Castello Carboncine is located in Treviso between the mountains and the Venetian lagoon and run by Isabella and Susanna Bellio Manera.
The sisters are very proud to preserve the grapes and the traditional styles of wines made in the area, as well as growing a rare corn (traditionally used to make a delicate white polenta) and breeding a local variety of buffalo.
Their Gazia is predominantly Chardonnay, with a small percentage of a local Riesling variety and is aged for 18 months in large acacia barrels. (Gazia means ‘acacia flower’ in the local dialect).
Elegant, delicate and Burgundian, this is one for Chablis lovers keen to try something new.