Bertani Amarone della Valpolicella Classico


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Here’s a true beauty from the land of pink marble, majestic mountains and the romantic Shakespearean drama Romeo and Juliet. The Bertani 2009 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico is elegantly composed and beautifully softened by time in the barrel and bottle. The bouquet is quite spectacular with dried plums and baked currants, followed closely by sweet tar, leather and smoky tar. The wine shows lots of appassimento purity, and you taste that distinctive intensity that comes from wines made with air-dried fruit. The wine is thick, syrupy and viscous, wrapping generously over the palate. This is a very special bottle.

Bertani Amarone della Valpolicella 成熟而迷人,玻璃杯中呈現出深石榴色,香氣是新鮮的黑櫻桃,引出馬拉斯基諾櫻桃和李子的香氣。在調色板上,葡萄酒深沉而複雜,顯示出乾果、烏龍茶、甘草、香料和紅莓水果的味道,餘味中還有長長的天鵝絨般的香草味。這款酒的酸度和濃郁的成熟單寧將確保這款Amarone酒窖在未來幾年中繼續窖藏:這是 Bertani 傳統的延續遺產。

Kings of the Valpantena, the historic Bertani estate is symbolized by the landmark Villa Arvedi, which is featured on the front label of its Amarone della Valpolicella Classico. This important estate was purchased by the pharmaceutical firm Angelini Group in 2011, and the estate became the top jewel in a wide span of Italian wine properties known as Bertani Domains. From that year forward, the group was managed by the highly respected CEO Emilio Pedron. He played a big role in obtaining DOCG status for Amarone. However, in March 2020, Ettore Nicoletto—former chief manager of the Santa Margherita Group and an important figure in many institutional roles for the promotion of Italian wine—was hired to replace Pedron. Bertani Domains today operates six wineries in the Italian territory, covering 1,700 hectares, of which 460 hectares are planted to vines. The group’s annual production rounds off at four million bottles per year. They own the Val di Suga estate in Brunello di Montalcino; TreRose in Vino Nobile di Montepulciano; San Leonino in Castellina in Chianti (Chianti Classico); Fazi Battaglia in the Marche; and Puiatti in Romans d’Isonzo (Friuli). In Valpolicella, of course, they own Bertani.