Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG
The most prestigious wine of Valpolicella, whose excellence and uniqueness are worldwide appreciated, is obtained through the drying of the grapes in the so-called "fruttaio" for about 100/120 days. In this period the substances of the berries, such as sugars and polyphenols, increase. The dried grapes are vinified in winter, and after a slow fermentation, dry wine with high alcohol content is produced. Long ageing in wood refines its unique structure and personality, making it able to evolve for decades.
Because of its organoleptic characteristics, Amarone is delicious with meat courses, game, matured cheeses, but it can also be appreciated alone, as a pleasant “meditation wine”.
MOST COMMONLY USED WINE CLOSURES:
One-piece natural cork.