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Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG

Organoleptic characteristics:

a well-structured and decided wine, distinguished by its full and refined flavour. It has a characteristic intense garnet red colour and the spicy and warm aromas of ripe fruit. Elegant to the palate, complex, well-balanced and full-bodied with hints of raisins. Amarone is a wine of fundamental importance on the Italian wine scene. It is the flagship wine of Valpolicella and is known and appreciated worldwide.

Varieties of grapes:

A blend of Corvina and Corvinone (70%), Rondinella (25%) and Molinara (5%)

Harvest:

by hand in late September. Hand-harvested and graded grapes are placed in wooden crates and left to DRY for 3-4 months in naturally ventilated lofts, losing up to 40-45% of the weight of the grapes.

Output per hectare:

24 hl

Vinification:

when drying is finished the grapes are pressed and fermented at controlled temperatures with selected yeasts and with its own skins for about 8-10 days.

Maturation:

for about 30 months in oak barrels, 25% of which in new barrques and 75% in 25-hl barrels

Refinement:

in bottle for about 12 months

Average analytical data:

alcohol content: 16% vol total acidity: 5.80 g/l
 dry extract: 34 g/l


Serving temperature:

16-18° C It is advisable to uncork the bottle at least one hour before serving.

Dining combinations:

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Lavarini accompanies red, braised meats and game with distinction. Amarone, thanks to its hint of raisins, also accompanies dishes with sweet-and-sour flavours, including Asian and Middle Eastern cousins. A wine for meditation, Amarone is the ideal companion for pleasant conversation and evening at the fireside.

Bottle format:

750 ml, 1.500 ml

Lay-Down time:

over 15 years  
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LAVARINI Soc. Agricola di Lavarini Massimo & C. s.s. Via Casa Zamboni, 4 37024 Negrar VR C.F. e Partita IVA 02962030231

Amarone della Valpolicella

DOCG

Organoleptic characteristics:

a well-structured and decided wine, distinguished by its full and refined flavour. It has a characteristic intense garnet red colour and the spicy and warm aromas of ripe fruit. Elegant to the palate, complex, well-balanced and full-bodied with hints of raisins. Amarone is a wine of fundamental importance on the Italian wine scene. It is the flagship wine of Valpolicella and is known and appreciated worldwide.

Varieties of grapes:

A blend of Corvina and Corvinone (70%), Rondinella (25%) and Molinara (5%)

Harvest:

by hand in late September. Hand-harvested and graded grapes are placed in wooden crates and left to DRY for 3-4 months in naturally ventilated lofts, losing up to 40-45% of the weight of the grapes.

Output per hectare:

24 hl

Vinification:

when drying is finished the grapes are pressed and fermented at controlled temperatures with selected yeasts and with its own skins for about 8-10 days.

Maturation:

for about 30 months in oak barrels, 25% of which in new barrques and 75% in 25-hl barrels

Refinement:

in bottle for about 12 months

Average analytical data:

alcohol content: 16% vol total acidity: 5.80 g/l
 dry extract: 34 g/l


Serving temperature:

16-18° C It is advisable to uncork the bottle at least one hour before serving.

Dining combinations:

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Lavarini accompanies red, braised meats and game with distinction. Amarone, thanks to its hint of raisins, also accompanies dishes with sweet- and-sour flavours, including Asian and Middle Eastern cousins. A wine for meditation, Amarone is the ideal companion for pleasant conversation and evening at the fireside.

Bottle format:

750 ml, 1.500 ml

Lay-Down time:

over 15 years  
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Amarone della

Valpolicella DOCG

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