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VALPOLICELLA SUPERIORE DOC "CAMPO PROGNAI" Latium

  • Region: Veneto
  • Type: Still Red Wine
  • Proof: 15%
  • Wine Variety: 70% Corvina/Corvinone, 20% Rondinella, 10% Croatina/others
  • Place of production, aging, service temperature: Mezzane di Sotto and Valle d'Illasi. Calcareous - clayey soils. Aging 12-15 months in 500 liters oak barrels, and 6 months in bottle. Service Temp. 16-18 degrees.
  • Uniqueness: the same characteristics of Valpolicella expanded by an incredible softness that never falls into an undesired pastiness.
€ 17.90
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A grape of Uva Corvina
Historical notes

Soft and Fragrant

It is an ancient native wine present in about 19/20 municipalities north of Verona. For the composition read above the Historical Notes of “Valpolicella DOC - Latium Morini”. In addition to the basic composition of Valpolicella, even for the "Riserva version" there is a small part of the Croatina vine variety. This vine dates back to the Middle Ages and seems to be born in the Oltrepò Pavese (in Rovescala) even if, in smaller quantities, it is found in Piedmont, Veneto and Sardinia. In Oltrepò it is also called Bonarda but it is different from the "Piedmontese Bonarda". It has good resistance to mold and diseases, especially the Oidium. Vinted in purity, it provides soft and fragrant wines, alcoholic and slightly acidic, even if it is traditionally combined with other vine varieties.

Native stories

To astonish foreign guests

Your foreign guests are sincerely interested in Italian uniqueness. To surprise them, you order a risotto with grapes and toasted pine nuts, and a filet with porcini mushrooms. You want to amaze without falling into the usual well-known Amarone. For this reason you choose the Valpolicella Superiore that will amaze everyone for the harmony and the elegance of the combination.

The Territory

Mezzane and Valle d'Illasi

The Latium Morini Valpolicella Riserva comes from the areas of Tregnago, Mezzane, Illasi and Mezzane.

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