Vini di Musella
  • First year of production: 1997

  • Vineyard: Corvina 50% and Cabernet Sauvignon 50%

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

  • Extension: 27 hectares of new shoulder pad

  • Plant date: 1960 to 1999.

  • 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: 5/7000 to shoulder.

  • Harvest: From late August to mid-September.

  • Yield per plant: 1 kg.

  • Climate trend: Cold and dry winter. High temperatures arrive in March
    moving the shoots well in advance, the flowering already begins
    mid-May. Heavy rains at the beginning of summer, which
    keep productivity low. Hot and dry summer, almost
    without precipitation. Early harvest start at the end of August and
    excellent harvest until the end of September. Great vintage.

  • Winemaking technique: Cabernet Sauvignon harvesting is about a week ahead
    Corvina. Both grapes are placed in withering
    , but the Cabernet is already being pinched after two weeks,
    corvina is left for up to three weeks in the boxes.
    Separate vinification and rest for 18 months in new tonneau for the
    Cabernet and one or two years old for the Corvina. After
    assembly waits a few months before bottling.

  • Alcohol: 13.90% vol

  • Total acidity: 6.35 gr/l

  • PH: 3.35

  • Sugary residue: 3 gr/l

  • Dry extract: 42.30 g/l

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