Great Wines of Italy
What would Italy be without Rome and Venice? The same applies to winemaking, it would be unimaginable without Brunello di Montalcini and Amarone. Two very special wines, two of the best wines of the country, which are famous throughout the world! These wines are also good for ageing and a great start for a collection.
1 Brunello de Montalcini
Tuscany, Nannetti, 2011
Very intense Brunello with a lovely acid taste. Well structured with persistent strong tannins
2 Amarone de Valpolicella
Venetto, Righetti, 2013
Full-bodied, potent, slightly bitter flavors only. A very drinkable Amarone with velvety finish and fine tannins.