Azienda Agricola Brigaldara
Brigaldara is the wine box that encloses the different souls of Valpolicella.
A historic family, the Cesari, who have owned it since 1929, committed to the enhancement of a rich and heterogeneous viticultural heritage. The agricultural souls of Brigaldara extend over more than 120 hectares, 47 of which are planted with vineyards: an extraordinary viticultural heritage that Brigaldara manages through sustainable and far-sighted practices aimed at preserving the territory's rich biodiversity.
The winemaking process has always been a crucial part of Brigaldara's identity, modelled on the research of Professor Roberto Ferrarini, the oenologist who has contributed more than any other to the rebirth of Amarone in Valpolicella. A style based on tradition, without renouncing drinkability, freshness and, above all, respect for the varietal of all the grapes grown: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Oseleta, from whose blend are born nuances and "territorial" interpretations of Amarone and Valpolicella, which distinguish the production.