When I go to an Italian wine tasting, I would rather taste wines made from native grape varieties than say Chardonnay or Merlot.
I recently received a bottle of Roncha (IGT Veneto Bianco Roncha), a white wine from Fattori in the Veneto region.
What I liked most about it was its fresh taste and minerality?
Are jasmin scents noted by winemaker reason it makes for a good match with spicy white meats like curried chicken?
This Roncha is a blend of 50% Garganega (5% of which is dried for 5 to 6 months), 20% Pinot Grigio, 20% Trebbiano di Soave and 10% Durella.
Garganega is mostly used in Soave.
Map on the label adds to this wine's charm
Give it a try!