Amarone della Valpolicella Riserva
The same as regular Amarone with a twist: the wine must be aged for at least 4 years in a barrel, and in practice for longer, even considerably longer. In general, wines which have been aged longer come out rounder, deeper, less sharply acidic and more densely fruity. Not that it’s as simple as that, however – there are other factors influencing the wine than the sheer length of the ageing process.
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