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Veneto is one of the main wine producing regions in Italy, and its consumption, together with typical products and traditional gastronomy dishes, is still very rooted in the territory. The vines, which make both white and red wines, are grown both in the flat area, rich in waterways, and on the hills, which are distinguished by fertile soil and a mild climate. In some production areas such as Soave, Gambellara and Lessini Durello the vines benefit particularly from the volcanic soil. The most popular wines are produced in the province of Verona, where we find Bardolino, Soave, considered by many to be the Italian white par excellence, and Valpolicella Doc, with some DOCG declinations, while moving towards the province of Vicenza we meet Lessini Durello and Gambellara Doc and the Berici Hills, of which Tai is part, until recently known as Tocai, as well as the production area of ​​fine wines of Breganze from where the famous Torcolato comes from together with other vines such as Vespaiolo and Marzemino Doc. Colli Euganei Doc is vinified in the province of Padua, while all the remaining areas are concentrated between Treviso and Venice: Montello and Colli Asolani, Valdobbiadene, Piave and Lison-Pramaggiore Doc.

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There was a time when the Dal Cero were Veronese. Today Igino, Franco and Anna Maria return to the eastern lands of Verona, the birthplace of their father Pietro, to whom this bottle is dedicated to reaffirm their history and savor the wind of those places.

They do it with a wine symbol of winemaking in the world: Amarone.

Intense garnet-red. Perfume of ripe fruits with a hint of small red berries blending into each other in a sweet vanillaflavoured note, lightly spicy with nutmeg. Full bodied and warm on the palate, soft and perfectly balanced

65% Corvina, 20% Rondinella and 5% Molinara, 10% Corvinone
Production Area: Negrar
Color: deep ruby ​​red
Bouquet: jam, dried flowers, tobacco and chocolate
Taste: elegant and velvety, with a return of aromas

The purest merlot. Intense ruby ​​red color with soft violet reflections. Intense aroma of berries and violets with spicy notes. On the palate it is vinous, persistent, with berries that blend with ripe marasca cherry and sweet tannins that give body to the wine. In addition to the usual attention in vinification, it rests for 12 months in new French oak wood.

65% Corvina, 20% Rondinella and 10% Molinara, 5% corvinone
Color: ruby ​​red
Perfume: cherry, violet and pepper
Taste: round, slightly tart with a typical bitter aftertaste due to the type of soil

Not too intense ruby ​​red color, a clear scent of ripe fruit reminiscent of cherries and very ripe cherry.