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For many folks, their first introduction to the magical world of Amarone is with a glass of Zeni’s Amarone in Verona. What follows is a frustrating quest to duplicate that experience! The real deal finally available stateside!
Lovers of Italian wine pine for Amarone – the King of Venetian wines. A big comfy chair, some dark chocolate – and a glass of liquid velvet. Unfortunately, limited land, challenging production methods and insane demand keep these wines rare and expensive. Why is the wine considered such a delicacy? Because the grapes are dried after harvest, dramatically reducing yield by the same ratio the intensity is increased. The best Amarones have an unreal savory richness that can’t be duplicated anywhere else in the world.
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