The name "Due" stands for the two grape varieties, the two years of ageing and the two fermentation processes. In other words, 1/3 of the grapes are dried and then poured together with the remaining juice in a 2nd fermentation. Garnet red; fine fruit aromas, including cherries, appear on the nose. Floral on the palate, lots of wild berries and soft tannins.
Gianni Tessari, born in Brognoligo in 1963, began to revolutionize the Soave together with his brother in the early eighties. Years of the Italian wine boom followed, in which the Tessari brothers played a decisive role. In the nineties the red varieties such as Amarone and Ripasso were added. 2013 was the turning point for Gianni Tessari. He left the family winery and now runs the Marcato winery in Roncà, which he now runs together with his wife and two daughters under the giannitessari label.