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The “giarugola” is a dialect word meaning “clay-limestone soil”. It is produced from an old Veronese pergola located at Postuman in a brolo (“vineyard enclosed by a dry stone wall”) at about 400 meters above sea level.

In ancient times, the broli were built because they allowed the Catholic Church to be exempt from paying the tithe (“the tenth part of the harvest”). The grapes present in the vineyard are: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Molinara and Merlot. Fermentation occurs spontaneously with its indigenous yeasts using the pied de cuve technique.

Let yourself be conquered by the elegance of La Giarugola, a wine that will satisfy even the most demanding palates.

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