AMARONE OF VALPOLICELLA

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The Amarone of Valpolicella is a wine of complex structure, elegant, balanced, rich and intense, such as the extraordinary shade of its impenetrable red as well as unreachable are its flavor and taste.

With a strong ruby red color with raisin bouquet that hints of sweet jam with spices.

Full, supple and persistent to the palate.

Excellent tannic suppleness.

The Amarone of Valpolicella Ferragù is surely a good companion for a pleasant meditation, it is its role to be tasted alone.

However, being a wine persistent in body and personality, it is possible to combine it only with rich dishes, aged cheese, venison, roast, braised meat and stew.

Of course, it is the perfect companion of a tipical Venetodish, the “Risotto all’Amarone”.


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The Amarone of Valpolicella is a wine of complex structure, elegant, balanced, rich and intense, such as the extraordinary shade of its impenetrable red as well as unreachable are its flavor and taste.

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Weight 1.75 kg
Grape varieties

Corvina, Corvinone, Croatina, Oseleta, Rondinella

City

Cellore, hamlet of Illasi.

Vine density

13.000 vines per hectare.

Age of the vines

20 Years

Training system

spalliera (guyot )

Exposure

east-west exposure to sunshine; altitude: 220 meters above sea level.

Vineyard area

1 hectare.

Type of soil

medium texture, presence of skeleton.

Bottles produced per year

4.000 bottles

Raisin-drying, vinification and fermentation

Raisin-drying 70 days; crushing/destemming, controlled temperature fermentation with inoculation of selected yeasts (saccharomyces cerevisiae)

Refinement

fourty eight months in american and french oak

Harvest

October, by hand.

Aging

twelve months in the bottle.

Characteristics

Color: strong ruby red, Flavor: raised grapes fragrance, Taste: sweet jam with spices, good tannic smoothness,

Alcohol content

17°

Dining combinations:

"Risotto all'Amarone", aged cheese, braisedmeat, rich dishes, roast, stew, venison

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