Active from 1967, Stefano Inama's winery is enjoying great success and is currently among the most popular Soave wineries. It has a beautiful terrace vineyard on Monte Foscarino, one of the denomination's most significant crus. It also works well in the Berici Hills. The Soave vineyard, on basaltic soils of volcanic origin, is obviously dedicated to the Garganega and is grown using the traditional Veronese pergola. While on the Berici Hills, Stefano Inama gives vent to his red-wine creativity, working the Carmenère in symbiosis with those clay soils.
Inama is an organic winery, whose labels are inspired by beautiful sixteenth and seventeenth century prints. The wines are extremely territorial, from the rich and tasty sapidity of the Soave Vin Soave to the more soft and refined Vigneti di Foscarino. The role of international grape varieties, which in the Soave district undergo a sensational volcanic interpretation, starting with the Sauvignon Vulcaia Fumé, is decisive. The red wines, from the Berici Hills, are striking for their elegance and warmth, from the more rustic and decisive Carmenère Più to the Bradisismo, with its sweeter and smoother tannins, and its crispy and lively fruit taste.