Since the 18th century, the Brunelli name has always been closely connected to San Pietro in Cariano, the central and main village of the Classic Valpolicella area, one of the most charming and renowned wine districts in Italy.
Located exactly between Verona and Lake Garda, Valpolicella perfectly represents the synthesis of many different elements. A mineral soil and rich in limestone, a rare and wonderful mosaic of indigenous grape varieties, a Mediterranean climate influenced by the breezes coming from the lake nearby and an ideal South-Southwest exposure which combines with a skillful and passionate work in the vineyards and with the appassimento technique, favouring the concentration of sugars and extractive substances. It is in this spot in the countryside, with its age-old vocation for growing vines, that the Brunelli family has handed down from generation to generation the ancient passion which has made its wines known and appreciated all over the world.
The Estate is now in the hands of Alberto, of his parents Luciana and Luigi who, sharing together a great expertise and passion, have created a special range of wines that distinguishes themselves for both feminine and strong values they express. The character of a wine is the expression of its creator’s emotions. This is all the more true in the case of the wines from the Brunelli Estate.
We discover, in fact, that the Amarone Riserva Campo del Titari, with its forthright style that pulls no punches, is the very image of a determined and enigmatic craftsman of the soil like Luigi Brunelli. Luciana, on the other hand, is mirrored in the nuances of the gentle and graceful Amarone Riserva Campo Inferi, with its feminine traits and respect for tradition