Amarone della Valpolicella Classico “Espressioni” 2005 (Case x 5) DOC

$1,130.00

This project, begun a few years ago, leads to the understanding of how different terroirs contribute to the character of Amarone. It monitors grapes destined for drying or “appassimento”, obtained from the highest vineyards in the 5 different sub-regions making up the Valpolicella Classico zone – Valpolicella literally means “valleys with many cellars” – on the map it resembles an open hand with each finger representing a valley – (Villa in the municipality of Negrar, San Rocco in the town of Marano V.lla, Mazzurega in Fumane, Monte in town of Sant’Ambrogio di V.lla and Castelrotto within the hamlet of San Pietro in Cariano). The objective of this study is to produce 5 different interpretations of the most representative wine of Valpolicella, a reflection of the varied micro-climate that this area expresses so distinctively. On 17th November 2011, the new “5 Espressions” was presented in Rome at Palazzo Altieri. The mush acclaimed event was attended by Director of the winery and winemaker Daniel Accordini, journalist Fabio Piccoli as moderator and Alessandro Scorsone and Bernardo Pasquali to lead the special tasting.

Type : Red Wine
Vintage : 2005
Size : 750ml
Rating : N/A
Producer : Domini Veneti
Region : Veneto
SKU: IRDomiAmaE05G Categories: , , , ,

Product Description

This project, begun a few years ago, leads to the understanding of how different terroirs contribute to the character of Amarone. It monitors grapes destined for drying or “appassimento”, obtained from the highest vineyards in the 5 different sub-regions making up the Valpolicella Classico zone – Valpolicella literally means “valleys with many cellars” – on the map it resembles an open hand with each finger representing a valley – (Villa in the municipality of Negrar, San Rocco in the town of Marano V.lla, Mazzurega in Fumane, Monte in town of Sant’Ambrogio di V.lla and Castelrotto within the hamlet of San Pietro in Cariano). The objective of this study is to produce 5 different interpretations of the most representative wine of Valpolicella, a reflection of the varied micro-climate that this area expresses so distinctively. On 17th November 2011, the new “5 Espressions” was presented in Rome at Palazzo Altieri. The mush acclaimed event was attended by Director of the winery and winemaker Daniel Accordini, journalist Fabio Piccoli as moderator and Alessandro Scorsone and Bernardo Pasquali to lead the special tasting.

 

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