The keystone of the Allegrini family’s hospitality – which offers gueststhe opportunity to stay in an authentically charming setting – is the beautifulRenaissance residence Villa Della Torre Allegrini, located just 30 minutes fromVerona in the small town of Fumane, in the heart of the Valpolicella. Asplendid jewel of 16th century Italian architecture, the Villa wasco-designed by Giulio Romano, author of the Gonzaga family’s Palazzo Te inMantua, and Michele Sanmicheli.

La grola

This large room with its lovely terrace is named after one of the most prestigious cru of the Valpolicella Classica and part of Allegrini’s viticultural heritage. It had always been Giovanni Allegrini’s dream to own this land, and when he finally acquired it, he achieved something not only for himself and his Company, but he also gave impetus to what was to unfold: the rebirth of the entire Valpolicella. An historic vineyard parcel, cited for the quality of its wines since the time of Catullus, local oral tradition recites that this vineyard was the birthplace of the Corvina grape, the main varietal amongst the area’s autochthonous vines.

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La Poja

This romantic room with a view over the vineyards is dedicated to the iconic cru of the Valpolicella Classica, located on the summit of the hill called La Grola. It is small parcel of just over two and a half hectares (6.5 acres), and was identified by Giovanni Allegrini as the ideal place for the production of a Corvina of such high quality that it deserved to be vinified on its own. The very same wine is still produced here today and has become an icon of the art of winemaking worldwide.

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This room, furnished with elegant period furniture and objets d’art, is named after one of Allegrini’s most prestigious, premier vineyards in the hamlet of Mazzurega, right in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica. Located more than 400 m (1312 ft) above sea level, the parcel of land looks out over Valpolicella’s beautiful rolling valleys and, alongside the Villa Cavarena project, symbolizes of the rediscovery and revival of wine-growing at high altitudes.

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