The Marangona winery’s vineyards are located in Pozzolengo on the border between Veneto and Lombardy, in northern Italy. This area is particularly suited for the production of white wines, thanks to a terroir characterized by clay and white limestone, and by the mild lake climate which favors the full ripening of the grapes.
The winery gets its name from a bell whose tolling marked the beginning and end of hard work in the fields. The bell rang inside the courtyard of a delightful seventeenth-century farmhouse which still houses the winery and cellar, added in the 1970s. Everything is managed by Laura and Alessandro, who have chosen to work organically in the vineyard and cellar.
Trebbiano di Lugana is the most widely planted variety, and makes up most of the total production. Their wines are true representatives of the territory and offer a distinctive and personal style. Tre Campane and Cemento are two labels not to be missed, and we have therefore selected them for you (wine tasting options).
It is the selection of Marangona. From vineyards of over 40 years of age, deeply rooted in the clayey calcareous soil. Soft pressing and fermentation in steel tanks at low temperature. Aging on fine lees kept in suspension in non-vitrified natural cement tanks for 10/12 months. Bottle aging for at least another 6 months.
We liked Tre Campane because it expresses great freshness, minerality, complexity and body. Its aromas are very fine and complex. It has delicate citrus and floral hints. In the mouth it is persistent with a slight finish of bitter almond. It is a first-class aperitif and will go great with all lake fish dishes.
Grapes from vineyards of at least 40 years of age, deeply rooted in clayey-calcareous soil. Grapes de-stemmed and fermented with the skins in non-vitrified natural cement tanks. Aging on fine lees kept in suspension for 10/12 months in non-vitrified concrete tanks. Further refinement in the bottle for at least 6 months.
Cemento is pleasantly fresh, has aromas of white flowers and white pulp fruit, with a well-balanced structure and a very enjoyable drinkability. It is also an excellent aperitif, and an obligatory choice for lake fish first courses such as risotto with tench.