Amarone is produced from grapes traditionally dried on straw mats for about four months away from the wind and rain.
Meanwhile, the water evaporates in the berry and only natural substances of grapes remains with a high concentration.
After pressing and fermentation, the wine is aged for three years in oak casks to reach its uncontested typicity.
Additional tasting notes
Color : intense ruby red.
Nose : ripe fruit, jam and cherry.
Mouth : warm body and elegant, powerful and a very long lingering flavour.
Alcohol level : 14.5%
Winemaking : Aging lasts 2-3 years in large oak casks and French small oak barrels, followed by six months in bottle.
Food pairing : Game, grilled meats, stews and for drinking on its own while relaxing
Aging potential : 10 to 15 Years
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