20 June 2019

James Suckling tasted:

 

Antonio Rosso Veneto IGT  2015 –  92 pt

I love the play between dark, spicy brambleberries and blackcurrants and more lifted notes of sour cherries and citrus.

Full-bodied and tangy with juicy fruit and succulent tannins. Drink now.

 

Augusto Recantina Montello – Colli Asolani DOC 2016 –  91 pt

The fruit has certainly been dialed up here and ranges from blackcurrant compote to violet reduction and herb liqueur.

Some well needed, direct tannins pick up the plush flavors and keep them firm and juicy. Tangy on the finish. Drink now.

 

Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico Superiore DOCG 2014 – 92 pt

This is a big Amarone, showing so much dark chocolate, vanilla, dark plums, meat, wet earth, eucalyptus and coffee beans. Full-bodied and very decadent indeed with a ton of dried fruit, a touch of sweetness and a long, chewy finish. A fruit-forward style, but I like it. Drink in 2023.

 

Stay with us B&B

If you’re looking for somewhere off the beaten track. If you love being close to nature and enjoy outdoor sports. If you love fine food and wine. If you are passionate about history and art. Some of the Giusti estates offer wonderful places to stay for guests looking for a truly memorable experience, where nature, wine, history and culture come together in perfect harmony in comfortable and genuine accommodation.

Country House Abazia

This country house has been magnificently restored and is the ideal place for guests to relax, in the natural surroundings of the Abazia Vineyard, just a short distance from the lovely Saint Eustace Abbey. Standing in the middle of one of the most beautiful vineyards of the entire Asolo Prosecco Superiore and Montello appellation, it can also be booked for conventions and guided tastings. Under the house is the barrique cellar where one of Giusti Wine’s iconic wines, Umberto I, rests.

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Country House Case Rolando

Guests can stay on the Rolando estate, the headquarters of Giusti Wine, and see for themselves what goes on in the vineyard. This is a truly unique experience in a comfortable welcoming ambience in the heart of the Treviso countryside, just a short distance from the hills of Montello.
Visitors can stroll through the vineyards on the estate, along a path where they can stop and rest on benches in the shade of the mulberries.
The focal point of this path is a small lake and tower in corten steel which offers a spectacular view over the vineyards, the Alps, the Montello area and the Piave River.

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Campagna finanziata ai sensi del reg. ue n. 1308/2013

Campaign financed according to eu reg. no. 1308/2013