Learn what makes the Tedeschi family so adept at bringing their terroir into each and every bottle of Valpolicella wine.
The Valpolicella wine region in Northern Italy, in the heart of Veneto, to be exact, is a well-established wine region known both to wine enthusiasts as well as wine novices. Italian wine lovers will be familiar with Amarone wines, and might already have heard in passing the Tedeschi Wine Estate mentioned, a family name synonymous with the Valpolicella wine region.
The Amarone wines incorporate unique wine production techniques, including rack aging, multiple grape inclusion, with the Rondinella, Corvina, Corvinone, and Oseleta grapes all popping up, and many other elements that help put the Valpolicella wine area on the fine wine map. The Tedeschi family, in its current second generation of dedicated family winemakers, are proving to be experts at crafting elegant, powerful, highly-representative Amarone and Valpolicella wines, and wines bound to capture the palate and hearts of admirers the world over.
It’s not just the lands, the grapes, the techniques or the methods that matter during the wine-making process. The Tedeschi family is able to transmit and pass along family values and principles into the wine-making process they follow, based on their tight-knit collaboration as both business partners and siblings. What more could you ask for in a classic Italian Amarone wine-making dynasty?
Don’t miss the wonderful profile on the Tedeschi family written by Mamablip’s very own Andrea Grignaffini. Check out the Mamablip Wine Selections to purchase your own bottles of the Tedeschi selections and other recommended wines. Want to know what to eat with your wines? Mamablip’s got you covered with lots of wine and good pairings on the Recipes pages.