Wine

Valpolicella Classico
Uve:
Corvina, Corvinone e Rondinella.
Colore:
Rosso rubino.
Profumo:
Giovane e fruttato.
Sapore:
Piacevole, fresco e moderatamente tannico.
Temperatura di servizio:
18º C
Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso
Uve:
Corvina, Corvinone e Rondinella.
Colore:
Rosso rubino, limpido e vivace.
Profumo:
Predomina la ciliegia con note di fiori appassiti e spezie dolci.
Sapore:
Secco e caldo, con buona freschezza e tannini morbidi.
Temperatura di servizio:
18º C
Amarone Classico Morópio
Uve:
Corvina, Corvinone e Rondinella, Molinara.
Colore:
Rosso rubino carico.
Profumo:
Intenso e complesso, con tipici profumi di fiori e spezie.
Sapore:
Secco, caldo e morbido, con una buona freschezza.
Temperatura di servizio:
18º C
Amarone Classico Cà Coato
Uve:
Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella.
Colore:
Rosso rubino.
Profumo:
Note di mora, mirtillo, ciliegia, vaniglia, cannella, liquirizia.
Sapore:
Secco, caldo, morbido, fresco e sapido, con tannini evidenti; robusto e persistente.
Temperatura di servizio:
18º C,
Rosso Veronese IGT
Uve:
Cabernet Sauvignon e Croatina.
Colore:
Rosso rubino carico
Profumo:
Caratteristico
Sapore:
Deciso ma elegante
Temperatura di servizio:
18º C
Recioto
Uve:
Corvina, Corvinone e Rondinella
Colore:
Granato con riflessi violacei
Profumo:
Fruttato, intenso e persistente, la visciola, la ciliegia, note speziate di cannella.
Sapore:
Dolce e armonico non stucchevole, sapido e fresco.
Temperatura di servizio:
16º C
Bianco Dolce Elisium
Uve:
Garganega e Trebbiano
Colore:
Giallo paglierino carico
Profumo:
Floreale intenso
Sapore:
Ricorda il miele e le mandorle
Temperatura di servizio:
16º C
Olio
Olivi:
Moròpio e Cá Coato.
Raccolta:
Manualmente nei mesi di Novembre e Dicembre.
Produzione:
Limitatissima, circa 200-300 bottiglie.
Formato:
bottiglia da 500 ml con salva goccia.
Corvina Veronese IGT
Uve:
Corvina e Corvinone
Colore:
Rosso rubino intenso
Profumo:
Frutta in bacca e uva sultanina
Sapore:
Fresco, sapido, con leggera speziatura
Temperatura di servizio:
18º C
Amarone Box
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Valpolicella DOC Classico

This wine is made from Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes which are carefully selected and handpicked during the month of October from vines in the Valpolicella Classico area in the towns of Marano di Valpolicella, San Pietro in Cariano and Negrar. The vineyards are at a height of 150 to 350 metres above sea level. Every year we produce from 5000 to 7000 bottles of Valpolicella Classico which are sold using Bordeaux bottles of 750 ml, sealed with a Stelvin cork.
Valpolicella Classico has a lively ruby red colour and a delicate bouquet of red fruits and wine. It has a palatable, candid taste, pleasing to drink, quite acidic and moderately tannin. The recommended serving temperature is 18° C and it can be served with starters and simple first courses, salami in general. You could also try it with pizza.

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Valpolicella Ripasso DOC Classico Superiore

This wine is made from Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes which are carefully handpicked during the month of October from vines in the Valpolicella Classica area in the towns of Marano di Valpolicella, San Pietro in Cariano and Negrar. The vineyards are at a height of 150 to 350 metres above sea level. Every year we produce from 18000 to 20000 bottles of Valpolicella Ripasso which are sold using Burgundy bottles of 750 ml, sealed with a natural cork.
Valpolicella Ripasso is a clear, vibrant ruby red colour with an intense and complex bouquet of red fruits, such as raspberries, cherries and morello cherries which evolves into a spicier flavour of vanilla and cloves. It has a crisp, tannin taste which coats the palate with a gentle warmth and a pleasant dry aftertaste.
The suggested serving temperature is 18° C. The wine goes well with rich first courses, red meats and with cheeses that aren’t too mature. It also goes well with lasagna.

