Dark red wine with aromas of red and black fruit, like plums and sour cherries, with a bit of spice and a hint of balsamic vinegar on closer inspection. Slightly higher alcohol, full-bodied, soft tannins, and long-lasting on the palate.
Risotto, spaghetti, stew, braised pork, herb sauce dishes with mushrooms, and red radicchio are arguably more of the pinnacle than the pinnacle.
From a small winery to today, the Tinagi Saint wine cellar of the Tambrini winery has become a grand manor producing internationally rated wines, and now the wines it produces have been dumped throughout Europe, America, and Asia.
Tinazzi - CA' DE' ROCCHI
This is a vineyard owned by the Tinazzi family, located in Lazise, Verona, in the heart of Valpolicella, in the juicing cellar of Sant' Ambrogio. It is equipped with modern winemaking and drying equipment for producing famous products such as Amarone Della Valpolicella and Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso. Winery StoryWork hard and set foot on the road of the outstanding manorIn the beginning, Tinazzi was a small business producing mainly wines from Verona and selling them locally. With years of hard work and sales growth, the business expanded to Lombardy and the whole of northern Italy. Now its wines have been dumped throughout Europe, America, and Asia. The company owns 72 vineyards, with four estates in Veneto and Puglia. Currently, it is managed by the founder's son Gian Andrea and his grandsons Giorgio and Francesca, respectively. The Tinagi San wine cellar in Puglia has become a great manor for producing internationally rated wines.
Corvina is a type of Italian wine grape that is also known as Corvina Veronese or Cruina. In 2010, the total global wine-growing area was 7,495 hectares (18,520 acres), with the exception of 19 hectares (47 acres) planted in Argentina in the Veneto region of northeast Italy. Corvina is blended with other grapes to make the light red regional wines Bardolino and Valpolicella, which have a mild fruity flavor and hints of almond. Corvinone, Rondinella, and Molinara are among the blends, as is Rossignola for the latter wine. It is also used in the manufacture of Amarone and Recioto.
Rondinella is a wine grape variety from Italy. The Veneto region of northern Italy accounts for nearly all of the total global growing area of 2,481 hectares (6,130 acres), and the grapes are used in wines from the Valpolicella and Bardolino wine regions. Rondinella is always present as a secondary constituent in these wines blended with Corvina (which DNA evidence has shown to be a parent variety), along with Corvinone and Molinara.
Molinara is a red Italian wine grape that, as of 2010, accounted for 595 hectares (1,470 acres) of planting land in Italy, almost entirely in the Veneto region. It adds acidity to the wines of Valpolicella and Bardolino, which are made from Corvina, Corvinone, Molinara, and Rondinella blends.
Veneto - the most famous of the 3 major producing regions in northeastern Italy
Veneto is a substantial and increasingly important wine region in the northeastern corner of Italy. Administratively it forms part of the Triveneto zone, along with its smaller neighbors Trentino-Alto Adige and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. In terms of geography, culture, and wine styles, it represents a transition between the alpine, Germano-Slavic end of Italy and the warmer, drier, more Roman lands to the south.
Veneto is slightly smaller than Italy's other main wine-producing regions – Piedmont, Tuscany, Lombardy, Puglia, and Sicily – yet it generates more wine than any of them. Although the southern regions Sicily and Puglia were for a long time Italy's main wine producers, this balance began to shift north towards Veneto in the latter half of the 20th Century. In the 1990s, southern Italian wine languished in an increasingly competitive and demanding world, while Veneto upped its game, gaining recognition with such wines as Valpolicella, Amarone, Soave, and Prosecco.
With fruity red Valpolicella complementing its intense Amarone and sweet Recioto counterparts, Veneto is armed with a formidable portfolio of red wines to go with its refreshing whites, such as Soave and sparkling Prosecco. Although much of the new vineyard area that supported Veneto's increased wine output was of questionable viticultural quality, today more than 25 percent of the region's wine is made and sold under DOC/DOCG titles.