Vini di Musella
  • First year of production: 1995

  • Vineyard: Corvina and Corvinone 85%, Rondinella 10% and Barbera 5%

  • Geographical Location: Veneto – Italy Northeast of Verona, in the hill that divides Montorio from the Valle d’Illasi

  • Extension: 27 hectares of new furnishing plant – 8 hectares of pergola
    20 hectares for rent by guyot.
  • Plant date: 1960 to 2015.

  • Composition of the soil: Limestone with prevalence of iron red clay in the vineyards The Perlar and Palazzina, medium tufa clay dough in the Mount of the Dragon

  • Strains per hectare: 6500 in guyot and 4500 in pergola

  • Harvest: September 3 to October 5.

  • Yield per plant: 2 kg.

  • Climate trend: During some days of wintertime temperatures went at -5°C. Springtime started earlier, but on April 21st we had a terrible frost that burned many vineyards in all Europe. In the Musella forest there are a lot of deers that eat gems and fruits, so we had a 15- 20% production shortfall. Droughty summer brought to a earlier harvest,,started the first week of August. It was a hard and difficult Vintage, but the quality of grapes in the end is excellent.

  • Winemaking technique: 100% of Valpolicella Superior wine is REPASSED on skins
    Amarone’s not fully pressed. Peel-to-must maceration
    12-15 days at uncontrolled natural temperature. Periodic resafters.
    Racking. Malolactic fermentation. Transfer to barrels from
    350 lt, 500 lt and 3500 lt oak French. Ripening period 12
    Months. A review that does not wither the grapes.

  • Alcohol: 13,75% vol

  • Total acidity: 5.80 gr/l

  • PH: 3.38

  • Sugary residue: 1.70 g/l

  • Notes: Ruby red. Stylish to the nose with notes of red fruits and spices
    and a fine aroma of wood. Body, balanced between tannins and acidity.

  • External Analysis from Dubernet Laboratoires “Valpolicella Supeirore Ripasso 2017”: Download

Musella’s Wines

Our wines follow an ambitious project, not only because biodynamic, but because we believe that now is the time for the Valpolicella to further exploit its territorial potential, free from market constraints in order to better express all their innate class in purity and taste.

The elegance inherent in traditional varieties is thus considered by us the conceptual center of our wines, the true revelation of a rich and unique nuances and complexities territory, often enhanced with the right depth in the most commercial wines, thus confusing the public perception .

Cherry bark and spice blend in the typical pleasure of Valpolicella wines and find in Musella a sincere interpretation balance, which goes straight to the heart.

Musella’s Wines