Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG by La Giuva
With a complex, ethereal nose, exuding austerity and subtlety. With aromatic notes reminiscent of Marasca cherries (typical cherries from the Verona hills), blueberries and chocolate and with a finish of ripe fruit.
The characteristic sweetness of the tannins gives the Amarone a depth and long fruity finish which makes tasting this great wine an intense pleasure.
As per tradition, the grapes selected in the vineyard and dried in crates are vinified in December. After macerating at a natural, cold, winter temperature, they are kept warm, triggering the long fermentation, at a constant temperature of 24 ° C.
The next cycle of automatic pressing, which lasts at least 20 days, ensures the right balance between maceration and squeezing every last drop from the grapes. The fermentation ends in new barrels, in which the wine is left for at least 24 months. Bottle-aging completes the process.