Bardolino - a young wine

Bardolino - a young wine

Since the average Bardolino can only be kept for about 2 or 3 years (and with exception up till 5) before it starts to go bad, a vintage table is not as relevant. Because of this reason no vintage tables are released just for Bardolino wines. It is however possible to use the Amarone vintage table as reference since this wine is made largely from the same grapes and is also produced an about the same area. This is also the only comparison that can be made between these two wines.

Bardolino - Guerrieri Rizzardi
Bardolino - Guerrieri Rizzardi
Bardolino - Zenato
Bardolino - Tomassi
Bardolino - Lenotti


Color: Red
Region: Veneto
Grape(s): Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, Corvinone


Good wineries:

Guerrieri Rizzardi