Dorona Criterio | Laguna Di Venezia

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Bianco
Veneto ( IT )
Dorona (Garganega) 100%
Enjoy it within 1 year.
11,5% vol.

Production and refinement

From a vineyard with clayey soil in Treporti, manual harvest of Garganega (locally called Dorona) in September.

Hand-pressed with skins and stems for a couple of days. It then passes into a demijohn where fermentation concludes. Maturation and refinement, bottling during the Easter period in the year following the harvest.

Organoleptic analysis

Visual exam

It has a deep yellow color, veiled.

Olfactory examination

On the nose, it expresses intense floral and vegetal aromas, with notes of ripe autumnal fruit standing out.

Taste test

In the mouth, it has a good body with excellent acidity.

Contents index

From the vineyard to the table: discover our wine

Ready for a journey to discover Dorona Criterio | Laguna Di Venezia ? We will now take you to delve deeper into every aspect of this exceptional wine through three key sections:

Cellar

Come and learn about the history and values ​​of the winery which passionately grows and transforms grapes into wine

Territory

Immerse yourself in the land that gives life to these unique grapes, discovering the climate and terroir that influence its character

Pairings

Get expert advice on the perfect pairings that will enhance both the wine and your meal

The cellar

Country: Italy

Region: Veneto, Venice

Hectares of vineyards: 1

Laguna di Venezia

Mauro Lorenzon defines himself as a "host" and has always been in love with wine. In 2009, he founded the association "Laguna nel bicchiere - Le Vigne ritrovate" and since then he has been selecting the best peasant grapes from the Venice lagoon, produced with maximum respect for nature for a small and selected production coming from the islands and peninsulas of Venice, signed "Laguna di Venezia."

Laguna di Venezia

His wines rediscover ancient winemaking techniques, capable of expressing the peasant way of making wine: spontaneous fermentations, only indigenous yeasts, no addition of sulfites, refermentation of the wine in the bottle, pied de cuve made with must and yeasts of ancient grains.

Region and territory

From Prosecco to Amarone: wines for every taste

Veneto

From Prosecco to Amarone: wines for every taste

Veneto

From Prosecco to Amarone: wines for every taste

Veneto

Grapevines have been cultivated in Veneto since the 7th century B.C., perfected by the Romans and continued in the Middle Ages. With Venetian domination from 1405, viticulture almost completely covers the territory, and Veronese wines, thanks to the Adige River, reach Venice. What sets this region apart from many others is the continuous commercial success of its wine products. From the late 18th century, the region experienced a crisis. However, the following century saw a qualitative leap in Venetian wines, also driven by the establishment of the Società Enologica Veronese in 1872. The first edition of Vinitaly took place in 1967.

Veneto has a complex wine production chain. Important areas include the Colline del Garda Veronese and Valpolicella, with Bardolino Superiore DOCG and Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG. Worth noting is the interregional Lugana DOC, between the provinces of Verona and Mantua. In the volcanic hills between the provinces of Verona and Vicenza lies the area of Soave Superiore DOCG, Soave DOC, and Gambellara DOC. The Colli Berici DOC, south of Vicenza, is known for its reds based on international varieties and Tocai Rosso. The Breganze DOC area, north of Vicenza, is renowned for its reds and whites based on Vespaiola grapes. In the Paduan area, there are the Colli Euganei with the Moscato Fior d’Arancio DOCG, while to the south lies the Friularo di Bagnoli DOCG. In Treviso, we find the Prosecco DOCG and the Colli di Conegliano DOCG. At the borders with Friuli is the Lison DOCG.

The presence of mountain ranges, hills, and vast plains provides significant temperature variations, mitigated near Lake Garda and along the coast. Veneto is therefore rich in diverse wines, made with both native and international grape varieties that find a second home here.

Lison Pramaggiore

The Lison-Pramaggiore DOC is located in the Venetian plain, between the Tagliamento and Livenza rivers, and involves the provinces of Venice, Treviso, and Pordenone. The temperate climate is influenced by the sea and favored by the good presence of winds. The denomination takes its name from Lison and Pramaggiore, a testimony to the presence of vineyards in the area since Roman times. The DOC was established in 1974.

The wines of the DOC are structured, balanced, with intense aromas of fresh fruit. Red wines range from ruby to garnet with aging and present notes of red fruit and spices. They are structured, soft, and warm wines, suitable for aging. Young white wines are straw yellow with greenish reflections, with floral and fruity notes and a marked salinity. It is advisable to consume them within a year of production to appreciate their freshness.

The temperate climate is influenced by the sea and favored by the good presence of winds.

Recommended pairings and dishes

Matching by concordance

A light and aromatic white, easy-drinking, to be paired in analogy with medium-bodied dishes of equal intensity.

Matching by contrast

A white wine with intense aromas, to be paired in contrast with creamy dishes with a certain fattiness: the freshness cleanses the palate and prepares it for the next sip.

Pairs well with

Fresh and soft cheeses, typical cured meats, delicate fish.

Matching by concordance

A light and aromatic white, easy-drinking, to be paired in analogy with medium-bodied dishes of equal intensity.

Matching by contrast

A white wine with intense aromas, to be paired in contrast with creamy dishes with a certain fattiness: the freshness cleanses the palate and prepares it for the next sip.

Pairs well with

Fresh and soft cheeses, typical cured meats, delicate fish.

Risi e Bisi

A Venetian first course halfway between soup and risotto, of ancient tradition: delicate, soft, creamy, and fragrant. A dish of great satisfaction.

Morlacco

A very ancient raw milk cheese produced in the Monte Grappa area: fragrant, delicate, tender but not soft, clean-cut, with dripping eyes, and a very salty taste.

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