Amarone Wine

Valpolicella - Vigneto
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The Amarone della Valpolicella wine is produced in the north-eastern part of Italy in the Veneto region, in the Valpolicella area. The Amarone Classico della Valpolicella is probably one of the best wine of the area. The wine making process of the Amarone wine is an ancestral and very particular process.

The best grapes are collected manually at the beginning of fall. Grapes are then dried with air in a warehouse in order to increase their concentration in sugar and their famous taste. After, the wine is put in oak barrels for a time that can reach until 36 months. This wine has a higher percentage of alcohol (15-17%) compared to the other Valpolicella wines.

Amarone Information

After a year spent in a barrel, the wine is put into a bottle before being sold. The Amarone Della Valpolicella. The Amarone is garnet-colored and often left for two years before being sold. Several producers keep it for 5 years before they sell it. The Amarone wine can easily be kept for 10 years. Some of the Amarone can even age until 20 years.

The Amarone wine is a new wine, it appeared in 1960, the label indicated Recioto della Valpolicella and blow “Amarone”. In 1968 the Amarone wine was included in the Italian DOC (Denominazion di Origine Controllata) with the following subtitle: Classico Superiore. The Amarone della Valpolicella became a DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita), the highest level of Italian wine appellation only in 2010.

The Amarone della Valpolicella can be served with cold cuts, game bird, meats, cheeses such as Parmigiano and desserts.

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Amarone Wine

Valpolicella - Vigneto
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The Amarone della Valpolicella wine is produced in the north-eastern part of Italy in the Veneto region, in the Valpolicella area. The Amarone Classico della Valpolicella is probably one of the best wine of the area. The wine making process of the Amarone wine is an ancestral and very particular process.

The best grapes are collected manually at the beginning of fall. Grapes are then dried with air in a warehouse in order to increase their concentration in sugar and their famous taste. After, the wine is put in oak barrels for a time that can reach until 36 months. This wine has a higher percentage of alcohol (15-17%) compared to the other Valpolicella wines.

Amarone Information

After a year spent in a barrel, the wine is put into a bottle before being sold. The Amarone Della Valpolicella. The Amarone is garnet-colored and often left for two years before being sold. Several producers keep it for 5 years before they sell it. The Amarone wine can easily be kept for 10 years. Some of the Amarone can even age until 20 years.

The Amarone wine is a new wine, it appeared in 1960, the label indicated Recioto della Valpolicella and blow “Amarone”. In 1968 the Amarone wine was included in the Italian DOC (Denominazion di Origine Controllata) with the following subtitle: Classico Superiore. The Amarone della Valpolicella became a DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita), the highest level of Italian wine appellation only in 2010.

The Amarone della Valpolicella can be served with cold cuts, game bird, meats, cheeses such as Parmigiano and desserts.

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