Amarone della Valpolicella Docg “Monte Lodoletta” by Romano Dal Forno
The winemaking process of Amarone della Valpolicella, of which Romano dal Forno is a renowned producer, is a unique and traditional one. The grapes are carefully selected and harvested by hand, with the finest grapes being placed on special racks to dry in temperature-controlled drying rooms. The drying process, known as appassimento, allows the grapes to concentrate their flavors and aromas, resulting in a wine that is rich, complex, and full-bodied.
Once the grapes have reached the desired level of concentration, they are fermented and aged in oak barrels for several years. This allows the wine to develop its signature aromas and flavors, including notes of dark fruit, chocolate, and spice. The resulting wine is deep ruby in color, with a velvety texture and a long, smooth finish.
What sets Romano dal Forno’s Amarone apart from others is the winery’s commitment to quality and attention to detail in every step of the winemaking process. From the careful selection of grapes to the precise temperature control during the drying process, every aspect of the winemaking process is carefully monitored and executed with the highest level of skill and expertise.
The result is a wine that is both complex and approachable, with intense aromas and flavors that are sure to impress even the most discerning wine enthusiasts. Whether enjoyed on its own or paired with a fine meal, Romano dal Forno’s Amarone is a wine that is sure to leave a lasting impression.