This is one of my favorites. Each bottle is a complex story.
The grapes are placed directly onto small open racks and taken to an open-sided building where they are dried by the cool breezes of autumn and winter until they are crushed the following January. This gives it a depth beyond it’s age
It ages at least three years in oak barrels and is then bottled. After bottling, the wine ages for at least another year.
While I love Amarones in general, this one never disappoints.