Wild Nature Valpolicella

Description
Wild Nature, Valpolicella - Valpolicella is characterised by the use of local indigenous grape varieties from the Valpolicella area that give body and structure to the wine.

Valpolicella is a youthful ruby red wine, with a vinous light perfume, hints of cherries and roses. The palate is fresh, dry and quite soft, slightly tannic, slightly bitter and lively.

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Additional information

Brand

Wild Nature

Wine name

Wild Nature, Valpolicella

Grape variety

100% Pinot Grigio

Country

Italy

Origin

Veneto

Classification

Delle Venezie D.O.C.

Type

Red Wine

Harvest year

2019

Packaging

Glass bottle

Contents

75cl

Closure

Screw cap

Flavour

Citrus fruit, Fresh, Grapefruit, Spicy

Wine and Food

Vegetables, Lightly grilled dishes, Salads, Soups, White meat

Alcohol (%)

12,5%

Viticulture

Conventional

Education

RVS

Vegan

No

Sur Lie

Yes

Use within

3 years

Acid

6 g/L

PH value

3,8

Residual sugar

6 g/L

Residual sugar filter

5.1 - 10 g/L

Serving temperature

8 - 10˚C

Article number

1070103

Description

Wild Nature, Valpolicella,

In the north of sunny Italy is touristy Verona. An area, protected to the north by the rugged Lessini Mountains, south features breathtaking views of Lake Garda. Besides its surroundings, the area is known for its culture and rich history, old theatres, bridges, museums and all kinds of other sights.

The Valpolicella region also features a rich wine industry... It is a place where some of the world's most famous and prized wines are produced. This is due to the ideal climate that allows the grapes to reach their optimal ripeness and the highly developed techniques that allow the most refined wines to be produced. 

Wild Nature's vineyards are rich in all kinds of wildlife, including all kinds of migratory birds, ducks, hares, etc. With the bottle label featuring the leader among the animals in the region, the fox.

That the vineyards are always in full glory is not without reason. Wild Nature is a pioneer in organic farming, this means that no chemicals are used so nature does not have to suffer when producing the best wines. Moreover, this method gives the wine its unique and rich flavour