La Giuva's first Amarone has a complex, ethereal nose. Aromatic notes of Marasca cherries, blueberries and chocolate combine with hints of sweet spice. Smooth and powerful, the palate is remarkably fresh and finishes with ripe fruit.
On the "Valpolicella" label, "Valpo" stands out, and it is by this name that the locals refer to this wine. Young, fresh and fruity, it's in fact Valpo which is usually served on Verona�s dining tables, and it is a glass of Valpo which is consumed as an aperitif, at home or outside.
Ruby red in colour, with a concentrated perfume of red and black cherries, with the ripasso adding a dried cherry intensity. Full-bodied on the palate, with lovely balance between opulent cherry-pie character and supple structure. Good length with a mouthwatering bitter-cherry twist on the finish.
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