This project started in 1989 in Veneto and targets all world markets; it is the result of a collaboration between the Allegrini family and a select group of wine-growers. The vineyards have deep, fertile soils that are well-suited to Veronese grapes as well as some international varietals. Wines that are typically crisp, highly aromatic and easy to drink, aimed at a young clientele looking for quality at an attractive price. A 33-hectare Estate in Cavaion Veronese, right in the heart of Bardolino Classico, located close to the Morainal hills of Lake Garda and with southerly exposure. Typical Veronese grape varieties, grown on the basis of specific soil types and exposure, with avant-garde vine-training and eco-friendly viticulture techniques. Wines that are strongly identified with the geographical area, symbolizing a modern and stylish way of life, but without neglecting personal values. Firmly rooted in tradition but increasingly open to the market thanks to the on-going quest for quality, increasing enthusiasm and striking creativity. The Allegrini Family has been producing wine for over four hundred years. Through its constant commitment to reinforcing and promoting agricultural traditions, it has made a significant contribution to the development of the Valpolicella area, helping it to become the cradle of great red wines. Today Allegrini today is a consolidated group of Companies and one of the most dynamic and well-known wine producers in Italy and abroad. Its roots lie in Fumane di Valpolicella where, in 1854, the Azienda Agricola was founded and headed, over subsequent decades, by consecutive generations of the Allegrini Family. In the Valpolicella Classico area, the Allegrini Estate extends for some 100 hectares (247 acres); these parcels are the cradle of highly prestigious cru wines such as La Grola, Palazzo della Torre and La Poja and the birthplace of Amarone, a star in the constellation of great Italian red wines.