Amarone della Valpolicella: not "a" wine, but "the" wine
Amarone della Valpolicella does not need any introduction, it is highly requested and one of the finest wines with undisputed international fame. On this site, Enoteca Properzio has available labels and historical vintages that are difficult to find, with offers and competitive prices.
For fans of this wine, one bottle in particular - in a 1.5 or 3 liter edition - is unique: Amarone della Valpolicella dal Forno Romano 2000. Rigorously produced in Veneto, with a typical ruby red color, it is unmistakable due to its hints of minerals and notes of pepper. It is especially indicated for well-aged cheeses and smoked red meats, sublime if served between 18 and 20 degrees.
Amarone della Valpolicella dal Forno Romano 2011, of a different year but with the same prestige, is another bottle not to be missed. The ruby red color also has garnet nuances, while to the nose hints of almonds and walnuts stand out. The winning combination is with first courses, however it is also perfect with red meats and game.
Among the most requested labels, one cannot fail to mention Amarone del Valpolicella classic selection Giuseppe Quintarelli 2000 that was produced in only 4016 numbered bottles. The nose distinguishes an intense aroma which is delicate at the same time. It is characteristic for its scent of bitter almonds and an aftertaste that refers to sour cherries, and is excellent if accompanied with meat dishes.
Amarone wine from Valpolicella, a triumph of aromas and flavors h2>
Appreciated nationally and internationally for its decisive tone, as well as for its different shades that are rich in personality, Amarone della Valpolicella has an ancient tradition rooted in the territory, so as to reflect the best flavors and aromas of the region to which belongs: Veneto.
Examples include Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Quintarelli 2000 and Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Giovanni Allegrini 1996. The first stands out for its characteristic garnet red, with its orange reflections, whereas the latter is singular for its intense dark color.
Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Quintarelli 2000 offers unforgettable fragrances of cherry, sour cherry and rose, whilst Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Giovanni Allegrini 1996 has a caramel sweetness of the final flavor which remains indelible.