Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

Tasting Notes

Brght red. Clean red cherry and berry aromas are lifted by a floral touch. Sweet on entry with a nice glyceral mouthfeel, then somewhat bitter with noteworthy tannic bite to the lively red berry flavors. Finishes classically dry and with a trace of alcohol-derived heat.

 

Tasting Notes BY ROBERT PARKER

The wine possesses notable clarity in a layered expression of bright red fruits. Perfumed aromatics add further complexity as the wine gains volume with air, revealing the full breadth of its pedigree. This focused, energetic wine is delicious now, but will be even better in another year or two.

 

features

Amarone Classico is made from grapes that have been harvested in Brigaldara's vineyards, located in the heart of the so called Valpolicella Classica, at the entrance of the Marano valley. The grapes employed for the production of Amarone are the best exposed and the sparsest. The careful selection of the grapes in the vineyard and the strict management of the drying process are of exreme importance for this wine. The grapes 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 Classico follows the traditional production method, employing large-volume wooden barrels capable of evolving the wine in the ca. 3 years of aging.

 

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