The oldest among the current Quintarelli vineyards have been acquired by his father in 1924 near the town of Negrar. In 1980 Giuseppe made some important additions to the estate and in 1985 began introducing new grape varieties such as nebbiolo, croatina, cabernet franc and sauvignon. Today the vineyards spread through the east side of the valley of Negrar, and they are overseen from the estate cellars located on the peak of the Cà Paletta hill in Cerè di Negrar. Pergola Veronese training system is used in the older vineyards, and Guyot in the newer ones. While corvina remains the dominant grape variety, you can also find here vibrant plots of rondinella, molinara, cabernet sauvignon and franc, nebbiolo, croatina and sangiovese among the reds, and garganega, trebbiano toscano, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, and saorin (a clone of tocai) among the whites. From the grapes yielded by these vineyards Quintarelli produces  60.000 bottles a year.

Quintarelli Valpolicella Classico Superiore bottle 2003 Quintarelli Veronese Primofiore botttle 2007 Quintarelli Veronese Primofiore botttle 2007 Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella Classico bt
Valpolicella Classico 
Veronese Primofiore 2010
Veronese Primofiore 2011
Amarone Della Valpolicella