Wine Speri, "Monte Sant'Urbano" Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG, 2003
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Reviews of purchase Speri, "Monte Sant'Urbano" Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG, 2003
Wine of deep red color with purple highlights.
The wine has a complex flavor with good structure, medium acidity, notes of cherries, sweet spices and a long pleasant finish.
The aroma of wine is characterized by notes of cherry and white pepper
Wine perfectly combined with hot and cold, stew, red meat, game, mature cheeses.
Abbreviation DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) denotes the name of the wine with controlled and guaranteed origin. Wines belonging to this category, make up the majority of noble Italian wines. They meet the strict requirements in terms of area of origin and grape varieties, as well as standards of vinification and alcohol content. Before awarding the honorary title of wines all the wines tasted are strictly undergo laboratory analysis. Each bottle is assigned an official number which is certified special brand of pink to red wine and green - for white, which is glued to the neck of the bottle.
A family history of the region Speri Valpolicella originates 7 generations ago, in the first half of the XIX century, with only a few hectares of land. Today, the family owns Spur 60 hectares of vineyards in the Valpolicella Classico region and produces about 350,000 bottles of wine per year. For the production of wine grapes used only with its own vineyards, all stages of production, from the cultivation of grapes and ending with bottling, carried out in-house. Speri wine cellar is equipped with modern technology that improves the efficiency of the production of high quality wines.