Veneto is the most productive region of Italy. Its most prolific sector is Verona, with whites in the Soave appellation and reds in Valpolicella and Bardolino. That said, Veneto wines are not all destined for everyday consumption and are distinguished by very singular expressions, the most remarkable type being Amarone di Valpolicella. Amarone benefits from a very specific elaboration since made from partially dehydrated grapes on racks. Produced on the surface of Valpolicella and made from the same grape varieties, it is vinified in dry form, therefore without residual sugars, unlike the Recioto della Valpolicella, also from a vintage that has been dried. 

  • Case Paolin, Treviso Extra Dry NV, Prosecco DOC

    Case Paolin, Treviso Extra Dry NV, Prosecco DOC

    89 points Wine Enthusiast "Citrus blossom, pear and a whiff of wild herb aromas carry over to the palate along with white peach and a hint of lemon drop. It's bright and creamy, with lively acidity and a soft mousse." (12/2017) Winemaker...

  • Inama Soave Classico DOC 2016

    Inama Soave Classico DOC 2016

    91 points Vinous "Bright straw. Pear and apple on the fresh, deep nose. Then juicy with clean flavors of apple jelly, white stone fruit and minerals; has good weight and texture. Finishes clean, fresh and with a delightful crystalline quality. Very...