Vinexus - Infinity of Wine Duitsland Amarone della Valpolicella is the unquestioned king of the wines of Verona. It is obtained via the ancient production of Recioto which then became dry and bitter purely by chance as a resultsince the beginning of the 20th century it has been called Amarone, from the adjective amaro meaning bitter. The unique and unmistakable feature of this wine is its’ production by original grapes of Valpolicella: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara, which are considered a great treasure of this area. Another unique characteristic of this wine is the process of vinification: grapes are dried till February - March it is a fine example of dry red wine refined in wooden barrels. Amarone is a wine of great importance, since it is the product of a rare micro-climate, exclusive vines and special wine making techniques.The 2005 vintage in Valpolicella was once again somewhat strange, with an early Spring and a heat-wave during the months of June and July. August and September had very little sun, low temperatures and a high rainfall. Despite the fact that the weather conditions were not the best, the grape quality was good, thanks to the limited quantity produced, together with a major effort in selection carried out in the vineyard. Colour: dense and deep garnet red. Bouquet: aethereal, rich and concentrated bouquet with vanilla scent that recalls dried fruit. Flavour: persistent, soft, creamy flavour with scent of nuts.