Amarone

Amarone della Valpolicella, usually known as Amarone, is a typically rich Italian dry red wine made from the partially dried grapes of the Corvina (45% – 95%, of which up to 50% could be substituted with Corvinone), Rondinella (5% – 30%) and other approved red grape varieties (up to 25%). The wine was assigned Denominazione di Origine Controll...
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Amarone

[restaurant] Amarone is a restaurant in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It is a fine dining restaurant that is awarded one Michelin star in the period 2008–present. GaultMillau awarded the restaurant 16 out of 20 points. Head chef of Amarone is Gert Blom. In 2007, the restaurant was the highest new entry in the `Lekker Top-100 2008`, at spot 54; ...
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Amarone

A succulent higher-alcohol red wine hailing from the Veneto region in northern Italy; made primarily from Corvina grapes dried on racks before pressing.
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Amarone

In the Italian region Veneto Common name for a dried grapes by means of RECIOTO method produced wine, opposite the sweeten Recioto type dry is expanded. He has a characteristically bitter taste on (amaro = bitter ). The most famous representative is the DOCG wine Amarone della Valpolicella,
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Amarone

The most famous dried grape wine in Italy that is produced from the same grape varieties and in the same zones as Valpolicella. High quality grape bunches are dried, or raisined, often allowing Botrytis to form on the grapes. The grapes are then pressed and fermented to dryness, resulting in an intense, highly alcoholic wine with somewhat oxidative...
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