An important Amarone with extraordinary power and complexity: a classic in the Italian winemaking portfolio.
This is the icon wine of the historic Serego Alighieri estate and comes from the eponymous vineyard, the source it seems of the very name Amarone itself.
This noble wine is produced using time-honoured practices in the vineyard, in the ancient drying lofts and in the cellars.
Its elegant personality is enhanced by the use of the Serego Alighieri clone of the Molinara grape and by ageing in cherry-wood casks, as family tradition dictates.
Grape Varieties Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara
Prizes and accolades
Look: deep, bright, ruby red.
Nose: complex, super-ripe cherries with baked plums.
Palate: "illusions of sweetness", cherry and berry fruit tastes. Spicy hints of cinnamon and vanilla.
Perfect with red meat, game, quails, roasts and full-flavoured dishes. Excellent match for mature cheeses with bite, such as parmesan or pecorino. Fabulous fullblown after-dinner wine.
Dante Alighieri lived in Verona for some years after his exile. His son Pietro decided to remain in the area, and in 1353 he acquired the Casal dei Ronchi estate in Gargagnago, in the heart of Valpolicella Classica. Winemaking activities began in the 1500s: a tradition which still continues uninterrupted today.
Brolo Campofiorin Oro
Rosa dei Masi
Moxxé Pinot Grigio & Verduzzo
Casal dei Ronchi
Grappa di Vaio
Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
Condiment Made From Cooked Grape Must
Italian Acacia Honey
Riso Vialone Nano