Published by laradamoli
Posted on 01/11/2010
The area is known since ancient times for its particular territorial features, ideal for cultivating vines. Today it is one of the most famous places in Italy and in the world for the production of wine.
It is in the province of Verona, limited by natural boundaries: the Lessini mountains in the north, the river Adige in the south, the Adige valley in the west and the Valpantena in the east. It is divided into five municipalities, Sant’Ambrogio di Valpolicella, San Pietro in Cariano, Fumane, Marano di Valpolicella and Negrar, the last three are valleys.
Every municipality has very different features in terms of soil composition, so the wines of Valpolicella are very different from each other, depending on where the grapes are grown.
Moreover, the wines of Valpolicella are obtained from three-four local grape varieties: Corvina, Rondinella, Corvinone and Molinara. According to the process used for grapes, we can obtain very different wines: Amarone, Valpolicella, Recioto.
Valpolicella is also a land of historical sites and traditions, many important characters of history and literature lived here. This area has a rich architecture and culture, it is worth discovering.
Contact us at info (at) damolivini.com. We can agree on your wine tour at our winery and we are sure we can dedicate you the right time.
You can also contact us by phone: +39 3408762680. Thank you for your collaboration!
Contattaci direttamente via email o via telefono e ti faremo arrivare direttamente a casa i vini che desideri!
You can contact us directly by email or phone and we'll let you get the wines you want straight to your home!
Telefono/Phone: +39 3408762680