BARDOLINO RED WINE

THE LIGHT RED WINE OF LAKE GARDA

The Bardolino is a light red wine made on the eastern shores of Lake Garda, below the alpine foothills. The climate here is understandably fresh, with lake breezes and cool mountain air blowing across the area from the west and north respectively.

The lake also slightly moderates temperature variations, and reflects the bright northern Italian sunlight. This combination of cool temperatures and bright sunshine is responsible for emphasizing the bright, fruity qualities of Bardolino wines.

Bardolino is made from a blend of Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes.

 

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