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Romano Dal Forno Valpolicella 2000

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Fermentatedin temperature controlled stainless steel at about 30 degrees celsius; immersion of the cap every 90 minutes for 6 days. No malolactic takes place since drying of the grapes lowers the malic acid. Aged in new barriques for 22 to 28 months, in bottle 1 year. Deep ruby-red color, ripe, port-like aromas of hazelnut and raisin, very sweet and rich on the palate; a floral note adds flavor, finishes very long.

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Snooth User: cody segura
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3.50 5
12/18/2010

Three and a half glasses


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
05/05/2009

Leather, mineral and meaty bacon, and pepper notes on the nose follow through to a full-bodied palate with silky, integrated tannins and a medium finish. This was a problematic year here but Dal Forno still came through with something outstanding. Dr... Wine Spectator. A Proprietary Blend wine from Veneto in Italy. 2000 Romano Dal Forno Amarone 1500ml



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Fermentatedin temperature controlled stainless steel at about 30 degrees celsius; immersion of the cap every 90 minutes for 6 days. No malolactic takes place since drying of the grapes lowers the malic acid. Aged in new barriques for 22 to 28 months, in bottle 1 year. Deep ruby-red color, ripe, port-like aromas of hazelnut and raisin, very sweet and rich on the palate; a floral note adds flavor, finishes very long.

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