Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Classic Vigneto Monte Sant’Urbano is the undisputed symbol of the company Speri that produces this wine with a careful selection of the best clusters harvested in its cru. Important wine of rare complexity elegance structure. Perfect for great gourmet appointments is particularly suited to aging. Spectacular vintage.
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|Designation||Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG|
|Alcohol Content||15% vol.|
|Formats||Bottle of 750 ml.|
|Tasting||Color: intense garnet red. Scent: dried fruit ethereal. Taste: full bodied, warm, enveloping, dry.|
|Food matches||Red Meat, Stewed Meat, Roasted Beef, Game, Aged Cheese, After Dinner, With Friends, Meditation, Great Events|
|Service temperature||18° C.|
|Suggested glass||Tulip glass very large|
|Awards||Gambero Rosso 3 Glasses, Vitae 4 Vines|
|Scores||James Suckling 92/100|
The grapes not only form the basis for a good wine: they give it its essence, its soul, its personality. They adapt themselves to the rhythms of nature, they make themselves at home in the land in which they grow and allow themselves to be guided by the hands of the vigneron. Cultivating the land is an ancient occupation, tinged with tradition and the aura of times past. The Speris began working as vine growers in Valpolicella seven generations ago. Times change but the old values endure, as does the Speris’ pride in being part of an extraordinary area like the Valpolicella classica zone and the moral duty they feel to express its characteristics in their company’s wines.
One of the historical families in Valpolicella, Speri is an important and faithful exponent of the wines of the Valpolicella Classica zone and has also become, thanks to the firm’s consistency and its intimate links with its area of origin, an authoritative point of reference within the Italian wine scene.
The company’s history began in the first half of the nineteenth century, with just a few hectares next to the Speris’ family home.
Over the course of the years, the company has invested in new properties in the top-quality areas of Valpolicella Classica, so that it now owns 60 hectares. Times have changed and the company has grown, but it still remains in the hands of the family, which can now boast of being in its seventh generation.
Based on the conviction that a wine’s quality is determined in the vineyard, Speri Viticoltori has committed itself over the years to preserving and promoting the fertility of the land while growing exclusively local grapes and preventing some historic varietals from extinction.
Also, in the hillside vineyards they have maintained the “marogne”, the historic stone walls, in order to preserve the balance of the land.
After many years of sustainable agriculture from the 2015 vintage obtains organic certification. The ultimate goal is getting as close as possible to a naturally balanced agricultural ecosystem by implementing practices that combine a knowledge of ecology, plant physiology, biochemistry and insect behavior. Examples are leaving permanent grass over the entire vineyard area (thus ensuring the presence of organic substances), and composting the residues from pruning and vinification, that restores part of its by-products into the environment. Another important practice is to control the main insect that does harm to the vines, the European grapevine moth, by means of the modern technique of sexual confusion.
All the estates owned by the company are within the Valpolicella Classica (historical zone), in the best wine country, at a height ranging from 150 to 350 metres with a considerable variety of terrain and microclimates.
In order to best represent these micro-zones, the grapes coming from our most important vineyards are made separately into wine, creating prestigious single vineyard wines which are named after their vineyard of origin.
The hillside vines are cultivated on terraces formed by dry stone walls also known in Italian as “marogne”. These, as well as being a valuable tool to improve hillside cultivation, have an historical value. For this reason, by conserving them, we can say we have made a small contribution to the enrichment of the land.
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