Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2017 Docg - Allegrini

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Amarone is the result of all the wisdom of the Allegrini family, a true classic of the denomination, a red that sums up tradition, territory and peasant wisdom. Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Oseleta are left to wither at least until December, checking their health on a daily basis. After a long refinement, the red becomes the emblem of national enology together with Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino. The profile is of great thickness and depth, both in the aromas of ripe fruit and spices, as well as on the palate, where alcohol finds the right travel companions in acidity and refined tannins. Gradient ruby ​​on inked shades. Olfactory emanation calibrated on warm notes of dried violets, both ripe and confitured blackberries, sweet spices and confit tomatoes that converge towards darker aromas of wet fur, willow bark, Tuscan cigar, cocoa beans and resin. The taste reveals a broad and robust structure that does not yield an inch in elegance and clarity; the various components appear fused into each other to compose a precious harmony culminating in a mineral, limpid and tenacious finish.

 

Your name Allegrini Amarone della Valpolicella Classic 2017
Type Still red
Classification
DOCG Amarone della Valpolicella Classico
Year 2017
Group 0,75 l Standard
Country
Italy
Region Veneto
Vines 80% Corvina, 15% Rondinella, 5% Oseleta
Location Fumane di Valpolicella (VR)
Weather Altitude: 180-280 m asl Exposure: South-East.
Soil composition Very varied, mostly calcareous, rich in skeleton and well drained.
Breeding system Old plants, Trentino pergola; new plants, simple guyot.
N. plants per hectare Old plants, about 3.000 plants / Ha; new plants, about 5.000 plants / Ha.
harvest Manual harvest of selected bunches carried out in the third week of September.
Fermentation temperature 8-22 ° C
Fermentation period About 25 days with periodic daily pumping over.
winemaking Natural over-ripening in the loft with 40-45% weight loss of the grapes. winemaking: crushing and destemming of the grapes carried out during the first fortnight of January. Fermentation: in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature.
Refinement In new barriques for 18 months, bulk for 7 months and aging in the bottle for about 14 months.
Grado alcohol 16,00% by volume
Production vintage 120.000 bottles
Sulfites Contains sulfites
pairing Traditionally it is paired with game dishes, grilled meats, braised meats and long-aged cheeses. Thanks to the hints of withering of the grapes, Amarone can also be proposed with original and fascinating dishes with sweet and sour flavors, so it goes perfectly with the creations of Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine.

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