Bertani Amarone della Valpolicella 2008 - Carlo Russo Wine & Spirit World
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Bertani Amarone della Valpolicella 2008

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Bertani Amarone della Valpolicella 2008
$124.99
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$99.99

SKU 51292

750ml

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First there are the typical notes of plum, cherry and morello cherry on the nose, followed by a great variety of tones: nuts, tea leaves, liquorice and spices. On the palate there are hints of red berry fruits, softened by plush vanilla notes, in perfect harmony with the acidity and tannins. It pairs well with red meat, game, mature cheeses, but it is also perfect as a meditation wine at the end of a meal.
Category Red Wine
Varietals
Region Italy, Veneto, Amarone della Valpolicella
Brand Bertani
Alcohol/vol 15.4%
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Wine SpectatorA subtle red, with a hint of smoky mineral underscoring the dried cherry, cocoa powder and dried thyme notes. Fresh and elegant, framed by fine tannins and offering a lingering, silky finish. Drink now through 2025. 60,000 cases made.

Alison Napjus, August 31, 2017
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Wine EnthusiastAromas of leather, menthol, dried fruit, exotic spice and a balsamic note emerge on this full-bodied wine. On the firmly structured palate, a tannic backbone supports dried black cherry, raisin, licorice and tobacco.

Kerin O'Keefe, December 31, 2016
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VinousGood full ruby. Reticent aromas and flavors of violet, dried herbs and ripe red cherry. Slightly disjointed acidity and spicy, noteworthy tannins gives this an edgy quality on the tactile, medium-long finish which features plenty of botanical herb and spice nuances. I like this wine's traditional aromas and flavors, but I found it to be a little fruit-challenged at present; perhaps it's going through a closed phase at present. The lack of fruit causes the acidity and the tannins to stick out more, but maybe all this needs is a little time to come around, and in that case, my score will look ungenerous.

Ian D'Agata, May 2017