Valpolicella is a Valley by Lake Garda in Northern Italy.
The red wine Valpolicella is typically made from the grapes:
Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella (mandatory), followed by Molinara and others.
Valpolicella is a light wine, with low tannins and high acidity:
There are 3 types of Valpolicella wines: Basic, Classico and Superiore.
The basic Valpolicella indicates light, fragrant wines.
Valpolicella Classico is made from grapes grown in the "Classico" sub-area. The term "Classico" has just a geographical meaning and is not related to the quality.
Valpolicella DOC Superiore is aged at least one year and has at least 12% alcohol.