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"This Valpolicella has the tase of wild berries and cherry flavors. The color has matured and is now a light garnet color. On the finish the tannins have soften and a hint of fresh sweetness. This Valpolicella is ready to be enjoyed now with antipasti and lighter fare."
"From the estate of Corte di Saline, Mondragon, and Fumane, where vineyards have been cultivated for centuries, the Count Luigi Fratta Pasini produces grapes of rare quality, that are turned into wines of excellence in our cellars, in the heart of Valpolicella Storica." -Winery
"Valpolicella, red wine from the Veneto region in north east Italy. The Valpolicella, like a number of other historic areas of Italy, saw its production zone greatly enlarged when it achieved DOC status in 1968. The historical zone, north west of the town of Verona, encompassed the hills from Sant'-Ambrogio in the west to the outskirts of Verona in the east."
"The name Valpolicella is derived from a mixture of Latin and Greek, as in 'the valley of many cellars.' Corvina has historically been regarded as the best grape of Valpolicella, being used to produce a wide range of styles, all from the same hills. The youthful wines ressemble a good Beaujolais in that they can be enjoyed chilled and have, at their best, a delicious sour cherry character." -Jancis Robinson, Oxford Companian to Wine