This wine is the result of Allegrini's expertise in the technique of drying grapes. The majority of the corvina and rondinella grapes are vinified at harvest time while the rest is sent to the drying room where the grapes slowly become raisined until they are pressed in January. The juice is blended with the fresh wine made in September to start a second fermentation aimed at providing extra concentration and complexity. Aged in oak barrels, this is a unique wine with a pleasant, fruity, raisin-like character. Palazzo Della Torre, a beautiful renaissance villa ant its vineyard, are the property of Allegrini in the town of Fumane, near Verona. Dry red wine. Alc. 13.5% by Vol. Estate bottled by Allegrini Fumane. Product of Italy.