Clementi -Family Winery that produces Small Quantities of bottles of Traditional Valpolicella Every Year
Clementi wine farm is a family winery that produces small quantities of bottles of traditional Valpolicella every year. The flavours and aromas of the wine are produced following very traditional wine making processes and methods combined with the estate’s sustainable farming and production philosophies. Clementi winery produces only Valpolicella wine, which takes its name from the area, called Valpolicella, located near Verona where the winery is located. It is a consistent but light wine, ruby red in color, produced with indigenous grapes, Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, and Croatina, which are unique to Italy.
Wine- making Process
The Valpolicella Classico is produced by pressing the grapes in October, leaving it to ferment for about 15-20 days and then making the wine clear with some decanting, from barrel to barrel. Valpolicella Classico Clementi, and also Valpolicella Ripasso, are fragrant, tasty, light wines, to which no other wines have been mixed. Valpolicella Classico Amarone, on the other hand, is a consistent wine, with a stronger color, with a strong flavor and captivating aroma.
Wines Perfect to enjoy with Meals
They are all wines of great value precisely for their authenticity, and for the uniqueness of their characteristics that distinguish them from others. They make every meal pleasant and are perfect to enjoy with red meats, but also with white meats and fish. The Valpolicella Classico Amarone, Classico Ripasso and Classico Superiore wines and produced at Clementi on Saturdays and Sundays, with the help of trusted winemakers, and they are bottled by hand, without filtering, in the desire to maintain a traditional, authentic type of wine, which has the flavor of the land on which the grapes are ripened cherries, wild fruits that grow near the rows.
The processing of the wines at Clementi winery takes place in steel barrels at controlled temperatures followed by aging in oak barrels and barriques. The Valpolicella Classico and Valpolicella Ripasso age for two or three years while the Valpolicella Amarone remains in the barrels for 6 years or more.
The result of the careful wine making processes is wine that is rich and has the perfect balance of flavours of fruits, herbs and spices of the land.