D'Aquino Amarone Della Valpolicella


From Italy

Alc. Vol %:15.00


Price per unit US$

Price per unit €:On request

Post Date23/05/2018


D'Aquino Amarone Della Valpolicella

Region: Veneto

Classification: DOCG

Area: A group of valleys spreading from the foothills of the Lessini Mountains.

Color: Red, dark graphite purple.

Description: It’s produced from a blend of 40% – 70% Corvine, 20% – 40% Rondinella and 5% – 25% Molinara varietals. This was originaly to distinguish it from the Recioto produced in the same region, which is sweeter in taste. Medium body and strong acidity.

Type: Still wine

Taste: Gentle tannins and wonderfully smooth and smoky feel in the mouth. Palate opens with a fruity medley of blueberry, cherry and sassafras. Smooth velvety tannins keep the tongue focused and promote a long, clean, yummy finish.

Aroma: Aromas of coffee, blueberry and cherry emerging and intermingling over time.

Alcohol: Alcohol content easily surpasses 15% (legal min. is 14%)

Aging: This wine ages for 32 months in barrique.

Food: Beef, game and stews such as beefsteak, horse meat, lamb, veal, rabbit, wild boar and deer.

Temperature: 64° - 68° Fahrenheit, 18° - 20° Celsius

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About this company

We are the largest exporter of Italian wines to the USA and already sell to other countries around the world, including UK, Australia, Canada and Mexico. D’Aquino Italian Importing was founded in 1977 by Gaetano D’Aquino and today is still run by its founder together with his family, with offices in Italy, USA and Mexico. The D’Aquino brand includes the most famous Italian wines like Barolo, Amarone della Valpolicella, Brunello di Montalcino e Chianti Classico Riserva. The list of clients includes the largest names in the United States like for example Trader Joe’s, Ralphs, Vons, Albertsons, Safeway, Stater Brothers, Costco, Bristol Farms, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Marriott Hotels, Cost Plus World Market, Publix, the US Navy, the US Army and the US Air Force. We guarantee: - long term partnerships with Italian wineries, based on cooperation and mutual trust and can source any type of wine from Italy. - great buying power resulting in competitive pricing for our customers. - excellent quality guaranteed by QC in all production phases. - opportunity to visit wineries in Italy to select special vintages and grapes to best fit market needs. - localized packaging to reflect customer’s standards ... Private labels available. We would like to schedule a call to discuss opportunities to sell our wines to Japan.

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