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This wine is made from grapes harvested in various vineyards located on hills in the Valpolicella zone (Mezzane and Tregnago hills). Different sources and different grape varieties are important to obtain ...
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The color of Amarone Campo dei Gigli Tenuta Sant Antonio is a very intense red, at the nose notes of wild red fruits are evident and hints of cocoa, licorice and black pepper in the background give a very ...
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This concentrated wine offers aromas of tobacco leaf, stewed plum, grilled porcini mushroom and sage. The lush palate delivers blackberry extract layered with notes of chocolate and vanilla alongside velvety, ...
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Amarone is one of Italy’s most prestigious red wines with a unique production method exclusive to the region. The bouquet of Cesari’s flagship wine is marked by cherry and prune aromas and jammy ...
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Tasting: Color: Intense garnet red.Bouquet: Intense and elegant with some notes of ripe fruit and spices.Flavor: Smooth and full bodied with lots of dried fruit During the harvest the grapes are carefully ...
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Garned red in color.Etheral that recalls almond and cherry. Taste of warm, harmonious, full-bodied with typical bitterish and at the same time soft and velvety after-taste.
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Color - Deep garnet redBouquet - Generous aroma of freshly-picked cherries mingled with notes of sour cherries, vanilla and an agreeable trace of spicinessTaste - Dry, full-bodied and amply structured; ...
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Dried fruit aromas. Spicy red fruits on the palate with medium length.
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A tarry red, with firm tannins backing tobacco-tinged flavors of dried black currant, cocoa powder, cherry preserves, ground spice and nut. This shows good intensity and focus, ending with a well-knit, ...
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The Santi Amarone is sourced from estate vineyards spread across multiple terroirs of the Valpolicella region. Only the ripest recie (ears) of the grape clusters are harvested when full ripeness is achieved ...
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Ruby red color purple with good intensity and density. Spicy scent of dried figs, cherries, herbs. Good persistence on the palate, with elegant tannins and pleasant sweet balsamic velvety tone. Balanced ...
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The Boscaini family keeps a unique collection of fine wines in its private cellars, produced in limited quantities and only in the best years, which the family likes to share with lovers of Masi wines. ...
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Strong, alluring, slightly sweet plum jam and cherry liqueur aromas. Dense texture, firm but soft, silky tannins and bright acidity balance richness and ample body. Long, intense finish, with baked fruit ...
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Intense red color with garnet hues. Stand out in the nose typical notes of plum, cherry and morello which follows a wide variety of tones: dried fruits, tea leaf, licorice and spices. It opens in the mouth ...
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Amarone differs from Valpolicella for two simple reasons. The first concerns the duration of the drying process, which in the case of Amarone can be prolonged to three months instead of one and a half months. ...
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