Corte Adami winery: embedded in beautiful nature
Corte Adami is a beautiful contemporary winery in the Veneto region of Italy. The Adami family has been involved in viticulture for generationsm, supplying wine grapes to some of the finest wine produces in the region. In 2004 Angelo and Andrea Adami decided to expand their occupation to begin producing high-quality wines themselves.
Thus, Corte Adami was established with deep roots and a vision to produce modern and elegant wines
Wines from ancestral vineyards of Valpolicella
Corte Adami’s ancestral vineyards are located in Soave and Valpolicella. The Soave wine producing area is characterized by rich, rolling hills and volcanic soils, the ideal environment for cultivating the indigenous Garganega variety. The vineyards in the bordering Valpolicella has conditions that make it one of the most ancient and important red wine producing regions in the world. Across all its vineyards, Corte Adami winery produces Garganega, Trebbiano di Soave, Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and other local red small varieties. They also have wine with the Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG appellation, a dry red wine produced mostly from partially dried Corvina grapes.
Quality instead of quantity
From 37 hectares of vineyards, the Adami family still sells all but their finest grapes, in order to ensure that they continue to produce low volumes of the best product possible and not degrade their quality by striving towards mass commercial production. Rather, they focus on preserving the distinct characteristics of the region. The red, white, sparkling and dessert wines from the winery are defined by their freshness, structure and elegance, diverse reflections of the unique terroir.