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Foscarino Soave Classico 2021 - Azienda Agricola Inama
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A special Soave, with 94pts from Wine Enthusiast, 93pts from James Suckling and Wine Advocate, and 90pts from Wine Spectator!


Why do we love it?
You loved the Soave Classico from Inama Winery as much as we did. It's time to try its big brother, Foscarino Soave Classico Inama. Get ready for complexity, white flowers, and intense minerality! The 2021 year is special and has received 94pts from Wine Enthusiast, 93pts from James Suckling and Wine Advocate, and 90pts from Wine Spectator. No, we're not kidding!
The Inama family winery in the Veneto region has been producing wines that highlight the terroir of Soave for the past 40 years. The PDO regions marked "Classico" indicate that in these regions the history of wine dates back to Roman times. Over the years, the varieties that participated in them, of course, may have changed. What is certain is that it is these regions that make the wine and not the variety. Soave in particular, is an area with volcanic soil and a terroir unlike any other in Italy.
Giuseppe Inama, since 1960 understood the importance of old vineyards and invested in buying the best of the region. One of them is the Foscarino vineyard, located at an altitude of 100-200 meters and with a southern orientation, which is the best for the ideal ripening of the grapes. The age of the vines is on average 50 years and is responsible for one of the best Soave of the winery and the region. After soft pressings, 60% of the juice from soft pressings of the Garganega variety, was placed in French, oak barriques of the 2nd and 3rd use, 30% in stainless tanks, and 10% in large oak barrels, for 6 months. The 60%, which was in the barrels, is then transferred to stainless steel tanks where it remains for an additional 5 months, before becoming the final blend that will be bottled into a wine that is the epitome of the vinification of this particular variety and the entire area of Soave.
Foscarino Soave Classico Inama 2021, has acquired volume and complexity that is hard to forget and can be consumed within the next 11 years... This wine is not to be missed!






Tastes Like
In the glass, it is moderately lemony. On the nose, it takes time to open and release rich aromas of chamomile, evening primrose, bergamot, citrus, lime, vanilla, honeysuckle and almond.
In the mouth, it has a moderate (+) body, with refreshing acidity and, a creamy and slightly oily texture. Aromas of pear, citrus, lemon, grapefruit, jasmine, honey, vanilla, honeycomb, and almond framed by mineral notes with a very enjoyable aftertaste.
Technical stuff
Color White
Type Dry
Year 2021
Alcohol 12,5%
Origin Soave, Italy
Variety Garganega
Aromas Chamomile, evening primrose, bergamot, lemon, lime, vanilla, honeycomb, almond
Bottle Size 750ml
Barrique 6 months
Serving temperature 10°C
Aging 8+ years
Closure Cork
Organic No



Taste it with vegetable risotto, vitello tonnato, grilled fish, or lobster pasta.

Steamed mussels with white wine and black pepper

  • 1 kg mussels, whole (with shell) cleaned and scraped. Alternatively prefer frozen
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 clove of garlic chopped
  • 3 tbsps. of finely chopped fresh parsley
  • 1 glass of white wine, preferably Assyrtiko

Place the mussels without water in a large saucepan or pan on a high heat and add plenty of pepper. Cook for about 5 minutes until they open. Throw away mussels that will remain closed. Pour in the wine and leave it for a 1 minute in the heat until the excess of liquids is reduced.

Drain the mussels and hold the liquid left in the pan. Place the mussels in a deep platter. Drain the liquors from the mussels and pass them through a cheesecloth and then put them in a small bowl. Add the parsley to the bowl, stir, pour the mixture over the mussels, and serve.


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