The Amarone is mainly produced from the Corvina grape variety. After a consequent grape thinning only 20 % of the grapes reach perfect maturity and are used for the Amarone. The drying needs a lot of time for high-quality results and the fermentation takes place at low temperature.
Appellation: Amarone Valpolicella DOCG
Vineyard: vineyards on the Monte Guala
Vineyard training system: Guyot
Vineyard soil: white marble
Vinification: drying of the grapes, maturation in barrique for 24 months
Food Pairings: stews, roasted meat, cheese
Characteristics: crisp notes of dark berries, elegant, full-bodied, well structured, long-lasting finish