Lugana is a place located on the southern tip of Lake Garda. It’s a surprisingly unsuspecting place for wine to be made as the land is all flat, unlike the rolling hills of Piedmont and Tuscany.
The dominant grape here is an indigenous variety local to the region called Trebbiano di Lugana and it is most similar to the wines of Chablis or Macon, with its citrus driven profile and its potential to age well.
This particular one is produced in stainless steel and is all about capturing the flavour of the vineyards: think apples, lemons and peaches. It has a grippy texture and would be ideal with food. Its a serious wine and a great addition to a Sunday Roast.
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