If you think there isn’t anything as good as a glass of wine, especially when you are celebrating something with your family or friends, you should take a look at the most interesting characteristics of the premium wine Italian Amarone Valpolicella Villa San Carlo DOCG. This is a small-quantity wine production (4000 bottles) that is made in the homonym area of the Veneto region, using mainly the hand selected grapes of the varieties Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella. To bring to your table the best quality wine, this Amarone Valpolicella Villa San Carlo DOCG has a 24 months maturation period in French oak barrels and a final brewing for 12 months in bottles.
Grapes: 45% Corvina, 35% Corvinone, 10% Rondinella, 10% others varieties.
Alcohol: 16% Vol.
Serving temperature: 18/19°C.
Color: Ruby red with garnet hues.
About the artisan : Azienda vinicola Villa San Carlo (VR)