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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. 

  • Veronese Red Wine

    Allegrini, La Grola Veronese 2015

    93 points James Suckling"Brambleberries, underbrush, bracken, cedar and loads of dark cherries and plums. Full body, fresh acidity and a tangy, medium-long finish. A very well poised red that’s beautiful to drink now, but should improve within a...

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  • Soave Classico

    Inama, Vigneto Du Lot Soave Classico 2018

    Jancis Robinson"Full bottle 1,335g. The name comes from the old Rupestris du Lot rootstocks the Garganega was grafted on. The vineyard lies within the Foscarino cru on basalt and volcanic soils and facing south-west. Fermentation in 30% new barriques and...

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  • Veneto Corvina

    Allegrini, La Poja Corvina Veneto 2012

    95 points James Suckling"Lovely depth of fruit and richness here with dark-chocolate, berry and spicy undertones. Full body, soft and polished tannins and a long finish. A superb wine. Fantastic." 93 points Wine Spectator"Rich aromas of smoke, spice and...

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  • Veneto White Wine

    Scaia, Garganega Chardonnay Veneto 2019

    Vinous Reverie NotesThe Scaia project was launched by Tenuta Sant’Antonio in 2006 with the aim of creating wines with a modern style outside the restrictions of the denomination system. This wine is a blend of 55% Garganega, the grape variety used...

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  • Veneto Sparkling Wine

    Tamellini, Metodo Classico Extra Brut 2010

    Jancis Robinson"100% Garganega cultivated on pergola, and this traditional method sparkling wine (24 months on the lees) from the 2010 vintage throws out of the window the persistent misconception that pergola cannot produce good or even great wine. This...

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  • Custoza White Wine

    Monte Del Fra, Ca' del Magro Superior 2015

    Jancis Robinson"40% Garganega, 35% Cortese ed Incrocio Manzoni, 15% Trebbianello, 10% Trebbiano Toscana. From a 40-year-old, 7-ha vineyard in the hills of Custoza and south east of Lake Garda. 100-150 m above sea level. Limestone, clay, gravelly and...

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