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Lenotti Valpolicella DOC Classico 2015 - 750ml

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The Valpolicella Blend is most commonly used to produce dry table wine, but may also be used to make sweet, semi-sweet and even sparkling wines. The most famous variation of dry Valpolicella is Amarone, where the appassimento method of semi-drying grapes is used to craft rich, and often sweet, wines of great concentration. Corvina and Rondinella grapes are favored in this instance because of their thick skins (making them better suited to drying) and opulent texture. Winemakers have the choice of fermenting their Amarone wines as sweet (Recioto) or dry.

 

The Valpolicella Blend is most commonly used to produce dry table wine, but may also be used to make sweet, semi-sweet and even sparkling wines. The most famous variation of dry Valpolicella is Amarone, where the appassimento method of semi-drying grapes is used to craft rich, and often sweet, wines of great concentration. Corvina and Rondinella grapes are favored in this instance because of their thick skins (making them better suited to drying) and opulent texture. Winemakers have the choice of fermenting their Amarone wines as sweet (Recioto) or dry.

 

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