Valpolicella Classico

Appellation
Valpolicella Classico DOC
Region
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Zone
Negrar
Varietals
Corvina 35% - Corvinone 30% - Rondinella 25% - Dindarella 5% - Molinara 5%
Wine Type
Red wine

Corvina

Vineyard extension
0.6 ha
Year of planting
2000, 2005
Soil type
Soil of alluvial origin, skeletal, with good drainage, calcareous
Exposure
South East
Altitude
250 masl

Corvinone

Year of planting
2000, 2005
Soil type
Soil of alluvial origin, skeletal, with good drainage, calcareous
Exposure
South East
Altitude
250 masl

Rondinella

Year of planting
2000, 2005
Soil type
Soil of alluvial origin, skeletal, with good drainage, calcareous
Exposure
South East
Altitude
250 masl

Dindarella

Year of planting
2000, 2005
Soil type
Soil of alluvial origin, skeletal, with good drainage, calcareous
Exposure
South East
Altitude
250 masl

Molinara

Year of planting
2000, 2005
Soil type
Soil of alluvial origin, skeletal, with good drainage, calcareous
Exposure
South East
Altitude
250 masl
Grape yield per hectare tons
12
Average production/year
6500 btls
Method of Harvest
By Hand
Vessel of fermentation
Stainless steel vat
Length of fermentation
8-10 days
Vessel of aging
Stainless steel vat, bottle
Length of aging
A few months in stell and 4 months bottle finishing

Tasting Notes

Serving temperature 16-18 °C

Pairings Suitable for the whole meal. Ideal with tagliatelle with meat sauce, white and red meat dishes, seasoned cheese

Color Bright ruby red with purple reflections

Nose Fresh and fruity, red cherry, hard black cherry, raspberry notes. Coffee and pepper notes in the background.

Palate Sapid and dry, with a good acidity that confers freshness and makes the wine very drinkable. Medium bodied, well balanced by a fresh acidity

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