Palazzo della torre<br/>among the stand-out wines<br/>of readers of the Wall Street Journal
13 September 2021

Palazzo della torre
among the stand-out wines
of readers of the Wall Street Journal

Palazzo della Torre is one of the stand-out wines of readers of the Wall Street Journal. Here’s an extract from the article written by Lettie Teague:
"One wine I was surprised to see mentioned over and over again: Allegrini Palazzo Della Torre, a red blend from Veneto, Italy. It's reasonably priced—I paid $16 for a bottle—but not exactly a household name. It is, however, well distributed, thanks to Lux Wines, a division of E. & J. Gallo Winery. The Palazzo Della Torre is sold in all 50 states, and most of its production (25,000 of the 30,000 cases made) is sold in the U.S.—though one reader who drinks it regularly discovered it while traveling in Italy. Robert Ahlstrom of South Huntington, N.Y., wrote, “Four summers ago my family was in Milan at a ‘locals place' where I was served the house red. I thought it was wonderful. The server advised it was for sale in the States, and we have been drinking Palazzo Della Torre by Allegrini ever since.” Mr. Ahlstrom added that it's also now the house wine for several of his friends".