In one of the most beautiful spots in the Illasivavalley, Italy, the grapes are grown and cared for to make the best Valpolicella. The parfum is filled with hints of little red fruits, cherries, forest fruits and flowers, infusing an elegant flavor with a slight tone of herbs. The taste is pleasant with a subtle bitter blended with fruitiness and acids for a crisp aftertaste.
Italian cuisine, pasta or grilled poultry.
Preparation of the wine
Palazzo Maffei produces grapes for the famous valpolicella wines. The composition is 70% corvine, complemented with rondinella(20%) and molinara (10%).
About: Palazzo Maffei
Close to the Lago di Garda, in Bardolino, Palazzo Maffei can be found. The corvine, rondinella and molinara grapes are able to grew perfectly in this region because of rocky and calcium rich grounds. Interesting fact: the grapes are harvest manually. After a stay of four months in tanks, the wines are ready to be drunk in its young years.
Veneto has always been one of the most important wine region of Italy. Veneto produces most of Italy’s wine. Red wines are made out of local grapes such as corvina, molinara and rondinelle and are produced with traditional methods. These traditional methods are now worldwide famous.