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Buglioni Il Valpolicella Classico 750ml 2012
Sku: 1855327
Alfredo Buglioni began making wine in 1993 after purchasing 34 acres of land in the Valpolicella Classico area of Italy: 22 acres at Ca Vegri, six acres around the Carrubio winery and six acres in ...more
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Country: Italy
Region: Veneto
Sub-Region: Valpolicella
Grape Varietal: Red Italian Blend
Type: Still wine
Reg. $25.59
On Sale $22.69
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Bright ruby red. Fragrant and intense aroma of cherry, delicate berry fruit and spices. Dry, harmonious flavour, fresh and persistent.

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Alfredo Buglioni began making wine in 1993 after purchasing 34 acres of land in the Valpolicella Classico area of Italy: 22 acres at Ca Vegri, six acres around the Carrubio winery and six acres in Bardolino. Alfredo and his son Mariano grow traditional, indigenous varietals like Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara and keep the yields low to produce wines of intensity. Initially, the Buglionis used contract winemakers, but finding that their wine tasted similar to all others, they hired their own full-time winemaker, Diego Bertoni. Their first vintage of Amarone, the 2001 was awarded a gold medal at Vinitaly.
Food pairing
this wine is perfect with “antipasti”, soup and pasta dishes. Valpolicella is great also with seafood, fish and lightly grilled white meat. Serve at a temperature of around 15 °C. Uncork a few minutes before serving.

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Alfredo Buglioni started making wine in 1993 when he purchased 34 acres of land in the Valpolicella Classico area in Cariano – 22 acres at Ca' Vegri, 6 acres around the Carrubio winery and 6 acres in Bardolino. Alfredo revitalized the vineyard where only traditional grape varieties are grown, such as Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara, and has deliberately kept the yields low to produce wines of great intensity. Initially he and his son Mariano used contract winemakers, but finding that their wine tasted similar to all others, they hired their own full-time winemaker, Diego Bertoni. Their first Amarone, the 2001 vintage, earned a gold medalat Vinitaly.


 
 

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