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Amarone della Valpolicella is to all intents and purposes a passito wine. However, it is a dry passito, a close relative of Recioto.
It seems that there is actually an error at the basis of the procedure that made this great Valpolicella wine famous. Legend has it that in 1936 the head of the Cantina Sociale Valpolicella, Adelino Lucchese, coined the term Amarone after tasting a barrel sample of Recioto forgotten in the cellar.
Amarone becomes an absolutely unique wine in the world panorama and inimitable, with an intense and luminous color, with intense aromas of cherry, currant, chocolate and spices, rich in substance, very structured, full, yet soft, elegant, perfectly balanced. Equipped with a pleasantness, a softness to the taste, a sweetness of expression, a length that conquer from the first taste. Unlike the other great Italian reds for aging, its round tannins, its juicy fruit, allow you to appreciate it. It is a magnificent wine for aging and highly appreciated when young.