Memories of Verona
A setting for the famous Shakespeare’s tragedy and one of the most romantic Italian cities, Verona has enchanted many visitors. However, there is more to it than Romeo and Juliet. Brimming with architectural gems, ancient ruins, excellent restaurants and superb wine bars, the city is a paradise for history buffs, Italophiles, foodies and wine lovers. Last - but not least - in the province of Verona we have the viticultural area of Valpolicella : an intensely beautiful region, whose name comes from “val polis cellae” and means “valley of many cellars”, and is also one of the oldest wine producing areas in Italy - characterized by the steep, vine-laced ridges that run alongside its gurgling mountain streams. The majority of people are familiar with the wonderfully unique Amarone Della Valpolicella wine, produced from loft-drying only the select grapes to produce a lavishly fruity, yet dry red capable of considerable aging.
Valpolicella Classico '19 - Meroni
Valpolicella Ripasso '17 - Antolini
100g Monteveronese Stagionato