Pieropan is an Italian wine producer located in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy, with a history dating back to 1880. The estate is known for producing premium wines, especially Soave and Valpolicella, which are made from indigenous grape varieties such as Garganega and Corvina.
Pieropan's wines are made using traditional techniques, with a focus on quality and terroir expression. Their Soave wines are particularly noteworthy, with a range of styles from crisp and refreshing to rich and complex, all showcasing the unique characteristics of the volcanic soils and microclimates of the region. The Valpolicella wines, including the famous Amarone, are also highly regarded for their depth and complexity.
In addition to the classic Soave and Valpolicella wines, Pieropan also produces a range of other wines, including a Chardonnay and a sparkling wine made from Garganega. Overall, Pieropan's wines are known for their balance, elegance, and ability to age gracefully.