“Le Marognole” is a family winery founded in 2004 by Fabio Corsi who comes from a long and rich family history of cultivating native Valpolicella varietal grapes.
The winery is located on the hillsides of Valgatara, in the Marano Valley, the heart of classic Valpolicella. The vineyards are northeast of Verona, extending between the plains and the mountains around Lake Garda.
The winery name embodies the essence of the surrounding area -- Marognole, its birthplace -- and originates from the name of the typical walls of stones in this land that terrace the hillsides. In the local dialect they are “MAROGNE”!
From these hills you can enjoy wonderful panoramic views of the vineyards in the Marano Valley and history, culture and traditions. In fact, the vines originate from the deep history and vinicultural traditions of the valley. The land is ideal for the cultivation of the finest Valpolicella grapes that are hand selected for the production of remarkable DOCG wines, such as the Amarone.
The Corsi family has cultivated these vines for generations. Fabio has grown up in this family whose passion and love for their land and vines runs deep. In 2004 Fabio combined his passion with a well-defined mental image of world-class Valpolicella wines, and began producing wine under his own label. Today, Fabio personally oversees all aspects of the winery operation with the assistance of his family.