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Corvina grape

The Corvina grape is an Italian grape variety, which is mainly planted in the area east of Lake Garda. The exact origin of Corvina grape is not known, but in old writings it was found that the Corvina grape was written about in the Valpolicella area in the year 1824. It is certainly a grape variety associated with antiquity and the associated viticulture. The grape is the most important grape in the Valpolicella wines and Bardolino wines.

What does a Corvina taste like?

Corvina has a distinctive taste of sour cherries; The wine has lively acidity and is usually relatively light in structure. Due to its thick skin, corvina is a very suitable grape to dry for the production of Amarone.