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The Grapes used for the wines of Allegrini Estates

Molinara grapes, Their name means mill and their fruit looks like it is dusted with flour.

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In the Villa Cavarena vineyard the peduncle (bottom) of the Corvina grape turns red as a symbol of maturation.

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The intoxicating scent of drying grapes permeates the air of the drying center in Fumane Italy. These grapes are destined to become Amarone or Recioto wine.

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‏@FOURMAGAZINE We love Allegrini Amarone wine, north-east Italy’s prized possession...http://buff.ly/1pLmy5a #FOURMagazine pic.twitter.com/QDVDOdo4e2.

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"Despite the bizarre summer and heavy rains, we are collecting a great Pinot Grigio from our Naiano estate. Viticolture is the key factor for excellence!" Says Marilisa Allegrini http//:www.allegrini.it #wine #grape #nature #beautiful #Italy

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Allegrini grapes at the drying racks at Fumane. They rest for 3 months before becoming Amarone wine.

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Pinot Grigio grapes at the onset of Veraison (ripening of the grapes).

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Hillside #vineyard placement with good ventilation and drainage, helps Allegrini’s grapes withstand challenging weather. Our #Corvina grapes on September 8th at our Fieramonte Vineyard, in Mazzurega (Fumane), Valpolicella, Italy.

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Allegrini

Molinara: Used in small quantities it is used in the production of Valpolicella wine.

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An image of Oseleta grapes in the Allegrini vineyard of Fieramonte in Valpolicella Italy. 9/10/14