What some others have said...
Of course, you don’t just have to take our word for it, here’s what the Wine Enthusiast Magazine and The Observer had to say:
“White spring flower and white orchard fruit aromas mingle with whiffs of beeswax on this fresh, polished white. The lovely palate shows ripe yellow apple, white peach and citrus zest before an almond and graphite finish” – Kerin O’Keefe, wine enthusiast magazine on the Soave Monte Tenda, 2018
“For many years, drinking the dry white wines of the Soave zone in the Veneto region of Italy was an exercise in cognitive dissonance. Watery and weak to the point of tasteless, they failed to provide the mellifluous, soft, easy charm promised by their name. As ever, greed was to blame: a boom in production had led to vineyards being planted in unsuitable areas far from the wines traditional home and producers maxing out the vines yield. Bland as they were, the wines filled the lists of generic Italian restaurants and shops, until drinkers moved on to the next big bland Italian thing: Pinot Grigio. Much of this ordinary soave is still made, but producers such as Gianni Tessari are now making something graceful but flavourful, floral and melon-scented that is worthy of the name” – David Williams, The Observer on Gianni Tessari Soave DOC