14 September 2022

We work daily very hard to deliver the best wine we can. We do it taking care of our land, constantly innovating and working with people that really belive in our project. It is with pleasure that we are sending you the latest reviews by James Suckling.

 

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2017 – 93 pt

Tarry dried cherries, dark chocolate, Christmas spice and some figs and leather on the nose. Rich and flavorful with bittersweet dates and black chocolate. Still fresh and juicy, with polished yet tightly wound tannins. A solid Amarone. Drink or hold.

 

Ripasso della Valpolicella Classico Superiore DOC 2019 – 91 pt

Quite a rich nose, with dusty berries, chocolate crust, licorice and sweet autumn spices. Generous and welcoming with juicy, sweet-sour berries and red plums, rounded by silky tannins in the medium-bodied palate. Drink now.

 

Massimo Rosso Veneto IGT 2020 – 92 pt

Aromas of spiced, cocoa-dusted cherries and raspberries, with hints of dried orange peel and chocolate. Medium-bodied with polished, chalky tannins and tangy acidity. Refreshing and juicy, with a fruit-oriented palate and hints of spices at the end. Firm finish. Drink or hold.

 

Antonio Montello – Colli Asolani DOC 2018 – 91 pt

Dried strawberries and raspberries with vanilla, licorice and crushed stones. Medium-bodied with a polished texture, mellow red-fruit character and a spicy edge. Flavorful finish. Drink now.

 

Longheri – Pinot Grigio delle Venezie DOC – 91 pt

This shows aromas of lemons, orange zest and sliced apples with some floral notes, too. Medium-bodied with a round texture. Clean and focused, with fresh and crunchy fruit character. Delicious and vibrant. Drink now.

 

Dei Carni – Chardonnay IGT Trevenezie – 91 pt

Attractive aromas of sliced apple, white nectarine and honeysuckle. Crisp and zesty on the palate, with notes of flashy lemons and pear-drops. Round texture and vivid acidity with a flavorful finish. Drink now.

 

Sparkling wine – Giusti Rosé Brut – 90 pt

Dusted red cherry, rose petal, grapefruit and some chalk to the nose, followed by a crisp and fizzy palate that’s dry and chalky, with a mouthwatering finish. A blend of chardonnay, pinot noir and recantina. Drink now.

 

Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Dry – 90 pt

Dusted chalk, lemon and sliced apple on the nose, following through to an off-dry palate with a delicate mousse. Simple, fresh and balanced. Drink now.

Our Identity

“Wine, like art, is matter, colour, light, satisfaction of the senses, madness and reason, patient research and endless passion.”
Ermenegildo Giusti

Ermenegildo Giusti is a staunch supporter of vine-growing that respects both the environment and the beautiful surrounding countryside. Quality is the company's top priority, but it also has a strong sense of hospitality and strives to give everyone who visit its estates an experience they will not forget. These qualities are conveyed in every glass of Giusti wines.

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Back to our Roots: with a nobility title going back to the 1600, in 2004 Ermenegildo Giusti, Noble of Conegliano, revived an old family tradition and restored from the ashes of time his cultural heritage. Although his father Augusto Giusti, born in Venissieux France, produced and had a living passion for wine, Ermenegildo Giusti started his journey later in life. This journey started with the purchase of two-hectare property where Giusti Wine was to be established. The Italian company Giusti Wine was in fact developed from the original Dal Col vineyard owned by his wife’s family, which dated back to 1945. Although just a small estate with a few hectares of land it was highly renowned for its traditional, quality production of Prosecco, Bianchetta and Verdiso wine. In Italy the company’s full name is Società Agricola Giusti-Dal Col srl. Giusti Wine developed very rapidly. From the first vineyard planted in 2002, today it includes an area of approximative 75 hectares producing white and red wines.

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

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