In this chapter we present one of the most noble, tasty and famous wines of the Veneto region, the Torcolato from Breganze.
Torcolato from Breganze is a DOC passito wine (Denomination of Controlled Origin) with a sweet, velvety and decisive mouthfeel, with a yellow color and the intense aroma typical of raisins.
Its production is allowed in the province of Vicenza and, more precisely, between the valleys of the Astico river and the Brenta river, including several locations such as the hills of Breganze, the old walls of Marostica and the famous Bassano del Grappa.
To produce this typical dessert wine, which is certainly one of the most prized and appreciated wines of the Vicenza area, 85% Vespaiolo grapes are used and, for the remaining 15%, Tocai, Garganega and Durella grapes. The processing requires time and patience, in fact after the harvest, the grapes are left to dry in the ventilated barns or in suitable premises.
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