The Corvina grape is widely planted in Veneto, a region in the Northeastern area of Italy. It’s known for being higher acid, mild tannin, mild fruit with a hint of almond. Look at it like a Sangiovese meets Pinot Noir. The Scaia has lovely notes of red currants and raspberries with a tangy and fresh mouthfeel. This wine is light body, aged in stainless steel and really has a freshness that leaves you wanting another glass. Pair this light and easy sipper with white meats, poultry or risotto. Serve slightly chilled for the most favorable representation of Corvina. Can age up to 4 years, but best to pop and pour now.