SARTORI winery: from Amarone to the other Valpolicella wines, respecting tradition and terroir

We are Located in Valpolicella, amongst the hills that are dotted with vines, olive groves and cherry trees and which, for four generations, have provided the setting for the fortunes of the Sartori di Verona Family.
Today Andrea Sartori, together with his brother Luca, leads a successful company with an international vocation that exports its products in more than 50 countries all over the world, making Valpolicella’s excellent wines known everywhere.
The motto “di Verona” together with the noble presence of Can Grande della Scala that stand out in the company’s logo, attest to the profound and indissoluble bond with the places, history, beauty and elegance of one of the most visited cities in the world.
Sartori has been producing wine since 1898. It all began with Pietro, who sold his restaurant to start producing wine.
Generation after generation, Sartori produces the classic Veronese wines: Soave, Bardolino, Valpolicella and Ripasso and especially the extraordinary Amarone della Valpolicella, appreciated all over the world. The wines are elegantly reinterpreted and personalized to meet the tastes of consumers from the four corners of the world, as international markets become more and more important every day. However, Andrea Sartori is keen to stress that the company has its roots in the veronese soil and its winemaking traditions. He prefers to remain faithful to that sober, elegant and timeless style that more than anything else represents his wines, with the ability to adapt them to his own way of being, but without exceeding ephemeral fashions.
Andrea grew up in the vineyard, and as a result he perfectly knows this world. Following in his father’s footsteps he has traveled the four corners of the world, making his Veronese wine known everywhere.
A great satisfaction – for the president of Cantine Sartori to be in contact with nature and to work the grapes from the Veronese land producing something unique to share.
The company is also particularly interested in the topic of sustainability, in the broadest sense of the term, as demonstrated by the achievement of the SA8000 certification for corporate social responsibility. The integrity of the production processes together with the maximum enhancement of the territory, in full respect of the environment and workers, have always been subjects of central importance for the company.
Sartori is a historic company and dedicates its love to the territory that has seen it grow, and it is also for this reason that it is Official Partner of Fondazione Arena, the organizer of the opera festival of the Arena di Verona, one of the largest and most suggestive in the world.
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