Amarone della Valpolicella Tedeschi 2011

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Amarone della Valpolicella, Tedeschi 2011

While Chianti is perhaps Tuscany’s most famous wine, Amarone is the jewel in the Veneto region’s crown. Dark and brooding with concentrated power and a certain Italian bitterness, it is perfect with rich, slow-cooked meat dishes.

Montepulciano D’Abruzzo Emidio Pepe 2014

Pour a glass and you will see why. Aged for only two years, the wine still has a stunning dark ruby colouring that you would normally expect to see in wines that spend much longer in the barrel.

Bring it to the nose and you’ll discover several interesting notes. The company’s dedication to organic production methods gives the wine a mineral undertone that’s truly reflective of the land that it comes from. However, you’ll also notice some string cherry notes

Given some time to breathe, the wine offers beautiful flavours and an interesting energy. The finish is persistent and leaves a beautiful taste behind.

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