Corvina Grapes


The Corvina grape can be difficult to cultivate, but is highly prized for its delightful flavor. The Corvina grape is small, with a blue-black color, and it resists rot. Alluvial, chalky and volcanic soils produce the grapes with the best flavors. While some wines are made of 100 percent Corvina, it is much more typical for Corvina to be blended to make other wines such as Bardolino, Valpolicella and Amarone, among others.


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