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Piccoli Monte La Parte Amarone della Valpolicella


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Vintage: 2012
Region: Valpolicella, Italy
Viticulture: Sustainable
Grape varieties: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Oseleta, Molinara, and Croatina

Piccoli Monte La Parte Amarone della Valpolicella reveals notes of ripe fruit such as black cherry, raspberry, and plum, mint, and eucalyptus.

Song: Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd

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About Piccoli Monte La Parte Amarone della Valpolicella

Piccoli Monte La Parte Amarone della Valpolicella reveals notes of ripe fruit such as black cherry, raspberry, and plum with hints of mint and eucalyptus. On the palate full-bodied, well structured with elegant tannins, fruity notes of red berries combined with licorices and tobacco. Dense, complex, and an ever-persistent after-taste.

Hand-harvested grapes from the Monte La Parte Cru of the estate. The soil is calcareous tuffeau. A rigorous selection identifies the best bunches and is stored in the fruttaio (drying room). The drying process is all-natural without the use of an air conditioning system, lasts longer than 3 months with a weight loss of up to 35%. After a cold maceration of 15 days, the slow fermentation lasting at least a month takes place in stainless steel thanks to controlled temperatures never exceeding 20°C. The soft remontage and delestage techniques allow the maximum extraction of polyphenolic compounds. The wine is refined in 30 hl French oak barrels for at least 5 years. After this, the wine is transferred to stainless steel tanks for an extra few months before bottling and spends an extra year in bottle before being released.

About Piccoli Daniela

Azienda Agricola Piccoli Daniela is located on Monte La Parte, a beautiful hill of tuffaceous and calcareous soils in Parona di Valpolicella, a few minutes from the historic center of Verona. A company born from the passion for the land where it was born, the Valpolicella. Is spread over 14 hectares dedicated entirely to the cultivation of grapes and olives. The vineyards pruning system is guyot. The vines are at 250 meters above sea level and, due to the windy climate and excellent sun exposure, produce high-quality grapes devoted to making structured, complex, elegant, and fruity wines. The common target of all the wines is the research of the best grapes to get, in every sip, the landscape of origin, and the most beautiful emotion.