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Veneto competes for the position offirst regionof Italy in terms ofvolume of wine production. Among the wines produced in the region are world famous names, such asAmarone, Recioto, Soave,Prosecco,Valpolicella. One of the reasons for Veneto's great success in the wine sector is its heritage of indigenous varieties white like Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave and reds like Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara among others. The other reason is the territorial diversity, with areas characterized by alluvial or volcanic soils, with mountainous or flat areas, which allow the production of wines of different types, from light and delicate whites to reds with great body and power.

Continental climate in the interior plain, with low temperatures during winter and intense heat in summer except for the Adriatic coast where we have a more Mediterranean climate and close to thel lake garda with its mitigating effect.

Among several wine-growing areas such as Bardolino, Colli Berici, Colli Euganei, Prosecco, the Valpolicella and Soave .


The most famous red wines of the Veneto are the reds of Valpolicella, first of all the Amarone .

Valpolicella is a land characterized by a moderately continental climate because it arises from the encounter between the subcontinental climate typical of the Po Valley and the microclimate of Lake Garda, the largest Italian lake that mitigates temperatures by creating a Mediterranean-type microclimate in the areas. that surround it. A tangible sign of this influence is the presence of the olive tree.

Valpolicella has been generated by alpine orogenesis. Therefore, the soils are mainly calcareous, although in some areas there is a clay and basaltic / volcanic soil.

The wines are made with autochthonous varieties of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella the most common.).

The most typical references are:

  • Valpolicella DOC
  • Amarone DOCG,dried raisined wine, aged for a minimum of 2 years
  • Ripasso DOC,with refermentation of the wine "Valpolicella DOC", on the remaining skins of the alcoholic fermentation of the "Recioto della Valpolicella" and / or "Amarone della Valpolicella"
  • Recioto della Valpolicella, naturally sweet red wine from raisined grapes in a closed environment



In the Soave area, east of   Verona and Valpolicella, the most emblematic white wines of Veneto are producedwithvarieties autochthonous from Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave.



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