Valpolicella, home of Amarone

On the foothills of the Alps, in the region of Veneto in north-central Italy, Valpolicella -whose name is a mix of Latin and Greek “Vallis-polis-cellae”, or “valley of many cellars”- extends northwest from Verona like an open hand: its five fingers create four distinct valleys, where the cool winds from the Lessini Mountains meet with the warmth of Lake Garda and provide the area an … Continue reading Valpolicella, home of Amarone