This wine is produced mainly from the Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes as well as a small percentage of Molinara grapes. The «Moròpio» vineyard is located in the Classic area in Marano di Valpolicella at 350 meters above sea level. The terroir is clay type. Each year 8,000 to 9,000 bottles of this Amarone are produced.
On the nose, the fragrances meet in a whirlwind of red fruits, dried flowers, sweet spices, black cherry jam, coffee and chocolate. This Amarone has the distinction of being aged in 4 different wood species; oak, chestnut, cherry and mulberry. This ageing gives it aromas of spices and delicate oak, supported by good acidity, giving it freshness and pleasure with each sip.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Ruby red with reflects of garnet, very concentrated.
Nose : Intense and complex. The perfumes come together in a swirl of red fruits, dried flowers, sweet spices, black cherry jam, coffee and chocolate.
Mouth : The same sensations can be found on the palate mixed with soft tannins and an acidity that gives freshness and pleasure with each sip.
Alcohol level : 17%
Winemaking : The ageing lasts 2 years in barrels and casks of oak, cherry and chestnut, followed by 12 months in bottle.
Food pairing : Game, grilled meat, Tournedos Rossini, oriental food, full bodied and slightly spicy cheese
Aging potential : 10 Years
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