This prosperous wine appellation surrounds the beautiful city of Verona from the lake Garda to the eastern hills close to Soave.
Valpolicella has been a productive and well-known wine region since Roman times and some traditional winemaking methods are still used today.
Amarone della Valpolicella is one of the most renowned wines in the world and is a dry wine produced with dried grapes. It’s just like the Romans did here two thousand years ago, with some differences: the wine is dry and – of course – we put two thousand years of experience and technology in that.
Our vineyards are located in the eastern part of Valpolicella, on the hills overlooking Montorio and Illasi valleys.
Here we cultivate the local grape varieties Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella.
Montorio is located a few kilometres east of Verona and our vineyards are up on the fresh hills in the northern part of the valley. Vines are trained with the Pergola system, on limestone soils with a south-west exposition.
Our vineyards in Illasi valley cover the whole hill of Monte Tabor, enjoying all the expositions. Soil is made of limestone and we use the Pergola training system, as well as in Montorio valley.
The vineyards are organic and all of the wines are organic certified, according to the European regulations (learn more about our organic philosophy ).