Veneto wine region is one of the most important among all the regions of Italy. Venetian wines bring history and character to the table. Besides wines, the region that has a thousand faces offers its cultural and natural treasures to be discovered. Started with Venice that attracts millions every year, finished to little fairytale towns and cities with sublime cathedrals and charming waterways.
The indigenous red grape varieties Corvina and Rondinella have a long tradition and they are the basis for the famous Amarone, Valpolicella or Bardolino. A good Valpolicella is a ruby red in youth, then garnet red, he has a powerful body and is velvety-harmonious.
The famous red wine Veneto Italy is the Amarone. The dense, rich, and often expensive wine is made from air-dried, resinated grapes. The Amarone is also available in a sweet version under the name Recioto.
On the right bank of Lake Garda thrives on moraine hills with gravel and sand, where they produce Bardolino wines.