Allegrini Palazzo Della Torre, Veneto, Italy.

Grapes 70% Corvina, 25% Rondinella, 5% Sangiovese   Facts Oh sure, I’d like to drink Amarone every day! But with what I consider a “decent” bottle starting at $50, and going swiftly upwards from there, my current budget just doesn’t permit those kind of extravagances. Side-note: I may get a part-time job…  So, if you’re in the same position as me (financially that is), Allegrini might have the perfect answer for Amarone-addiction you with their…

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Luigi Righetti “Capitel de Roari” Amarone, Valpolicella, Italy, 2008

Grape Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara (%’s unknown)   Facts I’m turbo-passionate about Amarone, and if I could afford to drink it every day, I promise you I would! Amarone is stylistically very different than anything else Italy puts out, and is the king of wines from North-Eastern Italy. If you’re basing your opinion of Italian wine solely on Chianti, make sure you keep reading…  The Luigi Righetti winery is family owned and operated, and has been…

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