Saturday August 15, 2020

Wine: A true gentleman of Verona

Valpolicella is one of the hardy annuals of Italian wine, and its refined taste radiates the same elegance as the beautiful region where it originated

26th July, 2020
The vineyards of Valpolicella: its product is seeing a significant resurgence in popularity

So much has been written about Verona as the setting for Romeo and Juliet’s love story that it is difficult not to feel some of that romance when you visit this beautiful Italian city. It was once an important trading route for both east and west, and when wandering through its historic Centro Storico, wide piazzas, Roman and medieval architecture and bustling side streets, even the light seems to reflect a romanticism that is hard...

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