Updated: 9 facts about Valpolicella that you probably know wrong

If you are a Valpolicella wine lover, it's likely you know many things about this area and its wines. And it's also likely that some of those things are incorrect or totally wrong...

Here we try to correct some of the most common misconceptions about Valpolicella wines.

Recioto della Valpolicella: long life to the King!

Recioto della Valpolicella: long life to the King!

There is a new book dedicated to the Recioto della Valpolicella. Recioto was well before Amarone. As many wine lovers know, Amarone della Valpolicella originally was a Recioto (the traditional sweet wine from dried red grapes), totally fermented. 

Recioto is the father of Amarone della Valpolicella. Its origin. A wine that deserves much more attention and success than actually has, but we cannot complain the consumers about this, because the most of them never tasted a Recioto della Valpolicella - a good one, I mean. It is tricky to make a real good Recioto, and it's quite rare to find one, but we are pretty sure that it's all a matter of market. Nowadays the wine producers in Valpolicella are not so willing to produce Recioto, because it's difficult  to make, people don't ask for it and it's expensive to communicate, to market and to sell...

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9 facts about Valpolicella that you probably know wrong

If you are a Valpolicella wine lover, it's likely you know many things about this area and its wines. And it's also likely that some of those things are incorrect or totally wrong...

Here we try to correct some of the most common misconceptions about Valpolicella wines.