Area: Italy, Veneto
Winery: Albino Armani
- Color: Deep ruby red, with purple reflections
- Perfume: iridescent aromas of ripe fruit, dark spices, hints of chocolate and coffee.
- Flavor: the unexpected freshness, balance and character of the tannin, aromatic persistence.
- Pairing: meat-based dinner or paired with long-aged cheeses.
It is the heart of Valpolicella that preserves the most ancient memories of grape drying techniques.
Here, among the dry stone walls that support the vineyards and small districts, Amarone tells the unique identity of the Marano valley through plays of transparency, iridescent aromas of ripe fruit, dark spices, hints of chocolate and coffee. The sip amazes with the unexpected freshness, typical of high hill wines, the balance and character of the tannin, with an aromatic persistence that predispose it to be a decidedly long-lived wine.
Since 1962, the heart of the company is in Dolcè, among the vineyards of this strip of land that acts as a hinge between Veneto and Trentino. This is where the direction of a project is placed that pivots around the idea of the encounter between tradition and innovation. It is in the Dolcè cellar that all the bottles take shape. For this reason, because it is here that the project is translated into reality, the wines of the Adige Valley and Terra dei Forti simply take the name "Albino Armani".