The Italian Queen of White Grapes.
This lean and minerally wine is composed of 100% Garganega, grown in red clay and limestone from the Veneto in Italy. The wine was vinified for three days on its skins, and everything after that was up to nature. A great alternative to Chardy if you’re feeling like trying something a little different.
- This wine was named “Arga” which is an ancient Sanskrit term for the Queen of Heaven, as Garganega is the Queen of White Grapes within the Berici Hills of the Veneto.
- Simone Ambrosini studied oenology at the Università di Trento e Udine and has been making wine for a decade.
- In 2018, he launched his own label, Indomiti, from a facility situated in his home town Vicenza within Veneto Italy.
- Garganega is typically used in Soave, a dry Italian white wine.