The taste is delightful when paired with traditional confectionery from the Veneto region and marbled cheeses.
Where it's produced
The hills between the townships of San Pietro in Cariano and Negrar (Province of Verona, Italy).
Veronese pergola and Guyot.
Corvina, Rondinella, Corvinone.
How it's made
The grapes are dried in special sheds.
Intense ruby red.
An explosion of red berries.
Persistent, with notes of vanilla and almond.
Store in a cool place away from direct light.
· Alcohol content: 15% vol.
· Total acidity: 6g/l
· Residual sugar: 10g/l
· Dry extract: 35g/l