Amarone Classico DOC 1964

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A wine whose production method took more than fifty years of research to perfect. It is the product of selected grape...

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Sehr reichhaltiges Bouquet mit vielfältiger Aromatik, etwas Tabak, Kakao, Pflaume, Haselnuss und getrocknete Früchte, würzig mit Trüffel- und Mande... Read more

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Source: Flaschenpost Weinservice GmbH
07/31/2013

Sehr reichhaltiges Bouquet mit vielfältiger Aromatik, etwas Tabak, Kakao, Pflaume, Haselnuss und getrocknete Früchte, würzig mit Trüffel- und Mandelnoten im Mund, lange anhaltend.


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597950 Snooth User: Paradox2
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10/03/2010

Winemaker's Notes:

A wine whose production method took more than fifty years of research to perfect. It is the product of selected grape bunches from specialised vineyards: the grapes undergo a lengthy natural drying process, followed by extremely slow fermentation in the harshest winter conditions. A long ageing process over a number of years in large oak casks gives the wine its extraordinary balance, which is so stable that it maintains its remarkable organoleptic qualities intact for many many years.

A wine whose production method took more than fifty years of research to perfect. It is the product of selected grape bunches from specialised vineyards: the grapes undergo a lengthy natural drying process, followed by extremely slow fermentation in the harshest winter conditions. A long ageing process over a number of years in large oak casks gives the wine its extraordinary balance, which is so stable that it maintains its remarkable organoleptic qualities intact for many many years.

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