Cesari is a winery located in the Valpolicella region of Verona, Italy. The winery was founded in 1936 by Gerardo Cesari, and has since been producing high quality wines that express the unique terroir of the region.
Cesari is particularly well-known for their Amarone della Valpolicella, a rich and complex wine made from dried grapes. The wine is produced using the appassimento method, in which the grapes are dried on racks for several months to concentrate their flavors and sugars before being fermented. Cesari's Amarone is aged in oak barrels for at least two years, resulting in a wine with intense aromas of dark fruit, chocolate, and spices, with a full-bodied and velvety texture.
In addition to Amarone, Cesari also produces a range of other Valpolicella wines, including Valpolicella Classico, Ripasso della Valpolicella, and Recioto della Valpolicella, as well as a selection of white wines made from Garganega and Trebbiano grapes.
Cesari's commitment to quality is evident in their use of traditional winemaking techniques, as well as their focus on sustainability and respect for the environment. The winery uses solar panels to power their operations, and has implemented a number of other green initiatives to reduce their environmental impact.