Made with native grape varieties of the Valpolicella DOC areasuch as Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella.The drying technique used gives this wine the elegance,structure and complexity that have elevated itto the top of the wine scene worldwide.
This wine is made from grapes grown in vineyards located in the Valpolicella DOC area and is obtained through the wine-making technique known as “ripasso”, or double fermentation. It is rich, warm and soft on the palate thanks to the velvety tannins that distinguish it.
This authentic wine comes from the organic vineyardslocated on the highest hills of the Valpolicella Classico zoneand reflects the values of tradition and sustainabilityat the base of our production philosophy.
The name Bardolino comes from the geographical positionof the production area, which is in fact the municipality of Bardolino.As one of the most popular Italian wines, also internationally,it stands out for its drinkability: not excessive in colour nor structure,it offers an intense bouquet of fruitand easily satisfies the palate.
The name of this famous wine comes from “Svevi” or “Suavi”,one of the peoples who attempted to conquer Italy in the Middle Ages. Some hold that Dante gave this city near Veronathe name Soave for the excellence of its wine.
Towards the south of Lake Garda, several white grape varietiescan be found, among them Trebbiano, Chardonnay, Garganega,Friulano, Malvasia, Riesling Italico and Cortese.These grapes, used with care, give birth to Custoza,a dry wine enjoyed since the sixteenth centuryin the area close to the lake.