Azienda Agricola Volcanalia
At the far end of an unspoiled valley above the town of Gambellara in the Veneto, Rossella Mastrotto tends to 8 acres of Garganega. She named her estate Volcanalia indicative of the rich balsaltic soils and the the site's ancient Roman origins. After leaving her job in 2014 and traveling to every corner of the wine world, Rossella returned to nuture this neglected plot of family land. Rosella is focused soley on Gargangea. The vines are trained to overhead pergolas as is traditional in the region. Rosella truly makes some incredible interpretations of the varietal: including methode champenois, skin-contact, and recioto.