Zenato Amarone is a blend of the more traditionally used grapes, Corvina and Rondinella, with a touch of both Croatina and Oseleta, two ancient grapes being revived in the region. Corvina is prized not only for its intense marasca cherry flavor, but its ability to stand up under the drying process. Used in small quantities Rondinella also fares well in drying, and contributes dark.
Cresasso is named for the pebbly soil in which it is grown, "sasso" translates as stone, and "cre" is the prefix of cretaceous. While the terrain was far from easy to cultivate, the native Corvina Veronese reaches optimal ripeness here. Cresasso is the product of extensive study and patience on the part of the Zenato family who sought to craft a wine that truly.
Zonchera is the local dialect name for the Zonchetta vineyard, located just south of La Morra in Barolo. Riccardo Ceretto preferred this traditional name for his first Barolo. This wine is aged in two parts, first for 12 months in barriques, and then for another 12 months in large French oak barrels.
This is a classic Barolo - light garnet in color with Barolo's.
An iconic wine made from 100% Corvina Veronese grapes grown in the
prestigious hilltop parcel of La Poja, this wine was created by Giovanni Allegrini,
originating from his passion for his native land. The combination of unique
geographic and climatic conditions of La Poja, along with a revolutionary
training system, has unleashed the full potential of this varietal, resulting in the
first wine ever made entirely from Corvina.
This silky and substantial red wine is made from 100% Sagrantino, a highly esteemed grape indigenous to the Montefalco Area of Umbria. It is unanimously agreed among the locals that the variety finds its highest expression in the hills surrounding Gualdo Cattaneo, where the combination of microclimate, elevation and unique soils makes it possible to obtain wines of truly exceptional character. The wine name.
In the late 1960's, founder Count Giuseppe Tasca decided to create a special reserve of Regaleali Rosso. He wanted to make a truly Sicilian wine that could age like the great international reds, such as Cabernet and Merlot. After selecting the fruit from the best parcels, and experimenting with careful oak treatment (something unheard of in Sicily at that time), Rosso del Conte.