Drinkable berry valpolicella.
Terroir, method of preparation and maturation: The vines grow in the pergola Veronese form on rugged, calcareous soil in the hills of Mezzane. The grapes are collected from a 30-year-old orchard, where grapes are traditionally grown as mixed crops. The grapes were harvested by hand in mid-October. After removing the stems, the wine ages in steel tanks at 26-27°C for about 10 days, followed by 10 days of maceration. The wine matures in steel tanks for 12 months before it is clarified with bentonite, filtered and bottled.
Use: Light meat dishes, pasta and raw sausages. Versatile food and social wine.
Description: The scent is cherry and a hint of cloves. The medium-bodied mouthfeel is tinted by sour cherry and blackberry aromas. Pleasant acid balance.