From Vineyards to Icons.

The Allegrini vineyards are located in three prestigious areas of Italian viticulture, namely Valpolicella, Lugana, and Soave. These vineyards dominate the landscape and produce wines that reflect the unique local terroir and style, with a focus on preserving the fruit’s integrity during the wine-making process. Starting from 2024, all of Allegrini’s wine-growing lands in Valpolicella Classica will be exclusively situated on hills. Since 1854, Allegrini has been an essential part of the history of Valpolicella Classica. The winery is located in Fumane, a province of Verona, and owes its existence to the intelligence and hard work of Giovanni Allegrini. In the 1960s, he transformed the agricultural practices of his ancestors into a thriving business, and was one of the first to prioritise quality over quantity. The innovations he introduced were pivotal to the rebirth of Valpolicella and form the basis of the distinctive “Allegrini” style that has gained international recognition.

Our commitment to preserving the heritage of our lands and upholding tradition is our guarantee for the future.

Francesco, Giovanni, Matteo, and their cousin Silvia – the seventh generation of the family – hold significant positions in the Allegrini company management, including general management, cellar management, and international and external relations.

Allegrini wines have become iconic symbols of Valpolicella.

The exceptional quality of our raw materials and winemaking tradition are the reasons behind the success of our wines. They represent the entire region and embody a production philosophy rooted in tradition yet forward-looking.

Our path
to sustainability

The Allegrini family has always given utmost importance to the territory where they work. They believe that preserving and nurturing their land is crucial for ensuring a thriving soil that can be passed down to the future generations. Since its inception, the company has been committed to developing wine-making processes that respect the environment both in the vineyard and in the cellar. It has now intensified its focus on sustainability to further promote and facilitate the natural evolution of the best practices that it has followed in the past. The family business aims to produce wine that benefits both the company and nature while respecting and preserving the environment throughout all production phases.