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More information about Amarone Della Valpolicella DOCG - Fasoli Gino
The barrel-aged Amarone Della Valpolicella from the Veneto wine-growing region is a dense ruby red in the glass. With a little swirl, the red wine glass reveals a charming garnet-red hue at the edges. After the first swirl, this red wine reveals a high viscosity, which can be seen in the clear stained glass windows at the edge of the glass. This Italian cuvée flatters the glass with wonderfully expressive notes of plum jam, sour cherries, raisins and prunes. There are also hints of other fruits.
The Fasoli Gino Amarone Della Valpolicella impresses with its elegantly dry taste. It was bottled with just 2.1 grams of residual sugar. As you would expect from a wine in the top wine segment, this Italian naturally delights with the finest balance despite its dryness. Aroma does not necessarily need a lot of sugar. On the tongue, this powerful red wine is characterized by an incredibly velvety texture. Thanks to its vital fruit acidity, Amarone Della Valpolicella is wonderfully fresh and lively on the palate. The finish of this well-matured red wine from the Veneto wine-growing region, more precisely from Valpolicella DOC, ultimately delights with a remarkable finish.
Vinification of the Amarone Della Valpolicella from Fasoli Gino
The starting point for the first-class and wonderfully powerful Amarone Della Valpolicella cuvée from Fasoli Gino is Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes. After the grape harvest, the grapes are immediately taken to the press house. Here they are sorted and carefully crushed. This is followed by fermentation in small wooden vats at controlled temperatures. At the end of fermentation, the organically produced Amarone Della Valpolicella is aged for a few months in oak barriques.
Dining recommendations for Fasoli Gino Amarone Della Valpolicella
Ideally enjoy this organic red wine from Italy at a temperature of 15 - 18°C with chickpea curry, vegetable stew with pesto or pasta with sausage dumplings.
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