This small reality began in the XIII century as family farm holding for support the family needs with different cultivations: wheat, barley, cherry trees, olive trees, vines… from ‘30s the family started to produce wine for selling, so it began a wine estate. The vineyards are located up on the hills in the Heart of Valpolicella Classica.
Expect bold aromas of cherry liqueur, black fig, carob, cinnamon, and plum sauce along with subtle notes of green peppercorn, chocolate, and crushed gravel dust. Sound intriguing? On the palate, Amarone wines often have medium-plus to high acidity balanced with high alcohol and flavors of black cherry, brown sugar, and chocolate.
Tasting Amarone is a fascinating experience. You’ll want to be sure and decant the wine and serve it in oversized glasses to collect its aromas.
Food pairing: All kind of red meat, truffles, chocolate and deserts.