A piece of history in its purest form lies behind this wine. Everything began with the Romans’ arrival in the Pagus Arusnatium, corresponding to actual Valpolicella. In order to produce the sweet raisin refined wines, they invented a system to withering the grapes in special drying rooms called “fruttai”. “La Permuta” Recioto is obtained from the best company vineyards’ grapes, located on high hilly zone. In late September with the selection of the best Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes, starts the manual harvest, lying down the grapes in wooden boxes. Successively, the boxes are carried to the “fruttai” for a slow and natural drying, that lasts until the end of January. From this moment on, takes place a long series of complex grapes’ transformations, slowing down the fermentation process and favouring the permanence of a sugar residue.
A full red ruby colour, with hits of wild strawberry, ripe cherry, green apple, chocolate and black pepper. The palate is consistent, fresh and charming.