I’ve found that Valpolicella is the most amiable style of red wine from Italy. You can drink it young and fresh and enjoy its uncomplicated, soft and fleshy character. It matches well with charcuterie, antipasto and grilled meats.
Just 7 hectare of vines make up this family estate in Valpolicella, Veneto. They started in the 1940s and slowly the family has grown the holdings.
Valpolicella – An amazing region that is also home to the must be tasted to be believed Amarone wines made from air dried grapes. The standard Valpol is juicy, fleshy and amiable. Often one of the safer choices on an Italian wine list.
The varieties used to make Valpolicella Varieties are predominantly Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara. Generally they are quite bland on their own. It is not until they are blended together they make beautiful wines.