While Amarone aims for perfect craftsmanship and a full, pristine range of aromas, full rein is allowed to this category of wine to express all its natural exuberance. The nose is immediately almost bursting with fruit, followed by fresh floral notes and pepper. After prolonged ageing, the wine proffers more evolved nuances of fruit preserved in alcohol and aromatic herbs.
Amarone Classico Doc is a true classic , is the result of the wisdom of the family Allegrini, embodies the pursuit of perfection gained with years of experience and tradition, so many times awarded by Gambero Rosso and Wine Spectator.
The grapes that give life to this wine are Corvina, Corvirone , Rondinella and Oseleta.
The grapes are left to dry for about 4 months. Around the middle of January are crushed and follows a long fermentation in steel tanks.
It is aged in wooden barrel for 18 months and in bottle for a further 14 months.
Allegrini "Valpolicella Classic"
Ruby red in colour, with purplish-blue highlights; the nose exhibits fragrant fruit with prominent notes of cherries, echoed by fresher hints of pepper and aromatic herbs, typical of Corvina and Corvinone, the historic varietals of this appellation. Whilst young it is impressively lively and playful on the palate whereas some two years on it expresses greater delicacy and finesse.
Barbare d'Alba D.O.C. "La Cresta"
Obtained with 100% Barbera d'Alba grapes, this wine is fascinating from the first taste, for its pleasantness and readiness.
With an intense ruby verging on garnet red color, its perfume is intense and winish with the typical scent of the vine strain.
Fermentation on contact with the peelings for approximately 12/14 days. It then refines in barrique for 12 months and in bottle for the following 5 months before going on the market.
Intense garnet red with orange highlights, fruity notes of wild berries with hints of violets and vanilla and Soft and velvety, harmonious and elegant.