2007 Sartori di Verona Regolo Howard Hewitt January 25, 2011 Tasting Notes 2 Comments The dominant grape in Valpolicella, Corvina becomes a better-than-average table wine from Sartori di Verona. The winery, located in northeastern Italy, gives this wine an ample dose of oak at 12-24 months but the tannins and finish remain smooth. There is a lovely hint of cherry on the palate which evolves to sour cherry on the finish. It is a medium-bodied wine that comes in at 13.5% alcohol. Pair with simple pasta dishes, pizza, or mild stews. WHO: Sartori di Verona WHAT: Corvina WHERE: Veneto, Italy WHEN: 2007 HOW MUCH: $20 (Media sample) Pingback: Tweets that mention 2007 Sartori di Verona Regolo : PALATE PRESS -- Topsy.com() http://www.1winedude.com 1WineDude Interesting juxtaposition to my review of this wine, which gets a mention today at 1WD. I wasn’t as kind.