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  • Marcato Wines Veneto

    Hundred and ten years of vinegrowing starter at the end of 1800 when Francesco Marcato bought the first 3 hectares of vineyards in Roncà. Afetr few years he started to produce also the white wine Soave with the Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave grapes....

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    Pieropan has become a benchmark of quality for the International wine world. The Company was founded by Dr. Leonildo Pieropan in 1890. Whilst his two sons, Fausto and Gustavo took on the company and ran it with the same passion, it was the youthful enthusiasm...

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    Tommasi Viticoltori(Tommasi vintners) is a family viticulture firm founded in 1902. It is situated in Pedemonte, in the heart of Valpolicella Classico region, a small piece of land in the North - West part of Verona, between the plain and Lessini mountains...

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Verona Surroundings


Its symbolic monument is the Arena, the amphitheatre with almost 2000 years of history.
The second city of art in the region, Verona displays its artistic, cultural, and natural treasures with pride. Thanks to its particular geographical location, it has been the most important commercial crossroads of northern Europe since antiquity, a place where populations and diverse histories converge.
Every dominion left its impression and became superimposed on the previous one. Today Verona "is vibrations, irradiation, colour, art becomes scenery and confuses itself with the place, a mirage of a romantic city", written by Guido Piovene, famous writer and journalist from Vicenza.
However one cannot go to Verona and not visit the Casa di Giulietta (Juliet's House), the romantic heroine of Shakespeare's tragedy. This is the basis for which Verona has constructed its fame as the "city of love".

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