Sartori di Verona Inauris Rosso delle Venezie IGT Red Wine
Sartori di Verona Inauris Rosso delle Venezie IGT is Red wine from delle Venezie, Veneto, Italy. Made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Corvina, Corvinone.
Northern Italian wines include some of the country’s most well-known red wines, including Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, Amarone, and Valpolicella.
Piedmont in the northwest and Veneto in the northeast are arguably the two most important regions in Northern Italy. These regions’ red wines range from some of the most expensive and sought after in Italy to great value red wines.
Nebbiolo grapes are used to make some of Italy’s most exclusive and expensive red wines, such as Barolo and Barbaresco. These sought-after wines, however, come at a high cost.
Piedmont Dolcetto and Barbera offer good value. Dolcetto is grown on less desirable vineyard sites and produces fruity, low-cost wines that should be consumed within 1-2 years of bottling. Barbera is a high-yielding grape with low tannins and a high acidity.
Valpolicella reigns supreme in Veneto as its own distinct viticultural zone. This wine category is divided into five tiers, ranging from low-cost, light-bodied Valpolicella Classico to high-priced Amarone.
Valpolicella red wines are typically based on Corvina, with Rondinella and Molinara rounding out the blend.