The Durella, an ancient vineyard, is said to date back to 1200.
It belongs to the Veronese Prealps and is best expressed and enhanced by the classic method. A thick skin, an important acidity at times almost angular.
With its wild and vigorous, exuberant and dynamic nature, does it make us think of something?
More than the description of a wine it would seem that of a music!
Music and wine. Wine and music, an ancient combination, an ancestral link.
“Let’s free in the happy glasses”, from Giuseppe Verdi’s Traviata, “But how beautiful wine is ….” by Piero Ciampi.
A powerful bond, a perfect match, even if risky, helps us to enter into what the wine wants to tell us!
Each person has their own music, each wine has its own song and this can influence their perception, taste, memory, mood.
And if Durella were music, what song would it be?
A symphony n.41 by Mozart? With harmonious and balanced proportions in perfect Mozartian style and contrasts between slow movements and sequences of timbral oppositions.
What’s love go to do with it by Tina Turner? Iconic, physical, logical! Sparkling and wild, Make my pulse react!
Bandiera Bianca, by Franco Battiato? Political, revealing, who aims at spiritual development, with a solid rhythm and a decisive and energetic attitude.
Stop and listen, three music and three different shades, tasting Durello Lessini sparkling classic method, because Durella is like good music!