Wine Allegrini, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2010, wooden box, 3 L
The wine is very dark ruby red color.
Well-structured wine with excellent balance of acidity and ripe tannins has an elegant, complex, rich, velvety taste with notes of ripe fruit and spices.
Warm bouquet of wine filled with spicy aromas of ripe fruit with hints of wild cherry expressive.
Wine blends perfectly with venison, braised or grilled red meats and mature mature cheeses. It perfectly accentuate the taste of sweet and sour oriental dishes.
Technology vintages unusual grapes first subjected drying (zaizyumlivaniyu) outdoors (about 100 days), causing it to lose 42% of its weight. After fermentation, the wine is aged for 18 months in oak barrels. Potential aging wine is 20 to 25 years. Amarone is recommended to decant for an hour before serving.
The farm is located in the Allegrini Valpolicella di Fumane. Since the XVI century Allegrini family lives in this small but significant area, located in the Valpolicella Classico, passing the secrets of wine from generation to generation. Giovanni Allegrini was at the forefront of the local wine-making practices of the reformers, he created some of the finest wines "Valpolicella" in 60-70 years of XX century. In the 80s his three children inherited the company.
Today Allegrini vineyards located in the most prestigious areas, cover an area of over 70 hectares. Allegrini rightly considered to be one of the largest landowners in Italy. Among their possessions should be noted manor La Grohl, which produces the most significant amount of products. Family-owned company produces wines of the highest level. Today, winemakers of the region Veneto monitor trends and innovations, which are set by Allegrini, which has become a trendsetter. The manufacturer also did much to promote Venetian wines in the world market. According to the Gambero Rosso - Italian edition of the authoritative, Allegrini considered a "Star" winery, in its arsenal has 21 award "Tre Bicchieri". "Star" in the Gambero Rosso called those wineries that have won at least 10 points higher.
Currently headed by Allegrini wine enterprises should Marylise Allegrini. She headed the family firm since the early seventies, and during that time the house Allegrini has become one of the most famous wineries of Italy and the largest in the Veneto region. Marylise together with his two brothers, Walter and Franco continues the work of their father - Giovanni Allegrini.