Terroir

What makes our terroir unique is a perfect combination of soil and climatic conditions ideal for growing vines and important human values handed down over the years.

LAND AND HUMANS, A PERFECT UNION

What makes our terroir unique is a perfect combination of soil and climatic conditions ideal for growing vines and important human values handed down over the years.

The bond between the land and humans is unshakeable and produces great wines that interpret unique style seeking perfect balance.

THE ESSENCE OF A UNIQUE TERROIR

Our vines grow on mineral-rich, clayey soil featuring a thin surface layer of calcium carbonate known as Caranto

Prevailing evening winds that lower the temperature to create a distinct drop at night, and rich water reserves are all factors that make our grapes exceptional.

A TERRITORY CLEARLY EXPRESSED

A vision that aims at enhancing the ‘Cru’ concept, i.e. a single vineyard producing a unique, recognisable wine in order to preserve territorial heritage, that is to say the typical nature of a given wine taken from the land and bottled.

OUR ORIGIN

A vast plain extends from the Prealps to the Dolomite foothills, featuring long rivers, springs rising in the Dolomites, and different types of soil. A passion for viticulture and culture do the rest to produce great Venetian wines, worthy of tables anywhere in the world.

VENEZIA DOC

A vast plain extends from the Prealps to the Dolomite foothills, featuring long rivers, springs rising in the Dolomites, and different types of soil. A passion for viticulture and culture do the rest to produce great Venetian wines, worthy of tables anywhere in the world.

The soil is prevalently well-balanced clay and silt and produces structured red wines with definite hints of red fruit, but also aromatic white wines, full-bodied and structured to age well. The thermal excursion in the area gives the wine considerable freshness.

The main varieties for this Denomination include Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.

DOC LISON-PRAMAGGIORE

This includes the territories of most of the municipalities in Eastern Veneto, extending from land close to the sea to the border with Friuli. The area was already used to produce wine in ancient Roman times and was highly developed under the Venetian Republic. The town of Pramaggiore stands at the heart of the Denomination, with soil particularly rich in calcium and calcareous clay, ideal for richly flavoured wine.

Our vineyards are part of a landscape dotted with old farmhouses, towns within medieval walls and small towns where Roman remains are preserved. The Lison-Pramaggiore DOC is known for its cultivation of the main international varieties – from Pinot Gris to Cabernet -, as well as indigenous varieties common also to nearby Friuli, such as Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso and Verduzzo.

DOCG LISON CLASSICO

The Lison-Pramaggiore DOC area hosts a small sub-zone ideal for the production of a great white wine, part of the territory from time immemorial and universally acknowledged. We are talking about wine from the Tocai variety, which now has Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origins, i.e. the peak of the quality pyramid for Italian wine. This ancient variety produces wine distinguished by its elegance and scents of aromatic herbs and exotic fruit with refined minerality.

It is intense, enveloping and full-bodied, with delicious flavour featuring a typical almond aftertaste. This white wine repeats the characteristics typical of the territory: refined elegance, flavour and good structure come together in a beguiling wine that involves and intrigues.

DOC PROSECCO

The province of Venice also includes the Prosecco DOC zone that extends into nine provinces in north east Italy, from Treviso to Trieste.

To the north the area is protected by the mountains and to the south is warmed by sea breezes bringing frequent rains, ideal for developing vine vegetation.

During harvesting in September thermal excursion ripens the Glera grapes to their aromatic peak.

These factors and prevalently clayey, silty soil, rich in micro elements and minerals, are the perfect combination for achieving sparkling wines with lingering aromas of white flowers and unripe fruit, beautifully fresh and flavourful on the palate, with bright, lively bubbles.

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VINITALY 2022

VINITALY 2022 è alle porte!
Il più importante evento dedicato al Vino Italiano giunto alla sua 54° edizione.
Dal 10 al 13 Aprile presso Veronafiere SpA - Fiera di Verona.
Appuntamento presso il PADIGLIONE 4 - STAND E3
Operatori, Sommelier e specialisti HORECA interessati ad un appuntamento possono contattarci a VENDITE@AIGALLI.IT

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AUTOCHTONA AWARD 2020

Massimo riconoscimento per il nostro Lison Classico DOCG ad Autochtona Award 2020! Un premio per raccontare al meglio le storie e le identità  delle cantine che valorizzano il loro territorio di origine ed il patrimonio dei vitigni autoctoni italiani.

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MERANO WINE FESTIVAL 2020

è una grande soddisfazione ricevere il Diploma di Eccellenza The WineHunter per i due vini più rappresentativi del nostro territorio: Lison Classico DOCG e Cabernet Franc "Selezione".
Il Merano WineFestival rappresenta uno degli eventi eno-gastronomici più prestigiosi d'Europa, punto di riferimento per i prodotti di eccellenza del nostro Paese.
Ci vediamo a Merano dal 6 al 10 Novembre!

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IL NOSTRO VINO A CASA TUA

In questo momento vogliamo essere vicini a tutti i nostri clienti.
Rimani a casa, il vino te lo portiamo noi!

Per informazioni e ordini:

- Chiama il numero 0421 799314
- Scrivi a vendite@aigalli.it

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