Hailing from the elevated vineyards of Graziano Prà, this low-yield, biodynamically-produced wine offers aromas of wild thyme, licorice, and cherry. Although Valpolicella is generally associated with fuller wines like Amarone, this offering is light to medium-bodied and a great alternative to Pinot Noir. The palate is supple and lively, experiencing cherry flavours combined with black pepper and some vegetal notes. Good acidity and nice balance between spice and fruit in the finish. Enjoy this traditional Valpolicella blend of Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, and Oseleta. Try this with your next chicken or turkey dinner.