Valpolicella Superiore is a deep and elegant red wine with aromas of plums, chocolate and leather on the nose. Smooth, balanced and complex attack where the tannins and the acidity give this wine a superbe structure. Vanilla, Cinamon and black fruits on the mid-palate. Intense and long finish.
Veneto in the north-east of Italy is a wine region known for producing Amarone della Valpolicella, fine Merlot-based IGT wines and Soave. Glera grapes contribute to 25% of the region production and are used for the famous Prosecco. The wines from this northern part of the country enjoy nowadays an international recognition.
Moderate Mediterranean climate
Azienda Agricola Dal Forno Romano
The soils in Veneto are rocky and majorly made up of alluvial soils. The region enjoys a protection from the harsh northern European climate by its location at the foothills of the Alps. The Adriatic coastal plains and river valleys are where Valpolicella, Amarone and Bardolino reds are produced. The soils are rocky, stony, pebbly and composed with alluvial based on chalk or volcanic origins, providing ideal conditions for growing the local grapes.