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Romano Dal Forno Amarone 2010 D.O.C.G.
THE PRODUCER : Romano Dal Forno
Denomination: Amarone DOCG
Grape-variety: 60% Corvina, 20% Rondinella, 10% Oseleta, 10% Croatina. The grapes destined for use in the production of Amarone are only harvested from vines that have a minimum of 10 years of age..
Aging: After decantation in the middle of January, the Amarone, which still contains some residual sugars, is placed into new barrels, where it begins a slow fermentation process which will last for a further 18 months. The total amount of time that it remains in the barrels is 36 months. The final phase of the production process, which takes place once assembly of the barriques has finished and mass filtration has been obtained. The wine is bottled and left to age for a further 24 months before the final product is ready for sale.
Color: Amarone della Valpolicella is an intense, deep garnet in colour.
Nose: Nuances of truffle, tobacco and new leather wrap around the finish..
Taste: Subtle aromatic hints, that range from black cherry, blueberry to chocolate, anticipate the opulent expression of mature fruit that flows into the mouth with inadvertent persistence.
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