Romano Dal Forno

Valpolicella Superiore Corvina Blend

9.378 ratings
9.425 pro ratings
Valpolicella, Verona, Veneto, Italy
Corvina Blend
Top Notes For
Jimmy Hayes

Estate Director Mayacamas Vineyard

9.2

Boom! Pow! AArgh! #dalforno

Boom! Pow! AArgh! #dalforno

Mar 22nd, 2015
Niki Williams

Violets and dark berry and chocolate. Tannins still packing a punch. Gorgeous for many years to come.

Violets and dark berry and chocolate. Tannins still packing a punch. Gorgeous for many years to come.

Feb 16th, 2015
Adam Rutledge

Christmas Trees on Acid

Christmas Trees on Acid

Dec 8th, 2014
Alessandro Rossi

Sempre buono ma sempre pesante ...

Sempre buono ma sempre pesante ...

Mar 2nd, 2014
Alex Jones

Marketing/Development Kunni/Westerly Wines

9.6

2001

2001

Feb 9th, 2014
Charles Schneider

No slouch, here. Wildly aromatic. Exceptional intensity of fruit. Screaming tannins. Layers of texture.

No slouch, here. Wildly aromatic. Exceptional intensity of fruit. Screaming tannins. Layers of texture.

Aug 15th, 2013
Davis Smith

Sommelier Acquerello

8.4

Huge, thick, dark fruited, oak, mint flavored chewing tobacco. Might as well be Amarone.

Huge, thick, dark fruited, oak, mint flavored chewing tobacco. Might as well be Amarone.

Jul 19th, 2013
garry post

Licorice, dried fruits and leather. Rich and unctuous. Definitely not your everyday Valpolicella. Pretty amazing although not necessarily something I would drink every day.

We decanted this wine for SIX hours before enjoying by the way.

Licorice, dried fruits and leather. Rich and unctuous. Definitely not your everyday Valpolicella. Pretty amazing although not necessarily something I would drink every day.

We decanted this wine for SIX hours before enjoying by the way.

Jan 28th, 2020
Zack Hall

Corvina not my jam

Corvina not my jam

Nov 4th, 2019
Stephen Redenbaugh

Okay...plenty of tobacco, leather notes from oak; but the cherry, blackberry, and anise/incense notes carry enough interest. Dark and fruit forward still at 14years old; the wine was a perfect match to roast suckling pig with bean purée and roast veggies. When in Venice, drink Venato!

Okay...plenty of tobacco, leather notes from oak; but the cherry, blackberry, and anise/incense notes carry enough interest. Dark and fruit forward still at 14years old; the wine was a perfect match to roast suckling pig with bean purée and roast veggies. When in Venice, drink Venato!

Jun 29th, 2017