Viviani produces this Viviani Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore , a red wine from Valpolicella Ripasso with molinara, rondinella and corvina grapes. According to Drinks&Co users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points.
“By the vineyards where you do not have selected the Amarone grapes is harvested, always by hand, the grapes that will give the Valpolicella that will be "rehearsed" on the Amarone marc. After crushing and de-stemming those grapes are macerated in concrete containers vitrified for about 10-12 days. The wine remains in concrete containers, up to svinamento Amarone (thus the end of March, beginning of April). At this point the Valpolicella obtained in October is passed back on the still damp pomace (and still pretty sweet) Amarone. In this way we get a more structured Valpolicella, full-bodied and retaining fragrances and in the mouth of withering flavor and drinkability of Valpolicella. After the review (which usually lasts a few days) Valpolicella Classico Superiore enters wood where it matures for about 12 months.”