Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG

Valpolicella is a land devoted to growing vines since ancient  times: its name “vallis polis cellae” actually means “the  valley of many cellars”. Here are grown indigenous vines like Corvina Veronese, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara, used  to produce important and unique red wines. Amarone DOCG,  the noblest red wine of Valpolicella and one of the most  important Italian wines, has seduced the most refined palates  worldwide, thanks to its inimitable personality, its charm and  its character of traditional yet modern wine.


Silver Medal – IWSC International Wine &  Spirit Competition – UK (2017) – VTG 2012

Grand G o l d Medal – Concours Mondial de  Bruxelles – BE (2017) – VTG 2012

Bronze Medal – DWWA Decanter World  Wine Awards – UK (2017) – VTG 2012

Bronze Medal – IWC International Wine  Challenge – UK (2017) – VTG 2012

G o l d Medal – Gilbert & Gaillard International  Competition – France (2016) VTG 2012

G o l d Medal – China Wine & Spirits Awards – HK (2016)

90/100 Points – Luca Gardini – Italia (2015)  VTG 2011

Bronze Medal – Decanter World Wine  Awards – UK (2012) – VTG 2008

Silver Medal – Mundus Vini Award  Germany (2012) – VTG 2008

Silver Medal – Mundus Vini Award  Germany (2011) – VTG 2007

Bronze Medal – Best Match food and wine  category – International Wine & Spirit  Competition – HK (2010) – VTG 2007

Silver Medal – Hong Kong International  Wine & Spirit Competition – HK (2010) –  VTG 2007

G o l d Medal – Mundus Vini Award  Germany (2009) – VTG 2006

Silver Award – International Wine & Spirit  Competition – UK (2008) – VTG 2003

ABV: 16%
Sugar, g/l: 2-5
Total Acidity, g/l: 5,00-6,50

cl 75; cl 150

Organoleptic Characteristics

Color and Appearance
Intense ruby red with garnet tinges.

Characterized by an intense bouquet of mature red fruit (marasca cherry, plumb, blackcurrants), of black cherry and raspberry jam, nutmeg and chocolate.

Full, round, great body and structure, warm, persistent and intense to the palate. Tannins and acidity are in perfect balance with the alcohol, contributing to the harmony and to the great pleasantness of this wine.

Serving Temperature

18-20 °C

Serving Suggestions

This wine is recommended with braised meat, stews, roasts and game, but also goes well with cold cuts and seasoned and very mature cheeses. It is recommended also as a “meditation wine” slowly sipped to round off a meal.

Recommended glass


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