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Speri tends to keep things fresh and energetic. The last one I had was a 2010 Amarone mag, divine! The Ripasso is an excellent intro to their wines, a baby Amarone. This is packed tight with a concentrated, silky bead of ripe red berries and red cherries that drives through the palate, until fine, quite firm tannins block its path right at the end. Medium-bodied, but the concentration of fruit makes it feel heavier. Lots of energy here, but balance, too. Delicious now. Even better after a
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Speri make Amarone of great sophistication, the trademarks of the appassimento technique are there, Speri keep things fresh and energetic. The last one I had was a 2010 mag, divine! Guido's note below is true to form. The 2016 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Sant'Urbano takes some time to blossom in the glass, as mineral-tinged blackberry evolves into a display of currants and cherries complemented by hints of sweet mint, lavender and violets. It’s velvety in texture and savory to t
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This is a very interesting wine. A young Amarone, by no means an inexperienced one. Despite its 16% alcohol you don’t see it and if you think really hard just feel it. It sits toward the finer end of the Amarone spectrum. Precise and vital. Modest tannin weight has a sufficient mid-palate hit to balance fresh fruits and a fine line of acid. The perceived sweetness from fruit drying so obvious in many an Amarone is a faint complexing character here. Thisis very well played. Given time this will
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Speri make Amarone of great sophistication, the trademarks of the appassimento technique are there, Speri keep things fresh and energetic. The last one I had was a 2010 mag, divine! Guido's note below is true to form. The 2016 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Sant'Urbano takes some time to blossom in the glass, as mineral-tinged blackberry evolves into a display of currants and cherries complemented by hints of sweet mint, lavender and violets. It’s velvety in texture and savory to t
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Corvina Veronese 45%, Corvinone 45%, Rondinella 5%, Oseleta 5% Region Veneto Area Valpolicella Classica, Fumane, Verona Altitude 180-280 metres above sea level (591-919 feet) Exposure Southeast Soil characteristic Varied, but mostly clayey and chalky soils of volcanic origin Training system Old vines Pergola Trentina, new vines Guyot Average age of the vines 37 years Density […]
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Gini ‘Scajari’ Riserva Amarone 2010

Red Blend | Valpolicella, Italy

'The 2010 Amarone della Valpolicella Riserva Scajari lifts up with a refined display of black cherries, lavender and white smoke. With coaxing, it blossoms further, adding depths of exotic spice and purple-tinged flowers. It’s silky and pure with a savory display of pure red fruits and inner herbal tones, as cooling minerality collects toward the close. There’s wonderful symmetry here, tapering off remarkably fresh yet also with a coating of fine tannins, which should carry the Scajari for a
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Bertani Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico 2011

Red Blend | Valpolicella, Italy

The Most Burgundian Amarone I've Ever Had! A perfectly matured wine, in a beautiful zone! A wine that you can spend hours just smelling!
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Speri make Amarone of great sophistication, the trademarks of the appassimento technique are there, Speri keep things fresh and energetic. The last one I had was a 2010 mag, divine! Guido's note below is true to form. The 2016 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Sant'Urbano takes some time to blossom in the glass, as mineral-tinged blackberry evolves into a display of currants and cherries complemented by hints of sweet mint, lavender and violets. It’s velvety in texture and savory to t
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Giuseppe Quintarelli Rosso di Bepi 2014

Red Blend | Valpolicella, Veneto

It's no surprise that Giuseppe is considered the Maestro. Only Quintarelli would declassify a wine like this, the difference between Amarone and Rosso is a very fine line here. Exotic nose of sweet spice potpourri, dried and fresh red fruit notes . The palate is powerful and rich with crushed bitter chocolate notes, dark red fruit, and a pomegranate /orange peel note . A fine mineral and tannin line gives the wine structure and even though this is a big wine, it is always elegant. Grapes
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