Tradition and innovative vision find their meeting point during the vinfication of Goccia and Poderi lines.
History and the future in perfect symbiosis – the Lison Classico Goccia is made from Tocai Italico grapes cultivated in the microzone of Lison, the oldest and most characteristic area for the production of this wine. The Goccia wine-making process that utilizes only the first pressing of the grapes emphasizes the distinctive features of this splendid white wine.
A great classic of the Italian wine-making tradition and a jewel in the crown of the north-east, the Pinot Grigio has always enchanted the palate for its full-bodiedness, combined with the delicacy that is typical of the white wines. The particular wine-making technique adopted for the ‘Goccia’ line permits the wine to maintain its full-bodied taste while conferring elegance and softness to the palate.
Native of South Tyrol, this variety has well adapted itself in our Regions, Friuli and eastern Veneto, where the scents are combined with softness and elegance.view card >
The forefather of the “Goccia” family and the first S. Anna Estate wine to be produced from non-pressed grapes with must obtained through simple dripping of the must in the de-stemming phase of the grapes. This process is unique and costly but the idea behind it is to produce a wine of extraordinary softness that is totally free from the bitter-tasting components that derive from the extraction of juices from the grape-seeds in the pressing phase.
The Sauvignon is not made with the innovative “Goccia” technique: being an aromatic grape variety, a brief interaction between the grape-skins and the must is essential to allow the aromas present in the skins to permeate the must and so determine the flavor of the wine. Careful selection on the vine is necessary in order to guarantee the excellent quality of the grapes.
This indigenous vine variety, typical and widespread in the north-east of Italy, is a noble and aristocratic vine that lends itself to the production of wines which need a long period of refinement as well as wines that are consumed young but which have a strong personality, with an age-old charm: that of the farming tradition in the Veneto area.
The Merlot has been cultivated in Veneto and Friuli since the middle of the nineteenth century and has by now become naturally acclimatized to this area which produces smooth, full-bodied wines of unmatched quality that are excellent as an accompaniment for the typical seasoned dishes traditional around these parts.
Originally from the region of Bordeaux, this grape variety has successfully been cultivated for some time in Italy. The adaptability of this wine to the territory makes the characteristics of the grape’s terroir particularly recognizable. In the eastern part of the Veneto region, smooth wines with good body are produced, elegant whether aged first in wooden barrels or ready for consumption when still fresh and young.