Az. Agr. Valentina Cubi

Loc. Casterna, 60, 37022 Fumane (VR)
Italy
Telephone +39 045 7701806
Fax +39 045 6834022
info@valentinacubi.it

Hall map

ProWein 2019 hall map (Hall 13): stand F109-1

Fairground map

ProWein 2019 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

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

Our products

Product category: Wines from Veneto

MELILOTO 2015

The Recioto della Valpolicella is one of the great italian sweet wines.

ECHNICAL INFORMATION
 
Grape varieties: Corvina 70%, Corvinone 25%,Rondinella 5%.
Vineyard area: Monte Tenda, Monte Crosetta, Rasso: On the top of limestone hills in the Fumane and San Pietro in Cariano areas where the soil is ideal for the production of great red wines.
Yield: 7 tonnes (3000 to 5000 vines per hectare).
Training system: Guyot, double pergola, single pergola.
Harvest Date: End of September — beginning of October. Grapes are hand-picked. Only the best part of the bunch is kept for raisining on screens under condition of temperature and humidity control.
Vinification: Beginning of February. Fermentation under controlled temperature with selected yeast strains that extract and highlight the wide range of aromas from this jewel of nature.
Elevage: After some time in barrel to harmonise structure and aromas, the wine is transferred into large oak vats to complete the maturation process. It is then aged in the bottle until selected for release.

ANALYTICAL DATA
 Alcohol content: 12,5%
Total acidity: 5,7 g/l
Sugars: 101 g/l
TASTING NOTE
 
Intense ruby red colour with a slight purple hue. Bitter cherry aromas and sweet tabacco harmonise with undertones of wild berry and cocoa. The taste is both balanced and full flavoured, spicy and satisfying.

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Product category: Wines from Veneto

IL TABARRO 2014

alpolicella Classico Superiore, intense, elegant and evolved. | biologico
 
Valpolicella Superiore is obtained from the selection of the best Valpolicella wine in the cellar. In this wine freshness, fruit and soft oak notes blend wonderfully giving it great versatility. It is aged in wood a year.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
 
Grape varieties: Corvina 65%, Rondinella 25%, Molinara 10%.
Vineyard area: Rasso, Monte Tenda, Monte Crosetta, — on the top of limestone hills in the Fumane, and San Pietro in Cariano areas, where the soil is ideal for the production of great red wines.
Yield: 70 tonnes (from 3000 to 5000 vines per ha)
Training system: Guyot, double Pergola, single Pergola.
Harvest Date: End of September until October, grapes are hand-picked this allowing a careful selection of the best bunches.
Vinification: Traditional vinification in modern stainless steel conical tanks consisting of 15 days fermentation on grape skins using in part the earlier crush.
Elevage: Aged in barrels for a period of six months, followed by another six months in large vats. It is then aged for a further 6 months in the bottle before release.

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About us

Company details

Ourselves wine

The story of our winery begins in Valpolicella, where Valentina and Giancarlo grew up and met.

Giancarlo’s family has been engaged in the wine growing sector since the 19th century, while Valentina started to develop her passion for oenology after she met her husband.
In 1969 the couple decided to invest its savings in Fumane and bought 7 of the current 10 hectares located in important crus such as Monte Tenda, Monte Crosetta and Rasso.
These vineyards are the most valued assets of this company and only organic agronomic techniques are applied to them.
The organic certification was very close to the heart of Valentina, who strongly desired to achieve it, and is also a firm part of the whole family’s philosophy.
Our goal is to tune in with nature and leave future generations with a better, healthier and richly rewarding environment.
We consider ourselves wine craftsmen.
We produce wines using exclusively our grapes, strictly hand harvested by a team of reliable and skilled collaborators, able to select only perfect bunches which then later will become wine.
During the fermentation process, the winery is filled with an inebriating aroma of wine, fresh fruit and flowers. This is the most exciting time of the year for us and we love to share it with those who appreciate our products and our winery.
Hospitality and sharing are essential values, as well as our willingness to achieve excellent results.
Our approach has not a strictly commercial connotation, but it is always quality-oriented – we analyse and taste our wines before we decide when we should place them on the market, and we also perform a number of rigorous evaluations.
Thanks to our accurate work we can treat the palates of our customers.

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