Google Earth Position:
45° 27’ 45.30
N 11° 14’ 01.85 E
Commune maps included: Soave F1-2-3-4-5
Toponyms: F1 Dami, Zotti, Moggie, Danni, Casa Nuova Fanfarini, Calprea,Alberti, Scalette, Locato, Cerroni
F2 Moggie, Calprea, Biasi,Fiorani, Fratta, Zotti, Ferraretta, Alberti, Calprea, Maddalene
F3 Sponde, Cà Perfetto, Binaghi, Crearoli, Tamellini, Spiagola, Toresella, Tarente, Lavandaro, Crearolo, Pressi
F4 Locato, Cerroni, Alberti, Binaghi, Tamellini, Lavandaro, Anguare, Cassetta, Lelli, Cercini, Lavanderia
F5 Lavandaio, Lavandaro, Bosci, Piana, Caucciolo, Monteggioli, Schiavette, Letti/Leffi
This is surely one of the most significant geographical units of the denomination. The name derives from castrum ecerini (1263) but also from castelberto to whom the parish was dedicated. Today this area has been extended, still within the municipality of Soave, to include an area of the Colli Scaligeri: the locality of Recoaretto and its districts Pressi and Tamellini. It is the geographical unit with the most hectares of vineyards in the Soave Classico.
slopes. The texture is more loamy clay-clay and more clayey in depth. (2 Bb)
The surfaces to the west are instead characterized by slopes of 10% to 30% degrees and moderately deep soils of clearly calcareous origin. The texture is a deep clay-loam. They are extremely calcareous and moderately alkaline soils. (2Aa2)
From a pedological point of view, this geographical unit represents an ideal synthesis of the Soave system. To the east towards Fittà, soils are of volcanic origin with a moderately steep basaltic matrix on the summits but also with vertiginous slopes in the
Similar to the nearby Fittà district, Castelcerino is characterized by higher average annual rainfall (from over 1,000 meteorological reports gathered over the last 20 years). The average temperatures are relatively mild, and so the daily temperature swings are not among the highest.