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Seductive crushed blackberries, sweet baking spice and cherries soaked in brandy delight the nose, while the palate offers a firm full body, soft tannins and concentrated flavours of wild forest fruits, cassis and raisins. This well-structured wine has a bold personality which is best paired with hearty dishes like pappardelle with venison ragu or rigatoni bolognese.
Amadio Fasoli founded the family winery in 1925 when he began making wine for local bars on his fruit and vegetable farm in the Illasi valley close to Verona. Today the fourth generation of the Fasoli family lovingly craft this magnificent Amarone from Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes which are grown by local grape farmers who have been working in partnership with the estate for decades.
The flagship red wine of the Veneto region, the Fasoli’s Amarone is made by drying the grapes in small wooden boxes for 5 to 6 months following the harvest. The wine is then fermented and matured in oak barrels for at least three years. This produces a powerful red wine which can be cellared for another ten to fifteen years to allow the wine to continue to develop and evolve.