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There are three varieties permitted in Valpolicella. What are they?

Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara.

Corvina is considered the region’s best grape, making a sour cherry-like vibrant wine.

Molinara is considered inferior to both Corvina and Rondinella, and it is no longer a compulsory part of the blend.

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