Brolo dei Giusti grows in the heart of Valpantena, one of the areas in the Valpolicella zone.
The line is a collective work of art, the result of the farming experience gained over thousands of years in the Valpantena and Valsquaranto areas.
Corvina Veronese, Corvinone, and Rondinella are the three grape varieties used and managed directly by the company to produce Brolo dei Giusti wines.
The vines, located in the heart of Valpantena, are cultivated partly on pergolas and partly with the guyot system in two small plots (2.5 and 3 hectares) and a larger one of 13 hectares. The last vineyard, enclosed by hedges, olive trees, and ‘marogne’ — the traditional dry-stone walls of Valpolicella — has the characteristics of a true ‘brolo’, as described by peasant culture and surviving documents on the agricultural life of the past.