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See also Amaronics - the extraordinary economics of Amarone . 'The drama of Amarone is that the world cannot get enough of it. Its success is such that it is now completely...

Tags:  Amarone, Italy

This collection of 61 tasting notes was heralded in Walter's article on Amaronics . Perhaps another sign that the Valpolicella region could pay a little more attention to...

Tags:  Italy, Veneto, Amarone

Walter's tasting notes on the Amarone 2010s are now published. This year's presentation of the new Amarone 2010 vintage, tasting notes on which will follow tomorrow, was all about economics....

Tags:  Italy, Veneto, Amarone

Regular readers may have noticed that Amarone as a category has yet to convince me. The majority of the wines seem, at least to my palate, too full bodied, overextracted, alcoholic (by law the...

Tags:  Amarone, Italy

See my overview of the current situation in Amarone - an unstoppable, if variable, force? Contrary to many other anteprima, or en primeur, tastings (see this guide to my recent...

Tags:  Amarone, Veneto

The 2007 harvest, recently showcased in an anteprima (en primeur) tasting of Amarones in Veneto (see my 65 tasting notes ), will be remembered in Valpolicella as the earliest of the last 70...

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Last Monday 10 of Amarone's most illustrious producers assembled in London to attract attention to their collective attempts to halt the decline in price of what they consider one of Italy's most...

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The Consorzio of Valpolicella has submitted a proposal to change the status of its two most famous wines, Recioto and Amarone, from DOC to DOCG to be approved by the Italian government. The...

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Ten of the most influential producers of Amarone have teamed up to reverse what they call the 'trading down' of one of Italy's most important wines, Amarone. The producers have formed an...

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See tasting notes on 2005 Amarones by the score To judge by production and sales statistics, the Veneto's richest red, Amarone, seems, at least for now, to be surviving the...

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See also Amarone - can quality be maintained? The Amarone producers who submitted their wines to the preview ( anteprima ) tasting of the just released, or soon to be bottled,...

Aglianico A dark-skinned Italian grape variety of Greek origin (the name itself is a corruption of the word Ellenico, the Italian word for Hellenic), is cultivated in the mountainous centre...

brandy Introduction Brandy, a much abused term whose proper meaning is grape-based spirit, of which the most noble...

Amarone, one of Italy's most famous wines, seems especially badly hit by the current economic situation, as outlined in Amarone - halting the decline? I was therefore fascinated...

Tags:  Veneto, Amarone
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