Veneto

The Veneto is one of Italy's most important wine regions.With Amarone, Valpolicella, Soave , Bardolino and may more. The Cities of Verona, Venice and Soave stand out to me. I enjoy visiting them The Veneto is a gem of a region in the northeast corner of Italy. Bound on the west by Lake Garda, on the north by the Dolomite Mountains and on the east by the Adriatic Sea, the landscape of the Veneto is rich and varied. From the grandeur of crumbly old Venice, to the medieval flavor of Bassano del Grappa, and on to Belluno, a striking town that's a gateway for visiting the Dolomites, the Veneto makes a fascinating region to explore.

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  1. Amarone 2011 DOC Caterina Zardini Magnum
  2. Amarone, 2011 DOC,Campagnola, Magnum

    Amarone, 2011 DOC,Campagnola, Magnum

    Reg. Price: $80.00

    Now: $70.00

    Vinification Soft pressing of the grapes in December/January, followed by a 30-days maceration on the skins. Ageing 60% of the wine is refined for 24 months in big Oak barrels, and 40% of the wine is refined for 18 months in new French barriques from Allier oak, then 6 months in the bottle. Learn More
  3. Rose' 2016 Bardolino Chiaretto Roccolo del Lago, Organic

    Rose' 2016 Bardolino Chiaretto Roccolo del Lago, Organic

    Reg. Price: $12.99

    Now: $9.99

    Tasting Notes. Soft pink color. Fresh and fruity bouquet (peach and cherry). Learn More
  4. Valpolicella Ripasso, 2014 Superiore , Montere by Ca de Rocchi

    Valpolicella Ripasso, 2014 Superiore , Montere by Ca de Rocchi

    Reg. Price: $24.99

    Now: $19.99

    Ripasso, the Wine Valpolicella gets "another passing" on the grapes pressed to make Amarone Learn More
  5. Valpolicella, Classico, 2014 DOC, Campagnola, 375 ML

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