Corvina is a typical grape from the region Veneto and is used in the blend for the production of Amarone. The vines for this Corvina Veronese igt have between 5 and 45 years old. The manual harvest takes place between the end of September and early October. A part of the grapes are then dried in order to provide a pleasant roundness to the wine. After the fermentation, part of the wine will age 12 months in oak barrels and stainless steel tanks followed by 6 months in bottle.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Ruby red with purple highlights.
Nose : Pleasant, open nose with notes of fresh cherries.
Mouth : Supple attack with fine tannins. A delicious wine with crisp fruit. Lingering finish.
Alcohol level : 14%
Winemaking : Part of the wine will age 12 months in oak barrels and stainless steel tanks followed by 6 months in bottle.
Food pairing : Red meats, steak tartare, lasagne, flavoured cheese.
Aging potential : 4 to 7 Years
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