Grapes are hand picked and then placed on traditional racks and kept in a well ventilated room where temperature and humidity are controlled. During this drying process the grapes lose about 35% of their weight, the aromas and flavours are therefore enhanced. The result obtained from the particular method is an excellent red wine of […]
Valpolicella has been used for wine making since the ancient Greeks and produces some of the finest wines in Italy. This is due to the cool continental climate in the Veneto region with the climate being influenced by nearby large bodies of water, namely the Adriatic sea and Lake Garda.
Made from Corvina grapes which have been carefully selected and parttly dried for about 30 days. The vinification takes place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks to enhance the typical bouquet and the unique flavours of this wine.
Made in an appassimento style using partly dried grapes, Amicale Rosso is bursting with deep black berried fruit flavours and a clean, rich, weighty palate. Slow maturation in oak barrels adds complexity to this very enjoyable and refreshing red wine thanks to notes of sweet spices and chocolate.