Amarone della Valpolicella Docg “Antonio Castagnedi” by Tenuta Sant’Antonio
The Tenuta Sant’Antonio winery presents the Amarone “Antonio Castagnedi”, a wine created in honor of their father Antonio by four producer brothers. This wine embodies the essence and excellence of Tenuta Sant’Antonio, a renowned producer in Valpolicella known for its modern and elegant wine production.
This Amarone is crafted from Corvina, Rondinella, Croatina, and Oseleta grapes grown in the Monti Garbi vineyards. The grapes are meticulously selected and then softly pressed using a pneumopress after a maximum rest period of three months. The winemaking process takes place in steel for 25 days, with malolactic fermentation in 500-liter barrels and aging for two years in new 500-liter tonneux made of French oak.
The Amarone “Antonio Castagnedi” Tenuta Sant’Antonio boasts a balsamic bouquet with hints of violets, blackberries, blueberries, spicy spices, soil, tobacco, and licorice root. On the palate, it is both refined and energetic, with fine, lively tannins and a pleasant sapidity. This Amarone has a youthful and lively personality, a modern and robust representation of the Valpolicella region.
Color: Ruby red with garnet reflections
Aromas: Balsamic, with notes of ripe red fruit, spicy spices, soil, and licorice root
Taste: Refined and energetic, well-balanced, with incisive and elegant tannins and savory undertones.