A young Venetian of noble birth, after having become the queen of Cyprus and bravely resisting the Ottoman uprising, she could finally return home where she was rewarded with the lordship of Asolo, where she finally lived happily, dedicating herself to culture and founding a famous cenacle artistic. This is a noble and asolo wine, just like Caterina. The pleasant foam smells of small flowers of hawthorn, which then turn towards the warmer and more sweet hues of the broom and of the yellow apple pulp, with hints of peach and honey. On the palate it is soothing and fragrant, firm in its sapidity and with a lively freshness, capable of leaving room for fruity and floral returns. Like Caterina, this wine leaves a long and elegant memory of itself. Pairing: grilled prawns with lime sauce.