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2019 Massimago ‘Marchesa MariaBella’ Valpolicella Ripasso DOC

Responsibly Farmed
Hidden Gem
Woman Winemaker

Weeknight staple! This blend of Corvina, Corvinone, & Rondinella creates a lively and refreshing palate marked by soft tannins and a smooth finish. Produced from certified organic vineyards and minimal sulfur addition by a woman winemaker.

The label portrays characters in search of an author. “Traces of you are in every bottle.” To Camilla, wine is creativity if you can free your imagination.

Red
  • Tasting Notes cherries, wild strawberries, currants, balsamic, thyme, mint
  • Region Italy, Veneto
  • Volume 750mL

$31.00

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Massimago is derived from the Latin “Maximum Agium” which means the maximum level of well-being. The estate, in the Mezzane Valley in Valpolicella, has been owned by the Cracco family since 1883. In 2003 winemaker Camilla Rossi Chauvenet became the guardian and creator of Massimago. She took over her mother’s vineyards and property and started a winery from scratch. She had studied Agronomy at the University of Padua but in the beginning, she had no production facilities and no equipment. Having good land was a blessing but that was no guarantee. At one point, she had to sell the car to afford a tractor. It is only an indomitable will that has brought her to where she is today. In 2008 she turned the property organic and was fully certified by 2014. Today she can proudly look back on the time that has passed because she has become recognized as one of the region’s best producers.

Massimago is derived from the Latin “Maximum Agium” which means the maximum level of well-being. The estate, in the Mezzane Valley in Valpolicella, has been owned by the Cracco family since 1883. In 2003 winemaker Camilla Rossi Chauvenet became the guardian and creator of Massimago. She took over her mother’s vineyards and property and started a winery from scratch. She had studied Agronomy at the University of Padua but in the beginning, she had no production facilities and no equipment. Having good land was a blessing but that was no guarantee. At one point, she had to sell the car to afford a tractor. It is only an indomitable will that has brought her to where she is today. In 2008 she turned the property organic and was fully certified by 2014. Today she can proudly look back on the time that has passed because she has become recognized as one of the region’s best producers.