In the hills around Gambellara, a sleepy village east of Verona, Garganega vines find a foothold in dark layers of stony basalt, a special feature of this area responsible for giving local wines a mouthwatering bite you won’t find in surrounding appellations. Davide Vignato isolates his oldest vines from his highest-elevation parcels, trained in the region’s traditional pergola system and pampered by biodynamics, for this bottling. A notably racy Garganega, it grips the palate with a crunchy, creamy, and salty sensation directly tied to its genesis in volcanic rock.