11,20 € tax incl.
Intense red color with garnet reflections. Hints of ripe cherry, spices and dried fruit typical of the grapes grown in Valpantena, accompanied by a good presence of red berry fruit and walnut husk that arise during the Ripasso. In the mouth it is full, soft, pleasantly bitter, savory and persistent.
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The first wine produced by the company, Secco-Bertani was born around 1870 on the hills of Valpantena. The first interpretation of a great quality wine in the Veronese area, even today Secco-Bertani is a timeless classic and milestone of enology, a true reference model. The result of a successful innovation, the re-fermentation of Valpolicella on the pomace of Recioto and today also of Amarone, combines the freshness of the fruit and the spicy notes typical of Valpantena with a concentration and structure deriving from the particular vinification. Its uniqueness and the prestige that led to Italian enology in the world, earned it the authoritative patent of the Royal House at the beginning of the 20th century. Combining drinkability and complexity, this wine integrates so well with food that it can be paired with different dishes, enhancing the value of conviviality.
Aging: Aged in Slavonian oak barrels for about 24 months and then, in the bottle, for at least 3 months.
|Vines and plants||Corvina 80%, Sangiovese Grosso 10%, Sirah 5% and Cabernet Sauvignon 5%|
|Production area||Verona. Produced with grapes from the vineyards located on the hills surrounding the historic site.|
|Vinification||After a long cold maceration on the skins, “a slow fermentation caused by the indigenous yeasts of the Bertani winery”. The wine is drawn off still slightly sweet and then undergoes a subsequent slow and definitive fermentation in wood.|
|Maturation||Aging in wood in medium-sized barrels of the Veronese tradition: from 750 to 5,000 Lt, chestnut and cherry.|
|Service temperature||16 ° / 18 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||13.5|
|Pairings||Combining drinkability and complexity, this wine integrates so well with food that it can be paired with different dishes, enhancing the value of conviviality.|