2016 Massimago Amarone ‘SVM 400’
SVM” stands for Selezione Vigna Macie: it is a wine produced from a single vineyard. The grapes come from the single plot “Macie” located 400 metres above sea level. The soil is calcareous and is situated at the highest elevation, where the exposure is the best of the entire Massimago estate.
2016 Massimago Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG
Made from select grapes from a single vineyard situated on a hilltop at 350 meters above sea level. It is the best expression of Massimago. Vertical, full-bodied, complex – it is a pure, traditional Amarone.
Certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, minimal sulfur addition, woman-winemaker.
2021 Massimago ‘Duca Fedele’ Valpolicella DOC
This lighter bodied example of Valpolicella helps us transition from the lemon butter sauces of summer, to the red sauce/creamy mushroom sauces of fall. The bright red fruit keeps it refreshing, while the savory and herbal elements give it depth. This is our gaux-to Italian red for the season.
Certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, minimal sulfur addition, woman-winemaker, and only 1,250 cases produced.
2020 Massimago ‘Marchesa MariaBella’ Valpolicella Ripasso DOC
If you had to imagine the idyllic setting for a pairing it would be: “A cut of meat, jazz, flowers on the table and sparkling company.” This wine is a weeknight staple and consistent best-seller.
Certified organic farming practices, woman-winemaker, native yeast fermentation, minimal sulfur addition, and 80% of all electricity used at Massimago is produced by solar panels.
NV Sorelle Bronca Extra Dry Prosecco
This delicious bottle of bubbles is produced by the Bronca sisters in the Valdobbiadene zone of Prosecco. The wine is refreshing, light and mineral-driven – the perfect staple bottle of bubbles for the house (plus it’s great in a spritz! Produced using organic farming practices, woman-owned and operated.
We love to enjoy the Sorelle Bronca Prosecco with olives and a slice of salami while deciding what to make for dinner. Think of it as the perfect aperitivo wine to start a big meal.