Press Reviews

Tenuta Santa Maria Lepiga Soave DOC

Produced from the typical white Veronese Garganega grape and cultivated with low yields, this Soave presents a complex bouquet of exotic fruits, pears, peaches, herbs and almonds with a generous minerality and hints of toasted vanilla. A pleasant surprise to the palate, rich and compact in the mouth while sustained by fresh acidity and persistence. The variety’s distinct flavor intensifies the softness of the wine.

James Suckling on 2021 vintage

A fresh and crisp Soave that shows sliced apples, pears and a hint of white almond. Bright acidity cleanses the palate before a pithy and refreshing finish.

James Suckling on 2020 vintage

Intriguing nose of lemon sherbert and nougat that turns more spritzy on the medium-bodied palate, over a base of mineral and nutty spice. Interesting white. Drink now.

Italian Wine Guy on 2018 vintage

Rich and complex in the glass it offers fatty notes reminiscent of butter, white chocolate and withered flowers. Medium body, simple structure and a luminous finish. Drink now.

James Suckling on 2018 vintage

Cooked apples, preserved lemons and waxy orange peel. Medium-bodied and fruity with pretty, pear-drop character and some subtle acidity crunch. Drink now.

James Suckling on 2016 vintage

Smoky aromas, as well as violets, lemons and some slate. Medium body, bright acidity and a clean finish. Drink now.

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