Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG

Aged red wine

2015

A classic of the Venetian winemaking tradition, Gioradano’s Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG is vinified with great care and respect for a heritage that is as innovative as it is universally acclaimed. This is a red of the highest quality, beloved at home and an object of desire for fans around the world. Complex but not difficult, austere without being impossible to decipher, matured first in wood, then in glass to reach an irresistible expressive fullness. The longevous red Amarone della Valpolicella is a must-have in the true Wine Lover’s cellar.

Abv
Abv
15%
Serving Temperature
Serving Temperature
18°-20 °C
Characteristics

The wine is dark red, impenetrable and full. Garnet reflections enrich its appearance, giving it an air of mysterious attractiveness. Its olfactory profile is warm, ample and inviting: ripe red berry fruit is an outspoken protagonist that is central in an overwhelming bouquet. When tasted, this wine convinces with its harmonious soft palatability and its great expressive power.

£ 17 .94
£ 29.90
-40%
1 bottle   (cod. 8699)
£ 23.92/lt.
Vinification

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG is manually obtained from extracts and placed on racks at controlled a temperature and humidity for no less than three months. After fermentation it spends the remaining time in oak barrels before resting in bottles for another 12 months.

Food Matches

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG goes perfectly with red meat dishes, game and seasoned, tasty cheeses. What is a gourmet dish with which to try it? Pheasant with walnuts and truffle. With its unique organoleptic characteristics, this wine is unsurpassed for reflection and conversation.

Tasting

The first tasting of Amarone, an act that marked its beginning, dates back to the 1940s. A cellarman left a Recioto to ferment for longer than necessary and, when he tried it, he found himself saying aloud: "But this is not amaro (bitter) its Amarone "! A fortunate mistake for all lovers of good wine, an oversight without which today we could not sip one of the most loved wines of all time.