Amarone

Amarone, also known as Amarone della Valpolicella, is a rich, dry red wine from Italy, which is made from Corvina grapes, partially dried. This wine, which has DOCG status, can only be produced in Verona. Known for its bitter flavor, the grapes are specially chosen for air flow, then dried in special drying chambers in order to control the conditions of the grapes over a period of 120 days, and the wine is produced using a slow, dry, low-temperature fermentation process. Amarone is ripe, raisiny, and full-bodied, and contains very little acid.

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