Amarone Cavolo is a wine that derives from a careful selection of the grapes in the vineyard and a strict management of the drying process. The grapes designated for the production of Amarone wine are the best exposed and the sparsest. They are left to dry in crates for ca. 120 days and are then vinificated. The winemaking favors the transmission of all the noble components from the skins to the wine. Amarone Cavolo follows the traditional production method, employing large-volume wooden barrels capable of evolving the wine in its ca. 4 years of aging.