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Le Salette la Marega Amarone Della Valpolicella 2014

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Grapes: Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina, Dindarella, Sangiovese e Corvinone Production method: grapes are selected and then laid out for drying on drying tables in a well ventilated area for 5 months Ageing: minimum 3 years in Slovenian oak casks (60%) and in barriques (40%), 8 months in the bottle for the final ageing process Serving temperature: 16° C, open an hour before serving Best served with: game, strong cheeses, roasted red meats Maturity: it lends itself to being aged for even 10 years or longer, developing further and further will continue to evolv. - Winery About the producer: For generations the Scamperle family has dedicated itself to growing grapes, and, over the years, to gradually increasing the number of grapevines. Today the family owns twenty cultivated hectares, situated here and there among the most renowned places of the Valpolicella Classica Doc area: Fumane Cà Carnocchio, I Progni e Cà Melchiori, Sant'Ambrogio Conca D'Oro and in San Floriano Monte Masua. The type of grapes produced are the most classical types of the zone: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Oseleta, a small quantity of Molinara, and Croatina. The vineyard has grown slowly and carefully, always respecting the local technique which is sensitive to nature and has followed nature's rhythm to bring out the originality and characteristics of the grapes.

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External Reviews for Le Salette la Marega Amarone Della Valpolicella

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Source: We Speak Wine
06/19/2018

Grapes: Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina, Dindarella, Sangiovese e Corvinone Production method: grapes are selected and then laid out for drying on drying tables in a well ventilated area for 5 months Ageing: minimum 3 years in Slovenian oak casks (60%) and in barriques (40%), 8 months in the bottle for the final ageing process Serving temperature: 16° C, open an hour before serving Best served with: game, strong cheeses, roasted red meats Maturity: it lends itself to being aged for even 10 years or longer, developing further and further will continue to evolv. - Winery About the producer: For generations the Scamperle family has dedicated itself to growing grapes, and, over the years, to gradually increasing the number of grapevines. Today the family owns twenty cultivated hectares, situated here and there among the most renowned places of the Valpolicella Classica Doc area: Fumane Cà Carnocchio, I Progni e Cà Melchiori, Sant'Ambrogio Conca D'Oro and in San Floriano Monte Masua. The type of grapes produced are the most classical types of the zone: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Oseleta, a small quantity of Molinara, and Croatina. The vineyard has grown slowly and carefully, always respecting the local technique which is sensitive to nature and has followed nature's rhythm to bring out the originality and characteristics of the grapes.


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Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2012 06/28/2017

Grapes: Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina, Dindarella, Sangiovese e Corvinone Production method: grapes are selected and then laid out for drying on drying tables in a well ventilated area for 5 months Ageing: minimum 3 years in Slovenian oak casks (60%) and in barriques (40%), 8 months in the bottle for the final ageing process Serving temperature: 16° C, open an hour before serving Best served with: game, strong cheeses, roasted red meats Maturity: it lends itself to being aged for even 10 years or longer, developing further and further will continue to evolv. - Winery About the producer: For generations the Scamperle family has dedicated itself to growing grapes, and, over the years, to gradually increasing the number of grapevines. Today the family owns twenty cultivated hectares, situated here and there among the most renowned places of the Valpolicella Classica Doc area: Fumane Cà Carnocchio, I Progni e Cà Melchiori, Sant'Ambrogio Conca D'Oro and in San Floriano Monte Masua. The type of grapes produced are the most classical types of the zone: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Oseleta, a small quantity of Molinara, and Croatina. The vineyard has grown slowly and carefully, always respecting the local technique which is sensitive to nature and has followed nature's rhythm to bring out the originality and characteristics of the grapes. ** Only 4 in Stock **


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Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2010 02/20/2015

Grapes: Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina, Dindarella, Sangiovese e Corvinone Production method: grapes are selected and then laid out for drying on drying tables in a well ventilated area for 5 months Ageing: minimum 3 years in Slovenian oak casks (60%) and in barriques (40%), 8 months in the bottle for the final ageing process Serving temperature: 16° C, open an hour before serving Best served with: game, strong cheeses, roasted red meats Maturity: it lends itself to being aged for even 10 years or longer, developing further and further will continue to evolv. - Winery ** Only 4 Bottles in Stock **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2010 01/17/2015

Grapes: Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina, Dindarella, Sangiovese e Corvinone Production method: grapes are selected and then laid out for drying on drying tables in a well ventilated area for 5 months Ageing: minimum 3 years in Slovenian oak casks (60%) and in barriques (40%), 8 months in the bottle for the final ageing process Serving temperature: 16° C, open an hour before serving Best served with: game, strong cheeses, roasted red meats Maturity: it lends itself to being aged for even 10 years or longer, developing further and further will continue to evolv. - Winery


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2009 05/04/2014

Yet another gorgeous expression, the 2009 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico La Marega takes a traditional approach, with 60% of the oak aging in botte grande and 40% in barrique. The elegance of the fruit comes though, as does the chewy intensity of the appassimento. Dark cola, mesquite, leather, resin, road asphalt, prune, raisin and cigar box fall seamlessly in line. The mouthfeel is richly textured and bold. Drink 2016-2028. - Robert Parker 93+ Points Sleek and silky, offering black cherry coulis and dried cranberry fruit notes, with supple tannins and accents of star anise, gumdrop, dried rosemary and sage that linger on the juicy finish. Drink now through 2023. 3,666 cases made. -AN ** Only 1 in Stock **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2009 11/04/2014

Yet another gorgeous expression, the 2009 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico La Marega takes a traditional approach, with 60% of the oak aging in botte grande and 40% in barrique. The elegance of the fruit comes though, as does the chewy intensity of the appassimento. Dark cola, mesquite, leather, resin, road asphalt, prune, raisin and cigar box fall seamlessly in line. The mouthfeel is richly textured and bold. Drink 2016-2028. - Robert Parker 93+ PointsSleek and silky, offering black cherry coulis and dried cranberry fruit notes, with supple tannins and accents of star anise, gumdrop, dried rosemary and sage that linger on the juicy finish. Drink now through 2023. 3,666 cases made. AN - Wine Spectator Magazine 91 Points** Only 1 in Stock **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2009 12/19/2013

Yet another gorgeous expression, the 2009 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico La Marega takes a traditional approach, with 60% of the oak aging in botte grande and 40% in barrique. The elegance of the fruit comes though, as does the chewy intensity of the appassimento. Dark cola, mesquite, leather, resin, road asphalt, prune, raisin and cigar box fall seamlessly in line. The mouthfeel is richly textured and bold. Drink 2016-2028. - Robert Parker 93+ Points Sleek and silky, offering black cherry coulis and dried cranberry fruit notes, with supple tannins and accents of star anise, gumdrop, dried rosemary and sage that linger on the juicy finish. Drink now through 2023. 3,666 cases made. -AN


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