Aspri Spirits showcased a variety of Italian wines from house of Zenato

300Aspri Spirits one of the leading importers and distributors of premium wines & Spirits in India showcased the top quality wines from the famous Italian company Zenato on 27thNovember in Mumbai.

Zenato hails from the wine country Italy and was founded by Sergio Zenato in 1960. The Zenato winery is renowned for crafting Italian wines of exceptional quality at its Santa Christina Estate on the southern shore of Lake Garda. The winemakers are pioneers of Lugana, an expressive white wine produced with the local grape varietal, trebbiano di lugana, and also highly regarded for the production of outstanding Amarone reds.

Zenato has garnered numerous accolades including ten “Tre Bicchieri” or “Three Glasses” awards from the highly respected Italian food and wine magazine, Gambero Rosso.

In India Aspri Spirits imports and distributes red and white wines from Zenato. The red wines are Zenato, Amarone Della Valpolicella DOC Classico and Zenato Bardolino DOC. The whites are Zenato Lugana DOC San Benedetto and Zenato Soave Classico DOC.

Zenato wines are world renowned for their fruity delicate and floral aromas. At the wine tasting, Zenato wines showcased the highest level of quality; which had excellent, well balanced and slightly dense notes, a sign of great refinement, concentration and precision.

The uniqueness of Zenato wines is that the production remains well below the maximum yield allowed by local regulations, in order to bring out the very best of the grape by working in the vineyards with absolute care and discipline. The harvest takes place only when the time is absolutely right and in line with tradition, even though using innovative methods.

On the occasion Ms. Nadia Zenato, Commercial and Marketing manager of Zenato stated that, “These are exciting times for our brand in India,  as there has always been a good demand for our wines. The masses have not only accepted but also appreciated our wines for more than a couple of years now.”

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