Valpolicella


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Valpolicella

a dark, rich red wine from Veneto. [Ital. Hist.: NCE, 2990]
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As the chaps from Masi say - "tomorrow's valpolicella".
Valpolicella is often associated with the sort of cheap, lighter red you may knock back with pizza but Masi know different.
Amarone can be pricey but seek out valpolicella ripasso for a poor man's answer to Amarone.
Cov had been hoping to register Uruguay full-back Gaston Mieres in time for the game, but are still waiting for clearance papers to arrive from his previous club in Italy, Valpolicella, and have enlisted the help of the RFU in an attempt to speed up the process.
Basic valpolicella is enriched with the skins of dried grapes which have already been used to make amarone wines.
The wines of Soave and Valpolicella have been in our minds and on our shelves for a long time.
Valpolicella is famous for its reds and particularly Amarone made from partially dried grapes.
Taste the real thing and the difference can be quite a revelation: Soave Valpolicella and Chianti all show what I mean.
Local Valpolicella, poured from pitcher to tumbler in Italy's northeast, is one of the local wines destined for the table where it's considered splendidly and fuels spirited conversations in homes and trattorias.
"The Ailegrini Estates consist of the historic Allegrini property in the Valpolicella region, which produces several noteworthy wines, as well as an up-and coming property in the Bolgheri appellation of Tuscany, Poggio al Tesoro," he added.
Travellers on the trip to Venice will be able to enjoy the Prosecco hills and Valpolicella vineyards.
Many international attendees of SIMEI-Enovitis add on fact-finding trips to nearby wine regions such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Friuli, Trentino, Soave and Valpolicella.