Monte Stelle - Soave D.O.C. Classic

Monte Stelle

Soave D.O.C. Classic

This is a 100 percent Garganega fruit from a traditional, 60 years old, single, pergola-trellised vineyard called Monte Stelle (Stars mount) lying on the black lava rocks. It’s full, volcanically smoky, with a rich but still elegant character. It is generous, with flowery and orange-skin notes, and seamlessly balanced. There’s plenty of energy and structure packed in this wine, while remaining fresh and agile. Let’s look at the stars!

La Cappuccina
100% Garganega
La Cappuccina
750 ml
La Cappuccina
Serve at 10-12° C (50-54°F)
Monte Stelle - Soave D.O.C. Classic


Monte Stelle 2017

  • Slow Wine di Slow Food 2019

    Slow Wine guide 2019

    Conducono La CAPPUCCINA i tre fratelli Sisto, Pietro ed Elena. Basta una visita al vigneto sul monte Castellaro, selezione MONTE STELLE per toccare con mano la scelta dell’approccio biologico compiuta più di 30 anni fa: qui troviamo vigne di 60 anni con grappoli spargoli, produzioni parsimoniose, varietà clonali oramai perdute, un prato di erbe e fiori, un paradiso per farfalle, cicale e api di incredibile biodiversità.

    Terreni vulcanici, molti sassi di basalto nero per vini di mineralità e nerbo.

    Da acquistare senza remore, di profilo minerale, in grado di evolvere con il tempo.

  • Slow Wine by Slow Food 2019
  • Veronelli 2019

    Monte Stelle 2017 - Veronelli 2019  – 2 soli  / 2 suns

    Fontègo 2017 - Veronelli 2019  – 2 soli / 2 suns

    Soave 2017 - Veronelli  2019 –  2 stelle

  • Vinetia  Sommelier Veneto guide

    Vinetia  Sommelier Veneto guide

    Paglierino con riflessi verdi. Il suo profilo olfattivo è connotato da nettarina, pompelmo, mandorla, salvia, biancospino e una diffusa mineralità. Di gusto presenta un assetto che all’iniziale morbidezza contrappone forte spinta citrina e sapida, con piacevole finale amaricante. Giusta verticalità e un ricordo dal tocco vellutato gli donano bella beva. Solo acciaio con sosta sulle fecce fini..

Monte Stelle 2015

  • Decanter 2017

    Decanter 2017  bronze medal

  • Slow Wine di Slow Food 2018
  • Veronelli

    Veronelli – 2 soli  / 2 suns

  • Buoni d’Italia

    Buoni d’Italia – 3 stelle  / 3 stars

  • Vinous By A. Galloni

    Bright medium golden yellow. Aromas and flavors of herbs, orchard fruit and peach. Ripe and round but with good acid lift providing a light on its feet quality. Finishes saline and tactile. 100% Garganega.

Monte Stelle 2014

  • Slow Wine di Slow Food 2017

    Slow Wine by Slow Food 2017

    from 60 years old pergola-vines, Monte Stelle has an impressive minerality.

  • Gambero Rosso  – 2 bicchieri
  • Vinetia 2017 Veneto Sommelier

    Vinetia 2017 Sommelier Veneto – 3 rosoni / 3 suns 

  • Veronelli 2017

    Veronelli 2017 – 2 soli / 2 suns

  • Vitae Ais 2017

    Vitae Ais 2017 – 3 viti  

  • Wine Meridian 2nd Edition Italian Wines in the World

    Monte Stelle 2014  La Cappuccina

    2014 was not an easy year for Italian winemaking. However, the Soave MONTE STELLE appears be untouched by it. It proves that it is always difficult to hastily judge a harvest and that great wineries such as LA CAPPUCCINA are able to produce incredible wines from difficult vintages. In line with the LA CAPPUCCINA’s traditions, the MONTE STELLE has nice and refined minerals with elegant flower (acacia) and rightly ripened yellow fruit (peaches and apricots) aromas, with herbal (thyme and sage) overtones. The taste is flowing, nicely fragrant and an embittering finish. We chose to pair it with an asparagus risotto and we chose wisely.  Wine Meridian 2nd Edition Italian Wines in the World

Monte Stelle 2013

  • IWC - Silver medal

    Monte Stelle has been awarded a Silver medal at the IWC 2015.

