- Reply by dvogler, Feb 5, 2014.
Hello and welcome!
How fortunate that such a great article was posted today about wine you love. I felt the same.
It's great to get such good tasting notes to assist in purchases and not blindly spend money on Amarone.
It's usually good anyway, but if it can be fantastic..even better! In my opinion, you're drinking your Tommasi far too soon! I don't open an Amarone unless it's eight years old minimum. They really are made to cellar, but there are the odd years that aren't improving so well.
Do you have some Amarone put away?
- Reply by clippingpath, Feb 5, 2014.
You are welcome
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- Reply by Gregory Dal Piaz, Feb 25, 2014.
Welcome to Snooth Qutiful!
I love some Amarone as well, and that trip was fantastic. I'm looking forward to repeating it soon. It's tough to find real value in Amarone as the process is expensive. I'm not surprised that you enjoy Zinfandel as well, a wine that can share some traits with Amarone, in particular the fruity nature and the little bit of sweetness often found in the wines. Have you had other Amarone that you've enjoyed?