Wine Le Salette, Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2016
Reviews of purchase Le Salette, Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2016
The wine is dark ruby red color with garnet highlights.
Taste wine soft, pleasant, fruity, with balanced acidity and a long finish.
The wine has an intense aroma with notes of dried fruits and spices.
Wine in perfect harmony with hard cheeses, game, fruit and desserts, as they can be enjoyed in its purest form.
Red wine from the Valpolicella Classico Le Salette is made from a blend of five grape varieties - Corvina, Korvinone, Rondinella, Molinara and Sangiovese. It goes well with game, hard cheeses, fruits and desserts, as they can be enjoyed in its purest form. Wine "Valpolicella Classico" is produced by classical technology, it can be drunk now or within the next five years.
In the north-east of Italy is the largest wine-growing region of the country - Veneto, stretching from the Alps to the Adriatic Sea. In its central part, in the mountains there is a small village of Fumane (Fumane), whose inhabitants in 1860 built the sanctuary of Le Salette in honor of the Madonna, to protect their vineyards from the phylloxera epidemic. Family Skamperle have possessed the finest vineyards in the village, and that its members were the initiators of the construction of the temple. One of the vineyard, which is the property Skamperle, located below the church building and bears the same name - Le Salette.
Multi-generational family Skamperle loyal to their native land, many decades engaged in growing grapes and making wine, gradually expanding their business. The family currently owns twenty hectares of vineyards located in the most famous places of the Valpolicella Classico region, in the territory of which are cultivated local grape varieties such as Corvina, Korvinone, Rondinella, Oseleta, a small amount of Molenaar and Kroatina. When working with vines are used well-proven methods and means of production, preserving the identity and characteristics of grapes. Dynasty Skamperle committed to creating only the highest quality drinks, and it never stops in their research, the search for and development of new brands of wine.