CONTENT: 0,75 l
DESCRIPTION: The fruit of a mixture, consisting of about 75% of Corvina Veronese, 20% of Rondinella And 5% of Rossignola and Negrara; The grapes destined for the production of the Arione come Collected 1-2 weeks earlier than those for Valpolicella. During the Grape harvest are selected only perfectly integratively and dry clusters, then Laid, in cassettes, with only one layer of clusters. They are still drying in Appropriate local well-ventilated, called fruit, to avoid the risk of mold attack. The drying process lasts until the end of January, during these months the bunches Are constantly monitored and eventually removed if damaged. At the end Grapes lose 30-40% of their weight while increasing concentration Sugar, indispensable, during the subsequent fermentation, to ensure A considerable alcohol content (around 15%). Maceration is carried out in contact With skins for a period of 20-30 days. During fermentation, given the high The alcohol level that is produced, the yeasts should be highly selected and Resistant to both alcohol and cold (the period of fermentation of the Acheron is between January And February). After the grinding the product is started in steel tanks to finish To carry malolactic fermentation in the following months. At this point begins the Maturation phase, which will last 3 years with aging for 12 months in big barrel (Slavonia oak) and 20% in small logs, barriques and tonneaux (French oak). Prior to the placing on the market maturation is completed by a minimum of 6 months Resting in the bottle. It has an intense purple color and expresses a bouquet of jam, cherry and Plum together with vanilla and toasted feelings. The taste is full, harmonious, balanced and persistent. Leave all his power on the palate With a warm and elegant body. It loves matching with game, grilled and stewed meat, but also like Wine from conversation. Serve at a temperature of 18-20 ° C. At least Two hours before serving.
HOW TO SERVE: At a temperature of 16-18 ° C
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