The Sartori di Verona winery from the Venetian town of Negrar is a pioneer in the wine industry - now and in the past.
Casa Vinicola Sartori di Verona
Ever since the first vineyard supplied the wines for the in-house restaurant in 1898 and served the popular rosso Veronese, the Sartori family in Veneto has earned a name for itself that is now internationally celebrated. Whether Amarone, Prosecco, Valpolicella - Sartori di Verona has all Italian specialities in stock and with them the typical timeless Italian lust for life.
Sartori di Verona - wine history from Veneto
Andrea Sartori is the fourth generation of the Sartori di Verona family to manage the Sartori di Verona winery. Already as a schoolboy he helped his great-grandfather Pietro Sartor in the winery founded in 1898 in Negrar near Verona. Although the Sartori di Verona winery has always been faithful to itself in its efforts to produce elegant and timeless wines, the family has always looked to the future. Investments were made, new vineyards were cultivated from Lake Garda to Trentino. Also in the cellar, the winemakers from Negrar always worked with the latest equipment and innovative techniques to increase the quality year after year.
The wines of Sartori di Verona - timeless and elegant
Sartori is not interested in fads that are increasingly attracting the attention of many wine producers and consumers. They prefer to remain faithful to their own style; elegant and timeless, they are committed to it.
Naturally, the Venetian winery focuses on classic Italian specialities; the portfolio reads like the ABC of Italian Wines:
- Amarone della Valpolicella
- Ripasso Valpolicella
- Recioto di Soave
- Rosso Veronese
- Prosecco Frizzante
- L'appassito Rosso
List of Sartori di Verona grape varieties
For this rich variety of specialities, Sartori di Verona has a wide range of local and international grape varieties available, including:
- Corvinone Veronese
- Trebbiano di Soave
- Pinot Grigio
- Pinot Bianco
- Pinot Nero
- Tocai Friulano
- Cabernet Sauvignon
Top wines from such a wide variety are only possible because Sartori di Verona cultivates numerous vineyards in the best locations. Whether on the clayey limestones near Valpolicella, the fertile alluvial soil near Verona or the siliceous moraine and glacial debris from Bardolino to Lake Garda, the wines from Casa Viniscola Sartori di Verona are all awarded local DOC and IGT status.