The sea is still alive in the vineyards and in the bubbles of the Cà Rovere Classic Method sparkling wines
The calcareous soil forces the vines to dig deeply with their roots between the stones, and ensures that the grapes absorb and bring a strong minerality into the wine.
Reasoned viticultureEvery winemaker knows that a great wine comes first of all from care and attention to the vineyard. Cà Rovere has chosen to cultivate without the use of chemical herbicides and with low impact agronomic practices, implementing thoughtful viticulture, oriented towards environmental sustainability and the highest quality of the product intended as an expression of the terroir.
Low yield per hectareThe breeding system follows the philosophy of low yield for high quality. The company is in the process of fully converting to the Guyot system, which ensures greater exposure to sunlight and air, increasing the quality of the grapes.
Lifeblood for a quality wine
The vines were chosen according to the territory. Chardonnay, one of the main international vines, has adapted very well to the altitude and microclimate of the place. He has demonstrated the ability to best express the characteristics of the terroir in his grapes, transferring their characteristic flavor into the wine. It is harvested in mid-August.
It is the grape of excellence of the hills between Vicenza and Verona, as well as one of the oldest and most important native vines in Italy, whose origins date back to the Etruscan civilization. Its generous bunches with bitter almond aromas allow 3 harvests: at the end of August, for the sparkling wine (still not very sweet fruit); in mid-September, for the passito; in October, for a quality still wine.