Vigneti di Ettore

Via Casetta di Montecchio, 1, 37024 Negrar (VR)
Italy

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 15): stand F41

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 15

Contact

giampaolo righetti

Phone
328 3155844

Email
info@vignetidiettore.it

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  • 02  Exporter

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.21  Veneto

Our products

Product category: Veneto

AMARONE CLASSICO

40 year-old vines in the Valpolicella hills: 350 meters above sea level. Calcareous soil, rich in texture.
Corvina and Corvinone 75%, Rondinella 10%, Croatina 10%, Oseleta 5%.
Hand-selection of the best grapes. Drying period: 100 days.

Destemming, then gentle pressing. Seven days of cold maceration then fermentation for two more weeks. Delestage and punching down of the cap twice a day. Complete malolactic fermentation.
Aged in oak barrels for 24 months. Left to mature in bottle for additional 12 months.

Deep ruby red color, dense and compact.
Intense, complex and fine nose: black cherry, dried flowers, spices, hint of sweet tobacco.
Full bodied, warm, balanced and intense taste.
Elegant and thin tannins. Very long persistance.

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Mar 17, 2018

VIGNETI DI ETTORE

Vigneti di Ettore is a family owned estate founded in 2011 and run by Ettore Righetti, historical figure of Valpolicella, together with his grandson Gabriele, oenologist.
The 5 hectares of vineyards stand on very well exposed plots overlooking Negrar valley, within the Valpolicella Classica zone. Ettore and Gabriele grow indigenous varieties, like Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella, also preserving some minor native grapes like Oseleta, Molinara and Pelara.
The vineyard management is strictly environment friendly.
The total average production is 40,000 bottles, only by owned grapes.
The aim of this estate is to produce “classical” wines that can express the character of these indigenous varieties and of this very special zone. Therefore, the practices in the cellar are not invasive, thankful to a very careful use of wood. Ettore and Gabriele prefer wines that are fresh, able to age for a long time.

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