Tenuta Maso Corno is a winery located in the Lessini Mountains in Italy. The cellar extends onto a terrace suspended over the Ala stream and overlooks the Adige valley. The dolomite-limestone soil and the foothills air together with the morning exposure make the wines of Maso Corno unique. The winery uses grapes that have been grown for over thirty years and have developed characteristics of robustness, generating wines of character and class. The owner, Giulio Larcher, has expanded the cultivation of vines throughout the property using offspring clones of the original vines and making choices that respect the historical-environmental typicality and quality.
Fermentation is done in steel barrels at low temperatures for 12 – 14 days.
Aging in large oak barrels for 12 months, minimum stay in the bottle for 12 months.
The straw yellow color with greenish reflections and the immediate hints of elderflower and aromatic herbs of Declivi at Maso Corno lead you to approach this Sauvignon Blanc with ease, which conquers the taster from the first sip.
In the mouth it enters soft and full-bodied, with the clear volumetric perception of a consistency that can be “chewed”. This is followed, remaining for a long time, by the pleasant freshness and marked sapidity.
The persistence of the aromas in the mouth is also long, revealing the highly enjoyable, well-balanced varietal aroma.
Perfect to be appreciated in all its aromatic nuances if drunk by the glass for lovers of the genre. Goes well with delicate dishes based on asparagus or fish dishes with herbs.