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A blend of the traditional Valpolicella varieties sourced from three of the estate's vineyard sites, this is a gorgeous expression of Amarone for a stupendous price. From the winery: "Made from a selection of the best native grapes, which are processed following the 'appassimento' method for three months, in line with an age-old tradition in Valpolicella. It is garnet-red in colour, with a full, dry, velvety taste, and intense aromas of cherries macerated in alcohol, wild berries and spices. Uncork a few hours before drinking and serve at 18-20°C."
Price: $39.99

2012 Corte Rugolin "Monte Danieli" Amarone Classico
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93 points Decanter: "Mouthfilling and rich, unveiling a lovely creamy blanket of dried cherry and plum fruit, propelled by an enlivening vein of acidity. Highly satisfying yet still youthful. (Panel Tasting)" (01/2019) Wine Enthusiast: "This opens with aromas of ripe black-skinned fruit, resin and roasted coffee bean. The warm, dense palate delivers espresso, dried black cherry, clove and vanilla alongside close-grained tannins. (KO)" (12/2018) K&L Notes: Corte Rugolin is the name of an old manor house of the late 1600`s. This property, owned by Coun...
Price: $49.99

This classic blend of Corvina, Rondinella, and Molinara was vinified according to tradition for the Amarone style and aged for three years in oak casks. It is characteristically bold in flavor, with a rich, silky midpalate and lingering taste of chocolate and dried cherries. A full-bodied wine, this pairs well with rich dishes like red meat, game, and strong cheeses. It is also a nice treat to enjoy after dinner on its own or with cheese or chocolate. Decanting or opening the wine at least a half hour before consuming is recommended in order to allow its...
Price: $29.99

90 points James Suckling: "A firm and silky red with berry and stone character, medium body and a fresh finish." (08/2018) Wine Enthusiast: "This boasts aromas of ripe strawberry, violet and a touch of eucalyptus. The light-bodied, juicy palate offers raspberry jam, cinnamon and red cherry alongside fresh acidity and smooth tannins. (KO)" (02/2018)
Price: $24.99

98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2013 Amarone della Valpolicella Monte Lodoletta is my favorite wine in the retrospective, along with the amazing 2011, 2009 and 1996 vintages. This wine was released at the beginning of this year, and because Dal Forno skipped over the 2014 vintage, this is the only Amarone we will see for a while (until the highly anticipated 2015 is released). The 2013 vintage is characterized by a slightly more streamlined mouthfeel (which isn't saying much given the baseline enormity of these wines) with carefully etched ...
Price: $324.99

90 points Wine & Spirits: "Barrique-aged for one year, this ripasso unfolds with flavors of dried cherry and dark chocolate accented by notes of licorice and sweet spice. Savory hints emerge toward the finish, balancing those rich flavors. It’s a good match for braised beef." (02/2021) K&L Notes: Corte Rugolin's Ripasso style of Valpolicella is produced by refermenting a small amount of Valpolicella Classico on the lees with the sweet wine of their Recioto and Amarone. The resulting red is of superior quality and is remarkably long-lived; it has more b...
Price: $24.99

Trabucchi has always been among our favorite producers of Amarone, for their flavor, character, and fun. Over the entrance to the winery is inscribed, "With inspiration from Giuseppe Quintarelli, help from Romano Dal Forno and the money of Sig. Trabucchi," who is obviously someone with a great sense of humor. Valpolicella is one of the most exciting winemaking zones in Italy now. Gone are the days of the ubiquitous plonk; cheap and wet. Today's Valpolicella is stunningly aromatic, concentrated, richly textured, and spicy. The Trabucchi Amarone has less f...
Price: $89.99

Antonio Galloni writes: "Trabucchi makes intense, fruit-forward wines from biologically-certified vineyards in Illasi, one of the valleys that emerges on the eastern side of the Valpolicella zone."
Price: $29.99

90 points Decanter: "Splendid violet florals and youthful cherry fruit, with well-constructed oak, fresh tannins and a bitter twist on the finish. (Panel Tasting)" (01/2020)
Price: $29.99

