This is the typical Valpolicella Superiore wine, made according to the best traditions and with all the characteristics of Tedeschi Family wines: good structure, delicate flavour and elegance. The grapes come from vineyards located in Valpolicella hills.



Vineyard Notes

Soil: Moraine clay and limestone of moraine origin.
Vine density: 5500 vines per hectare.
Vineyard age: 25 years.
Cultivation: Guyot.
Pruning: 12 buds/plant.
Production: 10000 kg/hectare.
Grape varieties: 35% Corvina, 35% Corvinone, 20% Rondinella, 10% Rossignola, Oseleta, Negrara, Dindarella.

Winemaking Technique

Grapes harvest: end of September – beginning of October.
Crushing and destemming
Alcoholic fermentation and maceration: 10 days/temperature 28° C.
Malolactic fermentation
Natural clarification in stainless steel
Ageing: in Slavonia oak barrels for 1 years.
Bottling and bottle ageing: 6 months.

Description Of The Wine

Color: ruby red with garnet reflections. Clear and transparent.
Bouquet: fresh with clear notes of cherry and currants.
Flavor: good body, good structure, well-balanced and harmonic structure. The after taste confirms the notes in the bouquet.
Suited for ageing: 7 years.
Combinations: pasta, white and red meat dishes.
Serve at: 16° C.


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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/peppery, 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.

In light of the results from this study, the symbol chosen for this Tedeschi label is the leaf of the white pepper plant. White pepper is one of the scents of Valpolicella, and it varies according to the ripening conditions of the grape as well as the zone. It is particularly intense in the production from the Tedeschi vineyard.

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