Our finest selection of Valpolicella is given a second fermentation in contact with the grape pomace from the Amarone, thus enriching its aromas, body and complexity.
We were so proud of our first “Ripasso” made with a selection of our best grapes, that we became the first family to flaunt the name on a label. The Ripasso technique is grounded in peasant traditions that vary from family to family, but it is still a relative newcomer among Valpolicella wines. Nevertheless, it already ranks as one of our most popular and well-known classics. The second fermentation of our best Valpolicella Classico wine on the Amarone skins, creates an intriguing depth and aromatic complexity. Amarone lovers will find this reminiscent of their favorite wine, with the price and lower alcohol that makes it a perfect everyday alternative.