What Is Amarone Red Wine?
Valpolicella is one of the most famous Italian wine producing areas, and it lies eastward from Lake Garda, in the Verona region. The Amarone red wines crafted in Valpolicella are considered to be among the best in Italy. Three varietal grapes utilized for an Amarone red: Corvina Veronese, Rondinella, and Molinara.
Sartori Amarone Red Wine
The award-winning Sartori Amarone della Valpolicella is a beautiful dry red wine, usually cask-aged for about three years. The intense, garnet-flecked red wine is velvety, with a spicy finish, and a hint of red fruit jam.
Pairing Amarone Red Wine
Amarone della Valpolicella has the strength and body to properly accompany a variety of richly flavored meats and sharp aged cheeses. For example, Amarone reds are a particular favorite in Scandinavia, where the wine is perfectly suited for meals that feature venison such as reindeer and elk.
Sartori, noble wines devoted to Verona
The fascination with a history, the tight bond with a region, the power of a personality embodied in elegant wines that narrate the most intense of love stories: that of Sartori for Verona.