From Vine to Table


"The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines "vinification" as "the conversion of fruit juices (such as grapes) into wine by fermentation". In its simplest form, wine making consists of crushing harvested grapes to extract their aromas and flavors, fermenting the resulting pulp, filtering the fermented product, and aging and bottling what remains. "

Processing the Grapes

In the minutiae of wine making lie the miracles of the final product. The grape qualities are defined by variety, geography, soil, climate (and micro-climate), ripeness, and sugar content, among other considerations. The fermentation process, catalyzed by yeasts, converts the glucose and fructose sugars of the grapes into alcohol. Depending on the wine, fermentation may be repeated before transferring the liquids to vats, casks, vats, or bottles for further refining and aging. Tests are performed throughout the entire procedure to ensure desired characteristics and quality.

The Bottle

Every bottle of wine tells a story. The shape and color of the glass have their meanings, and the information on the label will explain a lot of what you can expect when you uncork or unscrew the cap. The label will state what kind of wine is in the bottle, when-and-where the wine was made, and who made it.

Sartori, noble wines devoted to Verona

The fascination with a history, the tight bond with a region, the power of a personality embodied in elegant wines that narrate the most intense of love stories: that of Sartori for Verona.

Follow us: