Beautifully clear ruby colour, a fruity bouquet with spicy components, red berry aromas, fresh and light attack, a beautifully dominance of berries and a balanced structure, with a fruity, harmonious finish.
DOC for red and rosé wines from the west of Venetia, named after the city located to the east of Lake Garda. In addition, the Classico label is given to wines produced in the heart of this region, in the municipalities of Affi, Bardolino, Cavaion Veronese, Costermano, Garda and Lazise. Apart from its assembly, this red wine is a bit like a Valpolicella, but with a lighter colour. It is a blend of Cruina = Corvina Veronese and Rondinella (10-40%), with Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Marzemino, Merlot, Molinara, Rossignola and Sangiovese (max. 20%, not more than 10% per grape variety). There are also Novello versions, a rosé coloured Chiaretto (with 11.5%vol.) and a Chiaretto Spumante Brut. In 2001, the Bardolino Superiore entered the DOCG classification, the variety with the highestalcohol content.