Valp. Class. Sup. Ripasso, "Acinatico"
Valpolicella Classico Superiore Acinatico Ripasso is a very interesting wine. It is made with a technique know as “ripasso” were the grapes are re-strained over the marcs of Amarone. This process gives the Ripasso wines structure, bouquet and interesting nuances. Once the grapes for the Amarone are pressed, Valpolicella juice is poured onto the marcs and left to macerate for at least 15 days. During this period the wine completes its fermentation and reaches the level of alcohol, the structure, and all the tannic substances and the bouquet that are typical of the Amarone.
Appellation: Valpolicella Classico DOC
Type: red, dry
Grape Varietals: Corvina Veronese (60%), Corvinone (15%), Rondinella (20%), Molinara (5%).