Feel nostalgic drinking this white wine
Soave (so-AH-vey), from the Veneto region of northeast Italy, could easily be mistaken for a classy white Burgundy. The cool climate does magical things for the flavors and acidity of its whites. When I tasted the 2014 Pieropan Soave Classico, I felt like I had reconnected with an old friend. With its lovely acidity, nutty aroma and great concentration of flavor and weight, this is near the pinnacle of Italian whites, for only $16.
Grapevine Wines and Spirits, 309 S Kirkwood Rd, St. Louis, 314.909.7044
Glenn Bardgett is a member of the Missouri Wine and Grape Board and wine director at Annie Gunn’s
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