Amarone

For us here at Bertani, “natural” has a very precise connotation. It means producing without forcing things, using man’s intervention and knowledge to accompany the course of nature in the simplest way possible, from the vineyard to the drying of the grapes. In fact, making wine means living in constant harmony with nature, its cycles and its incredible unpredictability. It means finding the right balance between what nature gives us and what we (with our limitations and knowledge) can give back in order to add a precise and authentic identity to what we produce.

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The Novarè method

The Novarè method is a return to our origins in order to enhance the unique nature of our territory and its special link with the Corvina variety. Everything we do comes from our desire to bring to light the extraordinary heritage of farming know-how that has taken root in our land through the years.

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SECCO BERTANI
ORIGINAL VINTAGE EDITION

From the Bertani historical archives: “These varieties all produce purplish-coloured black grapes; they are mainly the above-described, corvina comune, corvina rizza or corvinone. As an experiment, varieties of foreign origin were planted, which are: syrah, sangiovetto grosso, cannajolo and cabernet sauvignon…”

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SOAVE BERTANI
ORIGINAL VINTAGE EDITION

Soave was one of the first Italian wines to be recognised as “typical and fine”, already back in 1931. The Soave Bertani was the image of this wine in the world. It was served at King George VI’s coronation lunch in England, in 1937, and in its honour the poet Trilussa wrote these verses: “When I drink Bertani’s Soave, I no longer think of yesterday or tomorrow…”

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