The Corvina grape is mostly found in Veneto in north-east Italy. It's known for producing the light red wines of Valpolicella and Bardolino and, when the grapes are dried, the classic, rich Amarone style. Usually blended with Rondinella/Molinara grapes in the Veneto, wines using 100% Corvina are labelled as IGT Veneto. Corvina has a sour cherry character with herbaceaous notes. Tiny amounts of wine are produced using this variety outside of Italy in Argentina, USA and Australia some of which are made in the style of Amarone by producers having connections with Italy.