Dense garnet red color, reminiscent of tiny dark fruits

Product Code: Wine_AmaroneDOCGCampomasua_Venturini
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WINERY: Venturini


DESCRIPTION: Campomasua has a dense garnet red color, very intense and luminous. To the nose it is initially austere and introspective, dense and highly concentrated, but little by little it reveals its true nature. Sweet hints begin to emerge, reminiscent of tiny dark fruits, the petals of wilted violets and roses, cocoa powder, prunes and walnuts. In the mouth it is rich, strong, flavorful, balanced and highly refined.

It undergoes a lengthy maturing process that allows the wine to develop its substance and amalgamate its structure slowly. Like the gnarled trunk of an old vine that, undisturbed, continues to grow and bear fruit, Campomasua knows how to evolve in time and deliver new shadings of flavor with the passage of time.


BEST WITH: Campomasua can accompany elaborate dishes, but thanks to its rich flavor it is even more satisfying by itself or paired with dark chocolate.

GRAPE VARIETIES: Corvina 70% Rondinella 20% Corvinone 10%

NET CONT: 750ml 1500ml

ALCOHOL: 16.5% by vol.

VINEYARDS: Located in the Valpolicella Classica district in a hilly area about 250 mt above sea level – prevalent southwestern exposure – very light, calcareous soil rich in skeletrical matter.

GROWING SYSTEM: Trento pergola – density of 3,000 plants per hectare – average age of vineyards: 30 years – average buds per plant: 20

YIELD PER HECTARE: 6,000 kilograms

HARVEST: by hand, generally in the second week of September.


VINIFICATION: Raisining of selected bunches on platforms until February (loss of 45% of the weight) - pressing and destemming - maceration on the skins for 45 days, pumping over daily - fermentation between 10°C and 20°C – racking off and transfer to wood, where the wine matures for 36 months, part in oaken casks and part in tonneaux - aged in the bottle for 6 months after bottling.






Azienda Agricola Venturini is located in San Floriano which is a village in part of the town of San Pietro in Cariano (Verona). It was established in 1963 and continues to grow thanks to love, experience and hard work of three generations. Beginning with Grandfather Antonio who passed it onto his son Massimino, who in turn placed it in the hands of his children: Daniele carefully follows the wine making process, Mirco passionately takes care of the vineyards and Giuseppina manages the business sector.

"Dedication and passion...
...Living everyday in close contact with nature, following and respecting its rhythm. It is our family’s admiring gaze towards the rows of grapevines as it proudly admire the ripened grapes. It is the memory of our grandfather Massimino’s loving touch on our faces with his rough hands, that represented the earth’s essence".