaked, young-vine red made from the noble grape of Valpolicella and Amarone by Tenuta Sant’Antonio, one of Veneto’s leading producers. It is a byword for value. Here’s erobertparker.com’s Monica Larner: ‘This exceptional value wine may well be the best deal in Italian wine today’, and ‘…an unbelievable deal… a wine that can be purchased by the case-load for those informal occasions at home when a simple glass of red wine accompanies you as you cook dinner or watch television… the ultimate downtime wine’. Scaia makes a strong case for the widening of one’s wine horizons. It’s different – rich enough for Shiraz and Cabernet drinkers and elegant enough if you like Pinot Noir. It’s also a classy package, sealed with a Vinolok glass stopper.
  • Style: Red
  • Vintage: 2014
  • Region: Veneto
  • Code: TSASC
  • Appellation: Veneto
  • Country: Italy

Region Veneto

Veneto is a hilly region in the north-east of Italy bordering the Adriatic coast and produces some of Italy’s most recognised wines. The region has a vineyard area of 76,600 ha of which almost half are of the DOC and DOCG status wines. Two major climatic influences have an impact on the region; the cooler mountains to the North generate a continental effect whilst the Adriatic in the south has a warm maritime influence. White wines dominate the region including Pinot Grigio and the Garganega dominant wines of the Soave sub-region. Red Valpolicella wines made from a blend of Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes, produce fragrant, dark fruit characters in a range of styles from dry, fresh, youthful wines to the intense, concentrated Amarone and sweet Recioto wines. Veneto is also home to fresh, lively Prosecco Sparkling wines produced from the Glera variety.