Signore Giuseppe Valpolicella 2018

This young Valpolicella from Signore Giuesppe is filled with fresh red cherry and spice. Its medium bodied and goes great with a fresh tomato pasta or beef stew served with couscous. Drink now.

Valpolicella roughly translated means ‘the valley of many cellars’ and in Veneto, Italy you’ll see just that. Vineyards are hidden throughout the hills with vines stretching as far as the eye can see, from the hill tops to the valley floors and everywhere in between. By law, there are up to 12 grapes allowed in a Valpolicella blend these include Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella with small amounts of Molinara also added.

17/20, Wine Central Tasting Panel 

4 Stars, Joelle Thomson, Wine Writer "Valpolicella is the most romantically named Italian wine I can think of; it means the valley of many cellars. A name which could easily apply to many wine regions in Italy but which actually applies to part of the Veneto in the north east where three grapes are typically blended together; Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara. The result is a light bodied red with a savoury cherry flavour. Smooth, spicy and refreshing, it can even be served lightly chilled on a warm day."

Veneto, Italy

Corvina veronese 70%, Rondinella 20%, Molinara 10% grapes.
12%. abv.

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