Roccolo Grassi Amarone della Valpolicella Corvina Blend 2011

$82

GUARANTEED BEST PROVENANCE: IMPORTED BY AIR FROM ITALY AND STOCKED IN CALIFORNIA Amarone is known for big, full-bodied wines bursting with fruit and high alcohol.  This Amarone won't disappoint. The big, big brother of the Grassi Valpolicella, this is delicious & refined with rich ripe plums, bing cherries, oven-baked blackberry jam, with cloves, nutmeg, a hint of cardamom, and pleasing acidity.  The finish is endless. There are only 9,000 bottles made of this wonderful Amarone, and I'm lucky to get any to share with you. Check it out.

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Ratings on Delectable

Sara Thomas Delectable Pro

This is an excellent Amarone. Huge wine but balanced because of the retained acidity. Dried fig, black cherry, blackberry, earth, herbal green notes too.

This is an excellent Amarone. Huge wine but balanced because of the retained acidity. Dried fig, black cherry, blackberry, earth, herbal green notes too.

9.2

Joshua Blissett Delectable Pro

Must have for my cellar. A perfect example of Amarone - chocolate, leather, and luscious dark fruit that avoids raisin character. Love it!

Must have for my cellar. A perfect example of Amarone - chocolate, leather, and luscious dark fruit that avoids raisin character. Love it!

9.8

Ru Weerasuriya

A well-rounded Amarone. Dark fruit with a hint of herb-like freshness. Perfect with Chef Batali's beef cheek ravioli.

A well-rounded Amarone. Dark fruit with a hint of herb-like freshness. Perfect with Chef Batali's beef cheek ravioli.

9.3

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.