Valpolicella, Verona Landscape Images

Wine making in Italy’s Valpolicella region goes back to the ancient Greeks. The use of dessicated grapes in Amarone production was known as the "Greco" or greek style of winemaking and the name Valpolicella “Valley of Cellars” is thought to be a mix of Latin and Greek. Less well known is that the beautiful hilltop villages of Valpolicella rival those of Tuscany. Landscape photographer Olimpio Fantuz captured Valpolicella’s hills in late summer when the light is golden and the vines heavy laden.

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