Valpolicella DOC



  • a wine-producing DOC region in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy that produces more red wine than any other region in Italy except Chianti. It grows mostly Corvina and Rondinella grapes to produce a light, fruity red wine. There is a Valpolicella classico zone that produces better-quality wines, and ‘superiore’ on the label means that the wine has been aged for at least one year and will have slightly more alcohol.