Lieti Conversari has a golden yellow color and is very clear. The nose is a symphony of scents, clean and undamaged: honey, rosehip, cinnamon, nutmeg and black elderberry are dominant aromas of this wine. The aftertaste is spicy with chestnut and tobacco leaf combined with a fresh touch and a hint of sweet mineral that rises nicely to the nose. On the palate, the wine is like a silk cloth, cool and pleasant. It captivates the palate with sensations of ripe grapes and Tunisian mango. Round with a strong balance (sweet, sour, salt and bitter). The integrity of the grape gives a strange feeling but is in great harmony. Wine with an important matrix.
Manzoni Bianco is the most successful crossing that Professor Manzoni made during a number of tests between 1930 and 1935. From the mother grapes Pinot Bianco and Riesling this grape inherited its adaptation for different soil types. The grape is also mildew resistant and thus resistant to mildew. The grapes grow on moraine hills a stone's throw from Lake Garda. Here the grapes enjoy ideal lighting and a constant breeze that ensures perfect ripeness. The Manzoni Bianco ripens fairly late and is fermented for 1 month in new oak barrels and 6 months in older barrels, after which the wine is aged in stainless steel tanks. After this, the wine rests in the bottle for another 6 months.