The company, since it was born in 1935, has always produced wines from red berried grapes. In 2015 Carlo wished to realize a product that can enrich his wines offer. He experiments this challenge with the grape “Garganega”. Garganega is a grape peel hard, particularly yellow, almost red when it is ripe. The grapes after the harvest are softly pressed with pneumatic presses. Only after careful evaluations, Carlo decides to use the “bâtonnage" technique. Thanks to this technique Meroni, white wine 3516 acquires an increase of the wine’s body sensation and a better development of certain aromas. This operation takes about six months and it consists in keeping suspended the "noble lees" shaking the wine after alcoholic fermentation.