Ruberpan Valpolicella Superiore was launched in 2003 from grapes grown on vineyards in Cellore d’Illasi, on the slopes of mount Garzon, 500m above sea level. The new winery is in the famous Villa Cipolla Pieropan in Tregnago Verona. The name Ruberpan comes from the Latin, ‘Ruber’ which means ruby red, and Pan from the Pieropan family
Their liveliest and most youthful style from Soave Classico, the Pieropan family has been producing this wine since the early 1900’s. Generous, pleasingly fresh and versatile, it is made from the traditional varieties of Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave grown in family- owned vineyards situated in the Soe Classico zone...