The icon of Counts Serego Alighieri noble family, direct descendants of poet Dante, which started the history of Amarone in Italy. Expertise MASI: maturation in Slavonian oak casks and cherry wood casks. Long ageing potential: over 40 years. The term “Amarone” probably derives from the name of this ancient vineyard, “Vaio Armaron”, in the heart of historic Valpolicella, cultived by Counts Serego Alighieri since 1353.
Rich aromas of bitter cherry, baked fruits, cinnamon and vanilla, with oak notes. Rich, plush and hefty flavors of sweet cherry, cooked fruit, almond, cinnamon and clove are shaped by acidity before the long finish.
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grape varieties: Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara.
with red meat, game, quail, roasts and strong cheese, a noble after dinner wine
Masi Agricola Spa,Via Monteleone 26,37015 Gargagnano di S.Ambrogio di Valpolicella,IT
272 kJ / 65 kcal