If you love big, powerful reds that make a statement, choose this gorgeous, dense, cherry charged Amarone. It’s made by specialist of this style Cantina Negrar – Italy’s 2016 ‘Winery of the Year’. Rich, textured and packed with spiced red fruits.
"For weight and fruity richness, it’s hard to beat Italy’s Amarone and this is a superb introduction"
Leonardo Bassano Buyer for Italy
Wine Enthusiast calls Amarone “one of the 15 icons in Italian wine”. They are certainly some of the most prized reds from Italy, made by the ancient tradition of sun drying grapes before fermentation. This gives them an amazing richness, a glorious combination of power and complexity that cellars well, too. No wonder they are prized the world over. This 2015 from the renowned Cantina Negrar is named after 18th century poet Bartolomeo Lorenzi, whose epic poem celebrating rural life made Valpolicella wines famous. The grapes come from the ancient dry stone terraces of the cool Marano Valley, where they ripen slowly. They are then air dried for 120 days to concentrate the flavours. A superb bottle to enjoy now with hearty dishes or to cellar.
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