The Allegrini family has played a leading role in the history of Fumane and Valpolicella Classica since the sixteenth century and has handed down the culture of the vine and wine ever since. The corporate legacy of Giovanni Allegrini, the driving force behind the rebirth of the Valpolicella area, passed into the hands of the new generations: his son and daughter, Franco and Marilisa, together with his niece Silvia, the daughter of his late son, Walter. The Allegrini family has played a leading role in the history of Fumane and Valpolicella Classica since the 16th century and has handed down the culture of the vine and wine ever since.
It bears the name of the vineyard surrounding Villa Della Torre. It was the precursor of the double fermentation method: Franco Allegrini’s courageous winemaking intuitions have given rise to an extremely versatile wine with a strong personality. Acclaimed by the world’s most important wine magazines, Palazzo della Torre is one of the wines that has made Allegrini famous internationally.
An elegant, harmonious wine with considerable structure and aromaticity. Ruby red in colour with purplish hues, it initially reveals sophisticated notes of vanilla, black pepper and cloves, echoed by gentle nuances of raisined grapes. On the palate it is velvety, with soft tannins and a long and persistent finish.
Risotto with mushrooms and sausage, pasta Amatriciana and Carbonara, platters of ham and culatello, pork loin, roast veal, Parmigiano Reggiano and matured Monte Veronese cheese.