95 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Nearly black color. Extremely youthful, unforthcoming nose hints at black cherry, plum, violet, bitter chocolate, quinine and bell pepper. This is almost too concentrated and tannic to describe. Palate- and toothstaining flavors of black plum, coffee liqueur, spices, tobacco, vanilla and herbs abound. Alcoholic, heady wine, with a much denser and more tannic finish than the Amarones of Giuseppe Quintarelli. Not for those who believe that less can be more. This cult producer's 2000s are clearly superi...
Price: $399.99

From the winery: "Amarone 'Terre di San Zeno' is a blend of Valpolicella traditional grapes, which are picked only after a careful selection of the ripest clusters on the vines and placed to undergo the appassimento process, inducing air to dry out the grapes. This process lasts up to 4 months. The crushing takes place only at the beginning of the year following the harvest, with a very long fermentation, 25 – 30 days, due both to the temperature of the season (February – March) and to the naturally high alcohol level of the must. After a long maturation...
Price: $54.99



Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Of the 'modernist' school in Valpolicella, Roccolo Grassi delivers some of the most distinctive red, white and dessert wines in northern Italy. (ML)" (10/2013)
Price: $74.99

The estate of Giuseppe Quintarelli, the Veneto’s most important producer, has received justifiable renown for its near-mythical Amarone, Recioto and the cult wine, Alzero. As resolute traditionalists, the Quintarelli estate follows the winemaking protocol established by Giuseppe, practices he learned from his father and grandfather. Therefore, Quintarelli wines are always small in allocation, high in demand, and stratospheric in quality--even the most connected wine-lovers find the Quintarelli wines difficult to obtain. As with the estate’s Amarone, Quin...
Price: $324.99

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2006 Giuseppe Quintarelli Valpolicella Classico Superiore (91VN). Vinous: "The 2006 Valpolicella Classico Superiore is a an attractive wine to drink now and over the next few years, as the flavors offer gorgeous complexity and nuance. Cedar, tobacco, smoke, worn-in leather and dried cherries are all laced together in the glass in a powerful Valpolicella loaded with class and personality. Firm tannins convey a decidedly old-school sense of structure. (AG)" (07/2015)
Starting Bid: $170.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2010 Giuseppe Quintarelli Valpolicella Classico Superiore. Giuseppe Quintarelli is easily in the same stratus of reverence as the likes of Bruno Giacosa, Franco Biondi Santi, and Bartolo Mascarello. He was one of the greatest winemakers in the world for the better part of the 20th century, and his wines have thrilled and captivated collectors for two generations. Antonio Galloni writes of the 2010 vintage for Quintarelli, "This is another superb set of wines from the Quintarelli family... they have no peers. Once readers acquire a taste for these heady wines, there is no turning back." (7/2015)
Starting Bid: $130.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009 Giuseppe Quintarelli Rosso Cà del Merlo (94W&S). Wine & Spirits: "Quintarelli’s 2009 Ca’ del Merlo unfolds in layers of red berries, balsamic herbs and tingly spices, each flavor surfacing with precision before giving way to the next. The wine gains power with exposure to air, its cool, mineral tannins knitting the flavors together as hints of black olive and roasted red pepper begin to emerge. Ca’ del Merlo is a vineyard comprised of corvina and corvinone, with smaller percentages of cabernet sauvignon and franc, nebbiolo, croatina and sangiovese. Half of the grapes begin fermentation immediately, while the rest are air-dried for two months before fermentation to concentrate the flavors. The wine is later racked onto the Amarone lees to begin a second fermentation in the ripasso style, and aged in large Slavonian casks for seven years. The wine maintains a youthful freshness and vigor amid its layered complexity, executing a tricky balance between den
Starting Bid: $165.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2011 Giuseppe Quintarelli Cà del Merlo Rosso. Giuseppe Quintarelli is easily in the same stratus of reverence as the likes of Bruno Giacosa, Franco Biondi Santi, and Bartolo Mascarello. He was one of the greatest winemakers in the world for the better part of the 20th century, and his wines have thrilled and captivated collectors for two generations. Antonio Galloni writes of Quintarelli, "As for the wines, they have no peers. Once readers acquire a taste for these heady wines, there is no turning back." (7/2015)
Starting Bid: $110.00

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