Amarone is made from the grapes of Valpolicella and has a specific method of drying, which is completed in the cool breezes typical of the surrounding mountains. It is characterised by a long period of barrel ageing, resulting in a full and decisive wine with hints of black cherry and ripe fruit, with spicy notes.
It stems from the peasant tradition of ‘re-passing’ Valpolicella on the marcs of Amarone. An important, full-bodied red, with notes of chocolate and cherry, which lends itself well to refined ageing techniques, giving the wine more structure and longevity. The nose offers a bouquet between fruit and spice.
It is produced in Valpolicella Classica from traditional Veronese grapes. A typical wine for the whole meal, it has hints of fresh fruit, intense cherry and raspberry. The final spicy tone leads back to the flavour of green pepper.
It is a fresh, aromatic and fruity white wine. White flowers and hints of citrus stand out in a colourful olfactory bouquet.