Ever since it has existed, the Brunelli name has been closely connected to the area of San Pietro in Cariano, a small valley in the Classic Valpolicella whose name derives from the Roman Cariae family. It is in this spot in the countryside, with age-old vacantion for growing vines, that the Brunelli family has handed down from generation to generation the ancient passion which has made its wines known and appreciated all over the world.
The estate is now in the capable hands of Luigi, enologist, and of his wife Luciana who, sharing Luigi’s expertise and passion, has created a special range of wines that distinguishes itself for both the virile and feminine values it expresses.
“The characters of a wine the expression of its creator’s emotions”. This is all the more true in the case of the wines from the Brunelli Estate. We discover, in fact, that the Amarone Campo dei Titari, with its forthright style that pulls no punches, is the very image of a determinate and enigmatic craftsman of the soil.