Strada del Valpolicella

The most ancient traces of grapevine cultivation in Valpolicella date back to the fifth century B.C. In Valpolicella grapevines are cultivated at an altitude that ranges from 110 meters up to 480 meters above sea level.
The typical hilly setting is the terracing method done with characteristics dry walls (called “marogne”). The most common types of growing are the double and single bower. Nearly all the vineyards of the area are of the varieties Corvina (16%), Corvinone (26%), Rondinella (49%) and Molinara (9%). The following wines are produced in the Valpolicella region: “Valpolicella”, “Recioto della Valpolicella” and “Amarone della Valpolicella.”
verona enoteca
vino meroni
nicolis vino
venturini vino
san michele vino
trabucchi vini - strada del valpolicella
boscaini carlo vino

The Recioto and the Amarone, “passito” wines made from dried grapes, are produced according to a method known since ancient times that requires withering of the grapes on grids. At present the Amarone and Recioto della Valpolicella wines are “unique” on the national wine front, and highlight the capability of man to intervene technologically on a product in order to refine the product’s peculiar character.

vaona vino
bonazzi vino
mazzi vino
bussola vino

filippi vino
wine bonazzi
vino manara
viviani vino
tosetti vino
recchia vino
mizzon vino
bennati vino
bonamini olio
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