From ancient Roman times to the present, Valpolicella area has always been vocated to wine. The most "classic" version of the San Michele line is the Valpolicella Classico, a bright ruby red wine, with a fragrant, intense aroma and fruity notes of cherries and spices such as black pepper and cinnamon; soft and elegant on the palate. It is produced using Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes. Fermentation takes place after a soft pressing and maceration is carried out at a controlled temperature for 15-18 days. Subsequently, the wine ages in steel tanks for roughly 6-8 months before bottling. The term "classic" means that the wine is produced with carefully selected grapes coming from the most ancient, dedicated and traditional production part of the Valpolicella area.
Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella.
Fermentation in steel at a controlled temperature.
6 months after harvesting.
Colour: ruby red, with purple reflections, clear
With its appealing characteristics it can be matched throughout a meal. It can be appreciated as aperitif, with cold meats and soft cheeses. Excellent with first courses in general, pasta and risotto with meat, vegetables or fish and white meats.