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Dry, full-bodied style which is soft and fruity on the nose. On the palate, the wine comes across rich and fruity with a dry, lingering finish.
DescriptionRipasso offers enthusiasts of Amarone a lighter thought on Veneto, and Torre del Falasco accentuates congeniality in this cutting edge go up against the great style. This is a dependable esteem wine in which you can hope to find liberal dull foods grown from the ground with layered smoke and calfskin tones. Appreciate with flame broiled hamburger.
Marco Speri is the child of Benedetto Speri, the patriarch of one of the amazing winemaking families in Valpolicella. Marco emulated his dad's example for a long time before making his own image in 2008. Marco will probably make wines as indicated by his own vision accentuating equalization and style.
Valpolicella is a winegrowing range east of Lake Garda in the area of Veneto. Marco Speri's 15 hectares of vineyards are situated in the town of Fumane, in the core of Valpolicella Classico nickname, and are prepared in a high-thickness pergoletta, a Y-formed advancement to the customary pergola framework.
This Amarone is delivered from hand-gathered grape bundles chose for idealize development. Following 100 days of drying inside and with a weight reduction of half, the wine gets a delayed pre-and post-maturation maceration utilizing just indigenous yeasts. The wine is developed in expansive Slavonian oak barrels for 42 months before packaging.
This Valpolicella comes from the single vineyard known as Ca'del Merlo. As with all Quintarelli wines the delineation and depth of flavors put this on a level above any other Valpolicella and most Amarone.