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Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico, 2017


Tommasi Family Estates

Deep ruby red color with garnet shades. Warm, ripe on the nose, intense and of great refinement. The taste is complex, smooth, full bodied, lots of cherry notes and plum.

Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico, 2017


Italy, Veneto (Valpolicella)


93pts. James; 92pts. Vinous; 91pts. Wine Advocate & Wine Spectator

Varietal Composition:

Red Blend (50% Corvina, 30% Rondinella, 15% Corvinone, 5% Oseleta)

Fun Facts:

Listed by Forbes as one of the 35 best producers of Amarone "Tommasi - An historic family winery established in 1902, Tommasi continues to impress with its harmonious examples of Amarone that are classically styled. The Amarone Classico, which contains fruit from their Conca d’Oro vineyard in Sant’Ambrogio in the western hills of the Valpolicella district, is a beautiful wine that focuses on subtle spice to go along with its stylish fruit; this is an Amarone of grace and charm. The Ca’ Florian Amarone from a vineyard at the Tommasi estate is a riserva that is quite impressive."

Technical Data:

Fermentation Mode: 

After harvest, the grapes are placed on small racks in a large grape-drying room known as a fruttaio, where they are air dried until the following February. Over these months the grapes lose about 50% of their weight, concentrating the level of natural sugar. Fermentation period lasting 20 days in stainless steel.

Malolactic Fermentation: 


Maturation Mode & Time:

36 months / 35 hl Slavonian oak casks, 12 months in bottle

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