The family has three vineyard sites:
• Comparsi 170m – 2 ha: At Comparsi, planted in 1970-80, there is a mix of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara for the Valpolicella Classico Ripasso and the Amarone Classico.
• Maghi 280m – 2 ha: Within Maghi, planted in 1960, there is Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara for the Valpolicella Classico and Superiore as well as the Gargenega.
• Canova, 312m – 3ha: Conova predates phyloxera and is the continually renewed source of the Reserve wines where there is a mix of Marl in the soil. All vines are approximately 10 years old.
The goal is to recognize, preserve and focus on each individual vineyard and block. Paolo takes experimental approach in reserving and or blending the individual fermentations. The winery sits in the middle of three sites that inspire him. Paolo Creazzi, the grandson, says “Diversity is what I look for in a wine and I was lucky enough to find immediately productive vineyards, so close but so different. The multiple grape varieties allowed me to be able to give a precise identity to the Classics of Valpolicella and, with IGT, to be able to experiment with something new every year, in search of that new nuance that can stand out. Every choice is thought out and implies absolute attention to detail: for us there are no shortcuts “.
100% Garganega, old vines over 50 years old
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