Wine Tommasi, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2009
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Wine of deep ruby red color.
The wine has a complex, full-bodied taste with a soft texture, characteristic notes of raisins, ripe plums, black cherries, hints of mocha and minerals, long, seductive, juicy and soft finish.
Exquisite, intense aroma of the wine is filled with tones of ripe plums and cherries.
The wine goes well with hot dishes, pasta, rich meats and game, fresh cheeses.
Try Amarone della Valpolicella excellent, which is proudly powered by Tommasi and is made from grapes grown on the highest hill of the historic zone of Valpolicella Classico DOC. The wine is made by special technology, according to which the grapes are dried for 5 months - from October, after harvest, until February. This allows the grapes to acquire new delicious flavors, deep, rich flavor and increase the level of natural sugar. After the end of fermentation, the wine is aged in the first 36 months in the 35-gektolitrovyh barrels of Slavonian oak, and then another 12 months in bottle develops.
Among the awards Amarone della Valpolicella is worth noting gold medal won in the contest "Verona Wine Top", as well as two silver medals, which won the wine at the prestigious international competition "Decanter Wordl Wine Awards" and the "International Wine Challenge".
Amarone della Valpolicella Classico - this wine for special occasions, which can be supplied as during the main meal, and become the perfect companion for a pleasant afternoon conversations with relatives and friends.
Family group Tomazzi Vitikoltori was founded in 1902, when Giacomo Tommasi purchased his first vineyard. Over a century of history from a small family business company has evolved into a major producer, owns 135 acres of excellent land in the best wine region of Italy - Veneto. Of particular note is the fact that Tommasi makes wine only from grapes grown on their own lands, and their unique taste they acquire through the specifics of soil represented by limestone, as well as local grape varieties that best reflect the characteristics of the terroir. Today, skillfully combining in his work of traditional and modern winemaking techniques, Tommasi produces elegant wines, which annually receives high marks such respected publications as: Gambero Rosso (Italy), Wine Spectator (USA), Decanter (UK), Wine Enthusiast (USA) . In 2001 the company won the title Tommasi "The best wine house Italy."