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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 two years in oak casks and one year in bottle to reach its uncontested typicity.

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 : 16.0%

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

Amarone Moropio Antolini 2015

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Veneto
  • Producer : Antolini
  • Appellation : Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG
  • Classification alfavin : Powerful red
    Powerful, tannic, complex and full bodied. A wine of concentration, intensity and exceptional lingering flavour. High aging potential
  • Grape : Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella
  • Content : 75 cl
  • Type : Red

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Along with Sicily and Puglia, Veneto is one of Italy's biggest wine-producing regions. The region supplies almost one fifth of all the quality wines made in Italy, including some of the country's most famous names. There are three ...

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Since 1992 the Antolini brothers, Pier Paolo and Stefano, are taking care of the family owned vineyard, located in a hilly area at Marano in Valpolicella. Full of convictions and ideas, they decided in the 90s to become producers of ...

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