The third generation of winemakers continues to build on their family’s already incredible legacy. Recently, Antonio Galloni of Vinous referred to them as “one of Soave’s, actually Italy’s, most important producers” and talked about the “state of constant evolution and experimentation over the past few years” that has helped turn these gorgeous wines into perennial power houses.
Their method is simple but undeniable, and apparently hard enough to replicate that they continue to shine brighter than any of their neighbors. The white grapes are picked fully ripe, gently pressed and then left to settle before a temperature-controlled fermentation and spontaneous malolactic fermentation. This is why these wines are both beautifully balanced and aromatically expressive. Minimal filtering, minimal interference – pure expression.
When others’ follow this, they make pretty wines. But at Inama – these white wines amount to some of the most highly rated whites in the world.
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95 Points, James Suckling
Very ripe, yet discreet and so mineral and punchy, almost like smelling a wet rock. Bone-dry and crisp, yet elegant and textured. Really attractive and subtle with a linear, mineral finish. Delicious now, but will hold, too.
93-95 Points, Vinous
Crushed stone and flowers, underbrush and pear transform in the glass becoming more floral over time as the 2020 Soave Classico I Palchi Foscarino Grande Cuvée slowly unfolds. This is silky-smooth, with a balanced and attractive sweetness and juicy acids that motivate the ripe apple and green melon within. That’s when the minerality comes forward, mixing with pretty inner florals and gingery spice through the long and structured finale. This could emerge as a masterpiece.