List of products by brand La Collina dei Ciliegi
Born out of Gianollis’ passion for land, farming and wine, La Collina dei Ciliegi's winery sits on the Valpantena hills near Verona, a 45-hectare estate adorned with sprawling vineyards and lush cherry trees, hence its idyllic name (which translates to cherry tree hill).
Well known for their intense, powerful red wines such as Amarone, Corvina, Valpolicella Superiore and Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso as well as its fresh and fine white wines, such as the Lugana and Garganega.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Fruity, with a pleasingly smooth and mineral structure.
The nose, after a brief oxygenation, reveals a rich and fruity bouquet, with a pleasingly smooth and mineral structure. Produced onlya short walk away from Lake Garda, this is a range of wines that aren\'t complicated yet still taste great.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Aromatic and fresh with a good structure.
An aromatic bouquet yet one that\'s simple and pleasant. A mild, fresh flavour with a nice minerality and good structure. Produced onlya short walk away from Lake Garda, this is a range of wines that aren\'t complicated yet still taste great.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Rich yet dry, made using the finest grapes from the Valpolicella hills.
A dry harmonious flavour and a rich, ruby red colour, the Valpolicella is made using the finest grapes from the Valpolicella hills.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Dry, with hints of golden apple and persistent beads of bubbles.
An intense, straw yellow colour with persistent beads of bubbles. The nose has an intense aroma of golden apple and light crusts of bread, with a fine bouquet of white flowers. The palate is dry with a pleasant flavour and good aromatic persistence.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Immensely complex, weighty and concentrated: an intriguing taste journey.
Deep garnet red with aromas of ripe plum and morello cherry, as well as chocolate and leather notes and nutmeg and cinnamon, creating continual amazement and a complex wine journey. Its dominant character means that it goes well with heavily spiced stews - especially ones with venison, as well as long-aged cheeses and goats. We recommend opening the bottle one hour before serving and decanting it.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Ruby red with purple hues, it has a strong smell of berries with notes of vanilla and spice.
The palate is dry, full-bodied, delicate and harmonious.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Intense with lots of fruit and spice, a perfectly balanced structure.
A deep ruby red colour with a rich and complex nose, with returns of classic Amarone perfumes such as intense plum, cherries and berries, cinnamon and liquorice. The palate is surprising - dry and very soft, with elegant tannins and a balanced structure.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Dry, elegant with a bouquet of plums, cherry and blackberries, which opens up to liquorice and spices.
A ruby red colour with garnet reflections. The nose opens with hints of plum, cherry and black berries but widens out to liquorice and spices, especially nutmeg and cinnamon. The palate is dry and elegant, with a good flavour and long finish and returns great retro-olfactory fruit and spices.
Lugana has a very intense bouquet yet elegant and well balanced. The palate is dry, fresh extremely pleasant.
Lugana wine was a white wine of old origin but almost unknown outside its small production area( the southern coast of lake Garda, on the border between two regions and two provinces: Lombardia and Veneto, Brescia and Verona). It has been discovered by wine lovers no more than 15-20 years ago and is now becoming more and more popular, in Italy and abroad. Thanks to its structure, Lugana is one of the few white wines that can age. A good Lugana wine can easily be stored for 4, 5 years, longer if aged in barrels before bottling it. You can find Lugana wine served as aperitif in all wine bars in Verona. It is also perfect with antipasti (typical Italian hors-oeuvres), cured meat, salami, fresh cheese. In lake Garda best restaurants it is often paired with lake trout, eel and coregone dishes. Ideal service temperature of 8/10° C (47/50°F).