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2019 Allegrini Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG

2019 Allegrini Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG

Producer: Boscaini Family

Region: Valpolicella, Veneto

Country: Italy

Grapes: Proprietary Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara Blend

Vintage: 2013

ABV: 15.8%

Vivino: 4.3
Drink By: 2034

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Occasional Wine Note: Like most Amarones, this wine is not for all occasions. It's big and has an almost syrupy feel, but there's great ripe black and red fruits mixed with chocolate, coffee, licorice, pine needles, and other earthy components. Great specimen!

  • James Suckling

    Critic Score: 94

    A modern interpretation of Amarone on one hand, yet dense, fresh and altitudinal of feel, brimming with the marrow of alpine herb and spruce sap, on the other. Bitter cocoa, espresso grind and the usual swathe of pithy, dried grape skin tannins, menthol and black licorice strap. Immense, powerful and fresh. I suppose that one can ask just how much of this can be drunk. On the other hand, a glass is impressive in the right moment. Drink or hold.

  • Wine Enthusiast

    Critic Score: 93

    Aromas of plum and black cherry that give way to notes of black tea, violet and savory spices. The palate is well-balanced, highlighting both the fruit and non-fruit flavors equally. Black and red berries share the stage with notes of espresso, anise, dried leaf and limestone. Fine tannins and meaningful acidity make this wine a standout.

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