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Villa Spinosa, Italy

Villa Spinosa Valpolicella Classico, Veneto, Italy

Villa Spinosa Valpolicella Classico, Veneto, Italy

Villa Spinosa's 2022 Valpolicella Classico captures the spirit of the historic Valpolicella Classico zone in Veneto, Italy. This young and vibrant wine, with its roots deeply embedded in the traditional viticultural heartland, offers a delightful experience akin to a scenic stroll through the picturesque valleys of Valpolicella Classica.

Product Details:

  • Varieties: Principally a blend of Corvina Veronese, Corvinone, and a small percentage of Rondinella
  • Geographical Location: Estate’s vineyards in Jago and Costa del Buso (Negrar in Valpolicella) and Figari (Marano di Valpolicella), hilly areas in Valpolicella Classica
  • Vineyard Characteristics:
    • Altitude: Between 230 and 423 m above sea level
    • Exposure: East (Negrar in Valpolicella) and west (Marano di Valpolicella)
    • Soil: Marine sediment, calcareous, not very deep, and of average fertility
    • Planting System: Guyot, from 3,300 to 4,500 vines per hectare
    • Yield: 90 quintals of grapes per hectare
  • Harvest: Manual, mid-October
  • Vinification:
    • Fermentation: In steel tanks
    • Fermentation Temperature: Not exceeding 28 °C
    • Maceration Length: 8 to 11 days, with daily remontage and 1 or 2 delestages
    • Malolactic Fermentation: Autumn
  • Ageing:
    • In steel tanks: Until March
    • In bottle: 3 months
  • Alcohol Content: 12.5% Vol
  • Number of Bottles:
    • 6,363 of 750 ml
    • 607 of 375 ml

Sensory Description:

The 2022 Villa Spinosa Valpolicella Classico entices with a rich bouquet of cherry, red bilberry, and blackberry aromas. Its ruby red hue mirrors its vibrant character. On the palate, it is lively and fresh, with light tannins that enhance its drinkability. The light-bodied nature of the wine, combined with its long and elegant lasting flavor, makes it an everyday delight.

Winemaker's Background:

Villa Spinosa Today
Villa Spinosa is situated in Negrar, on the high ground of Jago, at the foot of the Colle Masua hill. It produces traditional wines of the Valpolicella, with its vineyards located in some of the finest terroirs in the region. The estate includes converted old farmhouses for fermentation and aging, as well as a wine shop, accommodations, and event spaces. The dedicated team at Villa Spinosa, led by Director and Vineyard Manager Andrea Zaramella, combines passion with professional expertise to create wines that are a true expression of their terroir.

Serving Suggestions:

Serve the 2022 Villa Spinosa Valpolicella Classico at 57-61°F in medium-bowled glasses. It pairs excellently with classical Veronese appetizers such as salami, bacon, and polenta, as well as with dishes like cod, marinated sardines, and lake fish. Its versatility makes it ideal for informal first and second courses, typical everyday dishes, and a wide range of culinary experiences.

About the Region:

Valpolicella Classico, Veneto, Italy
Valpolicella Classico is synonymous with some of the finest wines of the broader Valpolicella area. Located in northeastern Italy, this traditional viticultural zone benefits from superior drainage, sunnier aspects, and tighter production restrictions, resulting in riper and healthier grapes. The region is renowned for its terroir, particularly around the villages of Fumane, Marano, and Negrar, where the hills rise into the fresh sub-alpine air, creating ideal conditions for grape cultivation. The primary grape varieties used include Corvina, Corvinone, and Rondinella, each contributing to the complex tannic and phenolic profiles of Valpolicella Classico wines.


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