Wine Domini Veneti, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2006
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Reviews of purchase Domini Veneti, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2006
The wine has a deep garnet color.
The wine has a delicate taste with velvety tannins, excellent balance and a long, soft, silky finish.
The wine is full of rich aroma with notes of flowers, cherries, plums and light shades of oriental spices.
Traditionally, wine is served to the game, roast or stew seasoned and mature cheeses.
Domini Veneto - this top of the range wines of Valpolicella Negrar cooperative - the largest landowner in the territory of the Valpolicella Classico. Domini Veneti - the result of a long-term project for the allocation of the best Cru, lower yields on them and thereby improve the quality of wines. Domini Veneti name recalls a time when the land was part of the Valpolicella powerful Venetian Republic.
Wine Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC was aged in French barriques for 18 months, then 12 months in bottle. It is recommended to uncork the bottle Amarone della Valpolicella Classico at least 2 hours before serving. Wine is ideal for large glasses.
• Vintage 2001 - Silver Medal - International Wine Challenge, The 2005 Decanter World Wine Awards, Mundusvini Great International Wine Awards, a bronze medal - Japan Wine Challenge;
• Vintage 2003 - Silver Medal - Japan Wine Challenge 2006;
• Vintage 2004 - Gold Medal - Rocky Mountain Wine & Food, Canada, silver medal - Japan Wine Challenge 2007;
• Vintage 2005 - Silver Medal - Mundusvini Great International Wine Awards.
Winery Cantina Valpolicella Negrar was organized in 1933 from several small manufacturers uncompetitive. Today Cantina Negrar - an association of 180 winegrowers, one of the largest wine-producing cooperatives in Italy. They advise and coordinate the activities of about 200 owners of vineyards, whose total area is 500 hectares. Old recipes combined with modern innovations that are used with great caution and care - a guarantee of high quality. All the vineyards are located on the slopes of the hills of Valpolicella Classico region north-west of Verona. Annual production capacity now stands at over 8 million bottles of wine produced from more than 60,000 quintals (13 million. Pounds) of grapes.