Hemingway’s Wine. One of the greatest writers of all time, Ernest Hemingway, was an enthusiast of Valpolicella wines. He said Valpolicella is “a wine as congenial as a brother’s house.” Friendly and familiar on the first sip. And like saying goodbye to a loved one on the last. One of Hemingway’s most famous quotes was “Courage is grace under pressure.” It’s fitting the writer loved Valpolicella wines. That’s because “Pozzetto” is a single cru Valpolicella Classico made with courage. A traditional wine of the area made without the help of grape-drying or oak aging. Just quality grapes from a superior vineyard. Pozzetto is naked, gracious, and familiar. Made with hand-selected varietals of the terrain: Corvina Gentile, Corvina Grossa, Rondinella, Molinara, and Ancellotta. Each cluster carefully selected by hand to ensure world class quality. Welcome to the house of the Ugolini Estate. Pairs with mozzarella, soft cheeses, salads, pasta with tomato sauce, and roasted chicken.