Valpolicella-Veneto
Located northeast of the country, between Lake Garda and Friuli, in the provinces of Verona and Vicenza. Its name comes from Valpolicella "val polis cellae" meaning valley of many cellars, known for the steep ridges. Grape varieties grown Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara, which must necessarily participate in the mixture. For the production o...
Located northeast of the country, between Lake Garda and Friuli, in the provinces of Verona and Vicenza. Its name comes from Valpolicella "val polis cellae" meaning valley of many cellars, known for the steep ridges. Grape varieties grown Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara, which must necessarily participate in the mixture. For the production of Amarone, the grapes harvested after it is dried on mats or hung, and even in the same boxes that have been harvested, well extended to prevent the development of rot. Fluid loss during the drying period is almost 40%, which justifies the wine prices. Once pressed, about February following harvest, ferment leaving a very small sugar content between 2 and 6 grams per liter. The red wines are called Valpolicella, dry reds dried grapes are known as Amarone and dried sweet red grapes are called Recioto. These wines are dense, concentrated with lots of color, and body aromatic and fruity with a refreshing acidity. Deto alcohol content, easily 16% glacial pace that evolve over the years, and in the best cases decades.
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