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AMARONE

Terre di Bo Amarone is bottled in the Valpolicella Valpantena area by a cooperative of winemakers selected.

The name Valpantena comes from the Latin Pantheon: that is, the Valley of the Gods.
The first valley east of the city of Verona, known since ancient times for its fertility.
Amarone is the most important wine of Valpolicella, among the most prestigious red wines of Italy. The selection and drying of the grapes and the long aging in casks make it a full bodied wine but soft and elegant at the same time. A bottle for special occasions.

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VALPOLICELLA DOC

Valpolicella is one of the most famous wine in Verona area which extends over five parallel valleys, located in a north-south direction, between Lake Garda and the Lessini Mountains.

The first cultivations of vines in Valpolicella are dated back to the Paleo-venetian or Etruscan-Rhaetian civilization which was in living between the 7th and 5th centuries BC and which continued during the Roman domination. The first wine produced in the area was known as «retico», because it was produced in the hilly and mountainous area of ​​the Veronese-Roman province, called “Retia”. In the following centuries viticulture in Valpolicella grew a lot and in the nineteenth century the corvina was made official as a typical variety of the area.


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BARBARESCO

Mentioned by Livy in the "Roman History", Barbaresco , this red wine of ancient origins was revived in the late nineteenth century by Professor Domitius Cavazza, Director of the Oenology School of Alba. It is produced exclusively from Nebbiolo grapes grown in the Langhe region, more precisely in the towns of Barbaresco, Neive and Treiso, and in the hamlet of San Rocco Seno d'Elvio the town of Alba. Its production regulations contain a list of 66 additional geographical references, i.e. standards for selection based on the composition of the soil, location and exposure of the vineyard.

TERRE DI BO BARBARESCO is produced by a small selected estate located in the hills of the production area of Treiso.

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BAROLO

Barolo is a region and DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) in Piedmont in the province of Cuneo. There are around 300 producers, and in 2013, just under 2,000 hectares of vineyard . Barolo must be made from 100% Nebbiolo and is released 4 years after the harvest date and 6 years for Riserva. There are 11 communes which make up the region, which is further fractioned down to 170 single-vineyard sites, colloquially known as the 'Crus', but rather awkwardly now officially known as the 'Menzioni Geografiche Aggiuntive', or 'Additional Geographical Mentions'. Since 2010, these MGA sites have been officially regulated and their boundaries delimited.
Terre di Bo Barolo is produced in Castiglione Falletto territory by a selected estate of wine grower since 1912. Every single step of the production – from the vineyards to the cellar – follows exactly the process given by the tradition – which has been the main attention of the family ever since.

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BRUNELLO

Montalcino, forty kilometers south of the city of Siena, is a stunning hilltop town in the heart of Tuscany. With rolling hills and farmland of rare beauty, it has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2004. Montalcino’s distinctive mount is mostly surrounded by forest. Vineyards and olive groves fill the countryside, and many historical stone buildings are witness to centuries of cultivation in this area. The climate is mainly mild during the entire growing phase of the grapes, with sunny days that allow for a gradual and full ripening of the grapes. The range of slopes with different exposure, the extremely hilly terrain, and the varying heights from 120 to 650 meters above sea level between the valley areas and the highest zones (Poggio della Civitella), create distinctive microclimates, even in close proximity.

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CHIANTI DOCG

Terre di Bo Chianti is produced in the area of Montalbano Wine and Oil Route, which winds along a hilly massif that branches off from the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines near Serravalle, separating the Pistoia-Florence plain from the Valdinievole plain. The peaks of Montalbano rarely exceed 600 meters in altitude and often take on the appearance of a rounded slope. The landscape is characterized by woods, vineyards, olive groves and arable land. The hills are also a place of villas, Etruscan remains, churches and parish churches.

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CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG

Terre di Bo Chianti Classico is produced in the area of Castelnuovo Berardenga, 10 km north of Siena, in the heart of Tuscany, at 350 meters above sea level. The slopes of the vineyard face east, south and west. The soil here in the Chianti Classico area, one of the oldest vineyard areas in the world, is composed of alberese and galestro. The vine is the traditional Sangiovese, here in its optimal age.

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CHIANTI RISERVA DOCG

Terre di Bo Chianti Riserva is produced in the area of Montalbano Wine region, which winds along a hilly massif that branches off from the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines near Serravalle, separating the Pistoia-Florence plain from the Valdinievole plain. The peaks of Montalbano rarely exceed 600 meters in altitude and often take on the appearance of a rounded slope. The landscape is characterized by woods, vineyards, olive groves and arable land. The hills are also a place of villas, Etruscan remains, churches and parish churches.

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