Now into its fifth generation of winemakers, Campagnola definitely has its heart and roots based in Valpolicella. Founded by Carlo Campagnola in 1907, the business is now helmed by siblings Giuseppe, Antonella and Monica Campagnola, alongside Giuseppe's sons Paolo, a winemaker, and Andrea, the business manager.
Unsurprisingly, Amarone della Valpolicella is Campagnola's main focus (and best wine), as well as Valpolicella, Recioto, Ripasso, Soave, and Pinot Grigio. As well as their estate vineyards, Campagnola sources fruit from over 50 growers around Marano di Valpolicella, from which they produce over 30 wines.
Made from the same grapes you see in a Valpolicella blend, the wine shows bright red fruits on the nose and palate and high acidity, giving it an aroma, taste and feel very much reminiscent of Beaujolais Nouveau. Made to be light and fruity and quaffed, rather than mulled over. With bright flavors of raspberry & Marasca cherry, some notes of wild herbs and a super juicy, red-fruited finish. This is an ideal pairing with pasta dishes, pizza, cheese, or any other light meals. Made from Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara, from hillyside vineyards of Lake Garda