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Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Classico “Moròpio”

This wine is made mainly from Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes together with a small percentage of Molinara grapes. They are harvested exclusively by hand between the end of September and mid- October from the vineyard “Moròpio” in the Valpolicella Classica town of Marano di Valpolicella which is situated at 350 metres above sea level. Every year we produce 8000/9000 bottles of this Amarone which are sold using Burgundy bottles of 750 ml, sealed with a natural cork.
Amarone “Moròpio” is a ruby red colour with garnet reflections. There is an intense bouquet of dried flowers, black cherry jam and sour cherry. Hints of sweet spices, boero chocolate, wild flower honey, vine bark and green olives are detectable. It has a typical Marano taste- tart and elegant, dry and a little sweet, warm and smooth with a velvety, smooth tannin palate. The suggested serving temperature is 18/20° C and it goes well with game, stewed or braised red meat, grilled meats, mature and slightly piquant cheese. Try it with a donkey stew, too.

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Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Classico “Ca’ Coato”

This wine is produced from Corvina, Corvinone, and Rondinella grapes. Each bunch is selected and hand-picked between the end of September and mid-October from the vineyard “Ca’ Coato” in Valpolicella Classica, in the town Negrar. Every year we produce 5000/6000 bottles of this Amarone which are sold using Burgundy bottles of 750 ml, sealed with a natural cork.
Amarone “Ca’ Coato” has a bright ruby red colour with garnet reflections. The bouquet is complex and intense with notes of raisin, blackberry, blueberry and plum and hints of tobacco, liquorice and coffee. The taste is dry, smooth and warm. It has a full, robust palate with an evident but pleasant taste of minerals and tannins and hints of balsam and boero chocolate. It leale a pleasant spicy aftertaste. This profound, harsh, austere wine needs time to fully express itself. The suggested seving temperature is 18/20° C and it goes well with game, braised, stewed, salami and grilled meats and with slightly piquant cheese. Must be tried with a mature Parmigiano Reggiano.

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Rosso Veronese IGT “Theobroma”

This wine is made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Croatina grapes which are carefully handpicked and selected during the second half of September from the vines in the Valpolicella Classica area in the towns of Marano di Valpolicella, San Pietro in Cariano and Negrar. The vineyards are at a height of 150 to 350 metres above sea level. Every year we produce 3000/4000 bottles of “Theobroma” which are sold using Burgundy bottles of 750 ml, sealed with a microgranular cork.
“Theobroma” red has a bright, ruby red colour and a full, well-defined bouquet. It’s refined, intense, full bodied texture makes it highly palatable. It is best served at 18° C and goes well with most foods, but it is ideal with grilled meat.

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Recioto della Valpolicella DOCG Classico

This wine is produced from Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grapes which are carefully selected and handpicked in mid-October from vines situated in the Valpolicella Classica towns of Marano di Valpolicella and Negrar but in particular from the vineyard called “Persegà Alto”, just down the road from Antolini wine cellar. Every year we produce 4000/6000 bottles of Recioto which are sold using Burgundy bottles of 500 ml, sealed with a natural cork.
Recioto has a deep red garnet colour with purple reflections, an intense, lingering bouquet, with cherry, sour cherry, cranberry notes and a hint of violet, cinnamon and white pepper. The flavour is sweet and harmonious, never cloying, blooming and extremely fruity with a hint of red jam and cinnamon. The ideal serving temperature is 16/18° C and it is best served after a meal with hot desserts or chocolate. Must be tried with soft cheeses.

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Bianco Dolce Elisium

This wine is produced from Garganega and Trebbiano grapes which are carefully selected and handpicked in mid-October from vineyard in Valpolicella Classica in the town Marano di Valpolicella. The vines are at 250 to 350 metres above sea level. The “Elisium” harvest only takes place if it is a good year for the grapes and we produce 300/400 bottles of “Elisium” which are sold using Burgundy bottles of 500 ml, sealed with a natural cork.
“Elisium” has a golden colour with amber reflections, it’s bouquet is intense and lingering with notes of flowers, ripe white pulp fruits, dried fruits such as almonds. There is a hint of apricot, honey, orange blossom and vanilla. The taste is warm, smooth, full- bodied, structured with a hint at tartness for a balanced palate. The suggested serving temperature is 16° C and it is an ideal wine for drinking with puddings and herb cheeses but must be tried with Tiramisù.

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil

From seasoned olives of “Moròpio” and “Ca’ Coato” this precious olive oil is produced. Manual harvesting is between the months of November and December. The pressing of these olives are done in an oil mill neraby, always in Prognol. The production is very limited – between 200-300 bottles. Bottle – 500 ml with anti drip lid.

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Amarone Box

Our most precious wine, Amarone – can be described in two expressions, Moròpio and Ca’ Coato – encased, not in a simple box but in a piece of Valpolicella wine history. The packaging is presented looks like a wooden crate filled with grapes, the traditional drying method used in the Valpolicella before the use of plastic crates. So, when you give or recieve your gift, it’s as if you have not only the wine but also the crate in which the grapes dried.

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