  • Wine Enthusiast U.S. 2015

    Wine Enthusiast U.S.  88 La Cappuccina 2013 Monte Stelle Garganega (Soave Classico)  — K.O. (12/31/2015)
    Aromas of honeysuckle, jasmine and stone fruit lead the nose on this vibrant wine. The juicy palate delivers creamy white peach, green apple and honeydew melon alongside crisp acidity.

  • International Wine Challenge 2015

    MONTE STELLE 2013 has been awarded a Silver Medal  by the International Wine Challenge 2015 judges in London, UK.  Thank you!

  • Slow Wine of Slow Food 2015

    Slow Wine 2015 Slow Food
    Monte Stelle 2013 is excellent and affordable. A single-vineyard from old pergolas on basalt.
    LIFE – The name comes from the small church in front of the villa of the eighteenth century, in which the monks once officiated, in Costalunga di Monteforte d’Alpone. The new winery is located 200 meters behind the house. The three brothers Tessari, Sisto, Pietro and Elena, are the leaders of the company that is organic since exactly thirty years. The buildings, the park, the vegetable garden with fruit trees, the green vineyards, the outline of the hills, everything is harmony.
    VINEYARDS – The vineyards are within a few kilometers, they are planted for a small part with pergola and the rest Guyot, more suitable for organic farming. The soil is volcanic basalt and flooding near the Alpone river.

  • Vini d'Italia Gambero Rosso 2015

    Gambero Rosso 2015 – 2 glasses
    Monte Stelle 2013 is very good, played on the ripeness of the fruit.

    La Cappuccina is a well-established winery, but under the management of Sisto, Pietro and Elena it has become a point of reference for Soave. It boast around 40 hectares of vineyards in two plots: San Brizio at Costalunga and Pergola in Val d’Alpone. The decision to adopt organic farming practices dates back to 1985, when such an approach was still rare and adopted only by very motivated wineries. Today, production focuses on the classic grapes of the area in addition to small quantities of international varieties that are interpreted in attempt to bring out the best of the terroir. Our favourite was the Arzimo 2011, a Recioto di Soave that charmed us with its full fruit and harmonious palate bursting with sweetness but perfectly balanced. We also loved the new Soave Monte Stelle 2013, that pays on its ripe fruit to give richness to the palate without the help of sugars. Among the reds, we appreciated the fragrance and tautness of the Campo Buri 2010.

  • Espresso 2015

    Espresso 2015 – 3 stars
    Monte Stelle 2013 is well balanced and with a good complexity.

    Founded by the Tessari family in 1890 and today led by Sisto, Pietro and Elena, this winery, whose name derives from the small private chapel where it was once thought officiate the Capuchin friars, has earned over time a niche of fame. The seriousness in the work is reflected in a production – since 1985 marked by an authentic and “pioneering” organic farming – which is notable for versatility, consistency and reliability in the various types produced, between white, red and dessert wines

  • “Bibenda” 2015

    “Bibenda” 2015 Italian Sommeliers’ Association – 4 grappoli / 4 bunches
    intense and refined aromas of wisteria, acacia, toasted almonds and citrus zest. Fresh, with savory note that contributes to persistence. Fermentation and maturation in steel. Recommended in combination with risotto zucchini and goat cheese.
    The winery is located in Costalunga di Monteforte d’Alpone, a village at the beginning of the Alpone Valley, with its 1,500 hectares of vineyards is the highest density of vineyards in Veneto region. The company headquarters is in Villa Buri Tessari annexed to the chapel dedicated to San Giovanni Battista, where the friars once officiated and hence the name, while the logo is inspired by the styling of its bell tower. Sisto, Pietro and Elena Tessari are the soul of this reality whose motto is to preserve the natural heritage. Trebbiano di Soave, Sauvignon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Carmenére, Oseleta, a rare and ancient grape variety from Verona, and Garganega make up the pieces of this puzzle.

  • Vini Buoni d’Italia Touring 2015

    2015 Vini Buoni d’Italia Touring
    Very pleasant. With complex floral opening. Freshness is the canonical one. Good ending.

    Certified organic for many years : a pioneering choice and a vision of environmental sustainability as a value

  • Veronelli 2005

     2005 Veronelli 

    The name comes from the sixteenth-century chapel on the estate , where the monks once officiated. Tessari have made a cellar near the family villa, close to the Monte Capitello, with a special semi- drying room “fruttatio” on the top floor and an undreground cellar lying directly on the basalt hill floor.

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