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Brother noble Amarone, deep red, fruity flavors of cherry marmellatosi area, spicy, tannic and slightly pungent with the roundness typical of Amarone but very drinkable and soft recommended as an aperitif or with grilled meats and poultry. A delight.

 Producer Accordini Igino
 Region Valpolicella
 Country Italy
 Varietals Corvina
 Alcohol 14.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2013

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About the Producer

Accordini Igino

Accordini Igino

San Pietro in Cariano, Verona, Italy San Pietro in Cariano, Verona, Italy

PASSIONATE ABOUT WINE, SINCE 1821 Our company's history began in 1821, when the grandfather inherited a 3 hectares terrain area in Valpolicella, an area already well-known for the properties of the soil and suitability for cultivation of grapes. At that time, our vineyards used to produce wine only...

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