Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2006 Doc


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Winemaker comments

Intense ruby red. Warm and spicy bouquet, with aromas of raisins. This is due to the fact that the grapes are allowed to partially dry prior to fermenting. Well-structured, complex, elegant and velvety. Amarone has a distinctive flavour because of its unique production method. An extremely important wine in Italian viticulture, Amarone is an exclusive and unique symbol of the Valpolicella region. Over the course of time, Allegrini has improved its production method with the goal being to best preserve the characteristics of the fruit whilst drying.  

Awards and Reviews

Gambero Rosso Tre
I vini di Veronelli 3
Wine Enthusiast 90
Wine Spectator 90
Duemilavini Ais 5
Wine Advocate 94
Decanter Asia Wine Awards - Bronze Medal
Antonio Galloni 94

Sensory Analysis


Data sheet

Vineyard Vineyard
80% Corvina Veronese, 15% Rondinella, 5% Oseleta

Alcohol Alcohol
15.4% Vol.

Service temperature Service temperature

Bottle Size Bottle Size
750 ml

Origin Origin
The vineyards are located in the hills of the Valpolicella Classico area (180 – 280 m a.s.l. / 591-919 feet a.s.l.). South-Eastern Exposition. The soil is very varied but mostly clayey and chalky soils, of volcanic origin.

Viticulture Viticulture

Winemaking Winemaking
Hand harvest of selected bunches. APPASSIMENTO (natural drying) of the grapes for 3-4 months in the drying loft. The wine matures in wood for 18 months, then is blended together for 7 months and ages into bottle for other 14 months.

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