"The 2011 Valpolicella Superiore is a real stunner. Freshly cut flowers, bright red berries, cinnamon and mint are all laced together in a wine of exquisite finesse and nuance. In 2011, about 50% of the fruit was air-dried for about 20 days, while the wine was aged in equal parts cask and French oak barrique." –July 2015, Antonio Galloni
Roccolo Grassi Valpolicella Superiore is made from a combination of fresh grapes and slightly dried grapes in equal percentage. The slight dehydration of the grapes lasts approximately 20 days in order to alter the skin/pulp ratio. This is followed by a 20-month aging in wood before bottling.