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 highest expression of the winery, holding on tight to family roots while keeping a firm focus on innovation and respect for the environment. The combination of exceptional-quality raw materials and winemaking tradition is the key to the Allegrini brand’s success.
When Giovanni Allegrini decided to plant only Corvina grapes on the top of La Grola in 1979, motivated by a great passion for his beloved Valpolicella, he did not imagine the extraordinary success this wine would achieve
Amarone is history, passion and vision. Vigorous and intense, it expertly balances power and elegance while maintaining and enhancing the integrity of the fruit. Acclaimed by wine lovers and international critics alike, Amarone Allegrini is recognized as the benchmark in winemaking excellence in Valpolicella.
Fieramonte tells the story of Valpolicella and its most important traditions, underpinned by a combination of values firmly based on an upper hillside vineyard with slopes that face south, and on the stubbornness of man who has always reaped the best from those lands.
This wine is the embodiment of the innovative spirit of Allegrini and the proof of how Valpolicella’s most suitable soils and quality viticulture can produce great red wines, even without the aid of traditional techniques such as appassimento and ripasso.
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.
The name derives from the area known all over the world for the production of fine red wines. It represents the simple but refined introduction to the world of Corvina Veronese, whose essence it expresses. Valpolicella is a wine for every day, the perfect companion to informal get-togethers.
Valpolicella Superiore is one of the great wines of the Veronese tradition, known and loved for its sobriety and elegance. Compared to its namesake Valpolicella, it owes its ‘superiority’ to ageing in oak wood, which enriches its structure and complexity.
The Lugana produced by the Allegrini Family traces its own unique path, where aromaticity delicately outlines a fresh and subtle soul. This is a wine that combines immediacy and longevity.
Soave Allegrini emerged from the desire to enrich the range of Valpolicella wines with a fresh, refined and balanced white wine that is perfectly in line with the Company’s style. Produced with grapes from espalier vineyards located in the heart of the Soave D.O.C. appellation, it is a soft and graceful wine as its name suggests.
Giovanni Allegrini, the man who symbolises Valpolicella, was a great lover of Recioto. His offspring Walter, Marilisa and Franco have dedicated this wine to their father since 1990. An extraordinary innovator, Giovanni used Recioto to measure the skill of the winemakers of the time.
Allegrini’s properties extend for around 150 hectares in the cradle of the Valpolicella Classica. The unique vineyards yield prestigious wines, stemming from the company’s winemaking style and its exclusively estate-grown grapes.
The love they feel for their land has driven the Allegrini Family to enhance the potential of the Valpolicella area and its winemaking tradition. The decisions taken, informed with great far-sightedness, have seen Allegrini become one of the leading wine producers in Italy, and it is precisely in Valpolicella that the new generation of producers looks to Allegrini wines as an essential benchmark.