Tenuta Sant’Antonio’s Argille Bianche is an expression of one of Italy’s great dessert wines. It is made in the same method as Amarone, but fermentation is stopped while residual sugar remains. The result is a sweet wine with unexpected tannins. ‘Argille Bianche’ means ‘white clay’, and references the soils in the vineyards of the winery.?
Made with a blend of Corvina, Rondinella, Croatian and Oseleta, this dessert wine seduces with sultry sweetness and chocolatey flavours.