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Amarone Classico Bertani is a timeless wine, expression of a unique style that Bertani has always followed with dedication. A classic style that does not need to change, because it is always current.
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Amarone Classico Bertani is a timeless wine, expression of a unique style that Bertani has always followed with dedication. A classic style that does not need to change, because it is always current. Amarone comes from Corvina and Rondinella grapes on the hills of Villa Novare in Valpolicella Classica, in vineyards dedicated only to drying grapes. Produced by Bertani since 1958, Amarone Classico Bertani means perfect harmony between time, nature and man. The natural drying of the grapes on the “aréle” and the aging in large barrels for at least six years make its structure stable and lasting, making it one of the longest-lived red wines in the world. It can be paired with red meats, game and aged cheeses but is also a perfect companion at the end of the meal and in meditation.
|Vines and plants||Rondinella and Corvina Veronese|
|Production area||The grapes come from the vineyards of the Villa Novare estate in Arbizzano di Negrar - Verona, in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica.|
|Vinification||The harvest takes place from the second week of September with manual harvesting.|
|Maturation||Amarone Classico Bertani ages in Slavonian oak barrels, with an average capacity of 60 hl, for about six years. A bottle refinement of at least 12 months follows.|
|Name||Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC|
|Date of bottling||December 2012|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||Alcohol: 15.4 - Ac. tot .: 6 - Ac. vol .: 0.55 - Z: 0.5 - pH: 3.44 - ES net: 31.5|
|Pairings||Red meats, game and aged cheeses but it is also a perfect companion at the end of the meal and in meditation|
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