Roncà is a small town just a few kilometres from Soave, in the eastern part of the denomination. Part of its fame is due to its wine; many people, in fact, still maintain that the village takes its name from the wine, called Soave for its smooth tastiness.
The straight Soave from this estate is straw yellow with pale green highlights. On the nose, multi-faceted fragrances of ripe melon and yellow orange, jasmine and camomile complement pungent rosemary and mountain-grown hay. Appealing and well-balanced on the palate, with lingering, aromatic melon and citrus that push through to a crisp finish hinting of dried almond displaying a vibrant vein of minerality.
The Soave Superiore (Vigneto Runcata) is gold-yellow in appearance. Generous, stylish bouquet of broom and almond blossoms, peach, apricot, camomile, vanilla, and sulphur on the nose, with a clean vein of minerality, concluding with pungent sage and rosemary.