(BUSSOLENGO – VERONA) The Vivaldi winery produces in Bussolengo the typical Veronese wines such as Amarone della Valpolicella but also international wines.

Vivaldi’s History and Terroir 

The wine tradition of the Veneto seems to date back to the 7th century BC. And with it the evolution over the centuries of the prestigious wine tradition of Valpolicella, one of the most important national winemaking areas. But there is an even more incisive fact in the production of wine in Veneto, and it is the great ability of the Venetians to know how to work the grapes, thanks precisely to this centuries-old tradition, who as true composers are able to produce wines now considered a musical symphony to the Palate, like the famous Amarone.

In this case a musical association is spontaneous to do, such as the capacity of orchestration, of which the Venetian and Venetian musician of origin Vivaldi was a master, that is the study, or the practice of writing music for single instruments of an orchestra or the Orchestral adaptation of music written for another musical instrument or group.

It is perhaps the homonymy with the name of the company, which brings to mind this particularity of the great musician, which is however concretely reflected in the winemaking practice of Vivaldi Wine and in its production. A company that was born with the aim of exclusively producing and distributing the wines of a unique territory, thanks to the great ability to ‘orchestrate the grapes’, that is to know how to use the vines well to produce wines that have their own identity well Structured, recognizable and rooted in the winemaking tradition of Valpolicella and the Veronese wine-growing areas.

Vivaldi’s Philosophy

The company is managed by a highly respected team led by the president Gianmichele Giacopuzzi, assisted by the oenologist Carlo Callari and by professionals who carry on the cellar, with acuity and dedication, cultivating, expanding in continuous research, the work of the entire supply chain Production, from production, to marketing, through marketing, to logistics.

Vivaldi Wines

The cultivated vines are both native and international: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara, Pinot Grigio, Garganega, Trebbiano, Chardonnay, Fernanda and some rest on predominantly clayey and limestone soils, in the heart of Valpolicella, with an incredible biodiversity, at a Altitude of about 150-450 meters above sea level With a south-east and south-west exposure, dedicated to the production, for example, of Amarone Della Valpolicella Docg Classico, an opulent wine of great elegance and enveloping, witness of this territory and its vocation as a land of great wines , but also of the Valpolicella DOC Classico Biologico, more slender and with a very eloquent nose.

While other white grape varieties are located in the area south of Lake Garda, grapes which, when dosed wisely, give rise to Custoza, a dry wine of great character and identity appreciated since the 16th century in the Garda area.

But the whole line offered by Vivaldi Wine is waiting to be discovered and is made up of products of undisputed finesse, obtained from great savoir-faire and inventiveness, essential ingredients to interpret this terroir in all its diversity.

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Vivaldi

Appellation: Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
Grapes: Corvina, Corvinone e Rondinella

Info & Contacts Vivaldi

Adress: Piazzale Vittorio Veneto, 93 – 37012 – Bussolengo (VR)
Tel: +39 335 6152595
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Direct Sales: SI