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This sleek, polished red offers juicy blackberry and black fruit flavors, backed by refined tannins and well-integrated acidity. Hard to stop sipping. Corvina Veronese, Rondinella and Sangiovese.
The wine is made using an innovative take on the 'ripasso' technique. Most of the grapes are vinified at harvest time, while the rest are set aside to partially dry. In January, the wine blended with the juice from the raisined grapes undergoes a second fermentation.
: Ruby-red with garnet reflections. An intense nose, elegant and rich, with hints of red berries under spirit, sweet spices and tobacco. On the palate, full-bodied, balanced and intense, good persistence of spicy aromas. Elegant and harmonious wine.
A genuine deal here, cellarworthy yet in addition limitlessly pleasurable at this point. Tannins have soften[ed] quite recently enough enabling unhampered access to the products of the soil mouthfeel. Shading is suprisingly still violet while the sense of taste offers incredible identity without sweetness or profundity. Expressive and unadulterated with phenomenal focus. Complex notes are starting to uncover themselves. Good length with beautiful adjust and concordance. Waiting completion of tomato leaf, dark currant and dark licorice.
The 2010 Valpolicella Superiore Ripassa is simply beautiful. Freshly cut flowers, dark red berries and a gentle hint of spice caress the palate in a subtle, layered wine loaded with personality and class. This is a great introduction to the wines of Zenato. Best of all, the 2010 is a fabulous value. 92pts. Galloni
This wine is firmly associated with the best wine of Valpolicella: Amarone. In the wake of squeezing the dried grapes from which Amarone is made, the Valpolicella wine is disregarded the still warm marc of Amarone. A moment alcoholic aging starts which expands the alcoholic substance and the wine ends up noticeably wealthier in shading, bundle
Amarone is one of Italy's most renowned red wines with a remarkable generation technique elite to the locale. The bunch of Cesari's leader wine is set apart by cherry and prune fragrances and jammy notes. Toasted subtleties and indications of vanilla follow in this full, warm, agreeable red. A long and diligent complete is characterized by strong tannins that exquisitely coat the sense of taste. Delivered from dried grapes developed in the notable Classico region of the epithet, Cesari Amarone is broadly matured in a mix of French and Slavonian oak barrels for an aggregate of 3 years following maturation in stainless steel tanks.
The 2011 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico from Zenato is a mix of 80% Corvina, 10% Rondinella and 10% Oseleta. The grapes are set in cases in a very much ventilated space to raisin for 3-4 months preceding the winemaking procedure. To the extent the wine itself, as it starts to loosen up in the glass it discharges great smells of blackberries, dull fruits and dried plums, trailed by complex notes of cowhide, dried flower, pepper and indications of chocolate which all meet up in this wonderfully made Amarone. On the plate this is completely delightful, full-bodied, smooth and exceptionally very much adjusted with a long, expressive wrap up. This is an awesome Amarone from the Zenato family and even at this energetic age is as of now to a great degree engaging.
Through the presentation of longer maturing procedures, Bertani changed the generally sweet or shining red, Recioto della Valpolicella, into the dry, extravagant red we know today as Amarone, one of Italy's most respected red wines. Bertani Amarone is evenhandedly celebrated as a leading figure for its classification.