2018 vintage has been very peculiar, with tempe- ratures slightly above the average.
The 2017 vintage can be described as one of the most complex and difficult to manage in at least 30 years.
Winter 2015/2016 had a low rainfall rate, except of February.
The winter of 2014/2015, with its mild temperatures, did not allow the vines to rest completely, so that the vines were a bit sluggish in starting their new vegetative cycle in the spring.
As elsewhere in parts of Italy, Soave's 2014 vintage will be remembered as one of the most difficult, for its abnormal climatic conditions.
The seasonal pattern in 2013 was marked by a rather dry winter, not particularly cold but prolonged, that was followed by a spring of exceptional rainfall and with temperatures well below average.
The seasonal pattern was characterized by a dry, very cold, and prolonged winter which was followed by a cool and very rainy spring, with temperatures slightly below the average.
After a rainy and prolonged winter, there was an early and warm spring with temperatures above the seasonal average.
Balance was the key word that characterized the 2010 harvest for the grapes of Soave.
The 2009 harvest season was characterized by three distinct phases.