Lucchine is the Valpolicella Classico produced with grapes selected in the heart of the historic Valpolicella Classica area. It is a fresh and fruity Valpolicella Classico, ideal to enjoy throughout the meal.



Vineyard Notes

Soil: clay and limestone of alluvial origin, with a strong rock structure.
Vine density: 4000 vines per hectare.
Vineyard age: 25 years.
Cultivation: Pergola System.
Pruning: 14/18 buds/plant.
Production: 10000 kg/hectare.
Grape varieties: 25% Corvina, 25% Corvinone, 30% Rondinella, 10% Molinara, 10% Rossignola, Negrara, Dindarella.

Winemaking Technique

Grape harvest: beginning of October.
Crushing and destemming
Alcoholic fermentation and maceration: 8 days/temperature 28° C.
Malolactic fermentation
Clarification and chemical stabilization: in stainless steel.
Bottling and bottle ageing: 2 months.

Description Of The Wine

Color: strong ruby red. Clear and transparent.
Bouquet: fresh and young with notes of cherries and red currant.
Flavor: lively acidity, well balanced with its structure and alcohol content. The after taste confirms the notes in the bouquet. A young Valpolicella wine, pleasant and elegant.
Suited for ageing: 5 years, even though it is a young and ready-to-enjoy wine. Combinations: pasta, white meat, light meals in general.
Serve at: 14° C.

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➥ Bottle


Annata/Vintage 2020 2021 87
I Vini di Veronelli 2022 86
Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso 2022 1 Bicchiere
Bibenda 2022 3 Grappoli

Annata/Vintage 2019

Vinous Febr. 25,2021 88
Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso 2021 2 bicchieri
Bere bene 2021 – Gambero Rosso Qualita’ prezzo
Vini Buoni D’Italia Touring Club 2021 3 stelle
Vini d’Italia Cernilli Doctorwine 2021 88
I Vini di Veronelli 2021 86

Annata/Vintage 2018

Slow wine 2019 Vino quotidiano
Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso 2020 1 glass
I Vini di Veronelli 2020 86
Bibenda 2020 3 Grappoli

Annata/Vintage 2017

Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso 2019 – premio BereBene 2019 2 glasses
I Vini di Veronelli 2019 86**
Bibenda 2019 3 grappoli

Annata/Vintage 2016

Falstaff Valpolicella Trophy Feb 2018 91
IV best Valpolicella

Le Guide de L’Espresso 2018

Vini Buoni d’Italia Touring Club Italiano 2018 4 stars
Wine Enthusiast Febr 2018 89
Wine Spectator Web Only 2018 87
I Vini di Veronelli 2018 87 **
Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso 2018 1 bicchieri

Annata/Vintage 2015

Wine Spectator Feb 28 2017 88/100
I Vini di Veronelli 2017 87/100
Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso 2017 2 bicchieri
Bibenda 2017 3 grappoli

Annata/Vintage 2013

Wine Spectator (October 10,2014 Tasting Highlights) 88/100

Annata/Vintage 2012

Snooth Sept 29, 2014 87/100

Annata/Vintage 2011

I Vini di Veronelli 2013 86/100
Gambero Rosso 2013 2 bicchieri
Bibenda AIS 2013 2 grappoli

Annata/Vintage 2010

Stephen Tanzer’s IWC 88/100

Annata/Vintage 2009

Gambero Rosso 2011 2 bicchieri
Bibenda AIS 2011 2 grappoli
I Vini di Veronelli 2011 88/100
I Vini de l’Espresso 2011 14,5/20

Annata/Vintage 2008

I Vini di Veronelli 2010 87/100

Annata/Vintage 2007

Duemilavini Ais 2009 2 grappoli
Gambero Rosso 2009 1 bicchieri

Annata/Vintage 2006

Wine & Spirits Oct 2007 86/100
Gambero Rosso 2008 2 bicchieri
Guida al Vino quotidiano Slow Food Selezionato
Guida dei vini Italiani 2008 Luca Maroni 79/100

Annata/Vintage 2004

Gambero Rosso 2006 Oscar qualità prezzo
Annuario dei migliori Vini Italiani 2006 Luca Maroni 80/100
Vini Buoni d’Italia 2006 (Miglior qualità/prezzo) 3 stelle



The composition of the land is one the factors that can influence the aroma of a wine. Well aware of this fact, and in true pioneering spirit, the Tedeschi family undertook an aromatic characterization study of their vineyards in collaboration with Professor Ugliano of the University of Verona. The individuation of four olfactory dimensions that characterize the wines of Valpolicella (fruity, balsamic, spicy/pepper, spicy sweet) has allowed us to have a greater understanding of our territory as well as given us the ability to take the best advantage of every single parcel of vineyard used. The objective remains the celebration of our territory giving the deserved dignity to Valpolicella and its products.
For the label, Tedeschi has chosen to represent graphically the aroma of the wine. The symbol shown on this label is the cherry because Valpolicella wines produced from fresh grapes, especially when cultivated on land of alluvial origin with a gravel base, have a rich aroma of red fruit.

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