Wine "Domini Veneti" Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2012, in wooden box, 1.5 L
- Grape varieties:
Vintages and volumes
Reviews of purchase "Domini Veneti" Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC, 2012, in wooden box, 1.5 L
The wine is characterized by a dense ruby color.
The taste of wine a rich, dense and well balanced, with spicy notes and dried fruit. The finish is long.
The wine has a deep aroma, which pronounced tones of berry jam and cocoa, which are complemented by nuances of menthol and herbs.
Wine is served with grilled and stewed meat, grilled dishes, goes well with game, it is recommended to cheese.
Wine "Domini Veneti" Amarone della Valpolicella Classico is made from grapes from the hills of Negrar commune that is located in the heart of the Valpolicella Classico production zone. The vineyard has a south-east exposure and is situated at an altitude of 150-350 meters above sea level. Here, on the alluvial and lime-clay soils, the vines grow on the average age of 20 years. With them manually harvested grapes and podvyalivayut it on straw mats or in special boxes for 4 months according to the method called "appasimento." The fermentation lasts for 30 days in neutral containers. The wine is aged in French barriques for 18 months, then 12 months in bottle. It is recommended to uncork a bottle of wine for at least 2 hours before serving. Wine is ideal for large glasses.
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.