Masi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Costasera 2016
Masi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Costasera 2016
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Masi Agricola, 0,75 l - 15,00%
70% Corvina, 5% Molinara, 25% Rondinella

€ 32,46
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Vénétie - Italie
Rouge tranquille

Comment le servir

Servir à:

18 - 20°C.

Temps de décantation:

1 Heure

Longévité:

Plus de 25 ans

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Masi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Costasera 2016

Proud, majestic, complex and exuberant: this is Masi’s gentle giant. A benchmark for the Amarone category, which, together with Barolo and Brunello, makes up the aristocracy of the Italian wine world. The product of Masi’s unrivalled expertise in the appassimento technique, whereby traditional grapes for the Valpolicella Classica area – Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara – are laid out on bamboo racks to concentrate their aromas during the winter months.

Couleur

Very dark ruby red.

Parfum

Baked fruit, plums and cherries.

Saveur

Fruity tastes, with hints of coffee and cocoa. Very well balanced.

Accompagnements

Excellent as an after-dinner wine, or to go with red meat, game, quails and richly-fl avoured dishes. Very good with well-aged cheeses, such as parmesan, pecorino and gorgonzola.

Viande
Gibier
Fromages
Fromage affiné
Fromage à pâte persillée
Porc

Caractéristiques du produit

Nom Masi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Costasera 2016
Type Rouge tranquille
Classement
Année 2016
Format 0,75 l Standard
Teneur en alcool 15,00% en volume
Cépages 70% Corvina, 5% Molinara, 25% Rondinella
Pays
Région Vénétie
Emplacement From the west and south-west hills of vineyards, located on the coasts of the historic production communities (Marano, Negrar, Sant'Ambrogio and San Pietro in Cariano).
Climat After a mild winter and a little rainy spring, the first half of June was characterized by rainfall and warm temperatures, which rose even higher during the second half of July. The combination of such factors caused 15 days advance of the tire phases. In July, the number of grapes was reduced by 15%.
Composition du sol The red lime-containing soil comes from the Eozeny era; in addition still red hard soil on basalt.
Vendanges The grape harvest was easily carried out in advance. The harvested amount was lower than the average, but the grapes were high quality. In the Valpolicella area the climate has allowed an ideal grape wilting.
Vinification The Amarone is made according to the old "withering" method, which was known in Roman times. At the end of September / beginning of October, the grapes selected on the hills are placed on the traditional bark of Darren (the so-called "arele"). The Darren are located in fruit stores where natural wilting is controlled by the NASA system. At the end of January, the grapes lost 35% of their weight and got a higher sugar level. Of course, only the Corvina is attacked by the Botrytis, a noble gray horse. After that, the grapes are gently pressed, some of them destemmed, aged for 45 days in large oak barrels from Slavonia or in stainless steel containers at a naturally cold temperature. 35 days of complete fermentation in barrels (30-40 hl) with the addition of alcohol-proof yeast and malolactic fermentation.
Affinage 24 months: 80% in Slavonian oak barrels (40-80 hl), 20% in Slavonia small Allier and oak barrels (40% new barrels, 30% second refill, 30% third refill). Then 4 months in the bottle.
Acidité totale 5,90 gr/L
PH 3,62
Sucres résiduels 9,20 gr/L
Extrait sec 32,90 gr/L
Millésime de production 420 000 bouteilles
Allergènes Contient des sulfites
À déguster avec Excellent as an after-dinner wine, or to go with red meat, game, quails and richly-fl avoured dishes. Very good with well-aged cheeses, such as parmesan, pecorino and gorgonzola.
En promotion Prix Masi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Costasera 2016 € 32,46  TVA excl.

Prix officiels

Guide expert

Prime

Millésime

James Suckling
96/100 
2016
xtraWine
96/100 
2016
Gambero Rosso
 
2013
Bibenda
 
2007

The history of Masi began in the late eighteenth century, when the family bought the prestigious vineyard of Boscaini "Vaio dei Masi" on the hills of Valpolicella. The company has gradually expanded, with subsequent acquisitions under the best of Ven...

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