The Allegrini family estate covers 120 hectares of vineyard in the heart of Valpolicella Classico. One of the most historically significant wineries in northern Italy, they are a key player in the modern development of Veneto's reputation as a heartland of quality red wines.
Although the family estate has been growing grapes here for several centuries, Giovanni Allegrini was the first to start bottling wines from the family's vineyards. When he died in 1983, he passed a passion for. and a commitment to, quality wine onto his three children - Walter, Marilisa and Franco. They have worked together to build on Giovanni's quality ethos until Walter's death in 2003. Franco now looks after the vineyards and the winemaking, while Marilisa takes charge of sales and marketing.
Allegrini's Amarone is the iconic symbol of the Valpolicella region, and they have numerous projects across Italy that continue to turn heads.