The Amarone of the Valpolicella DOCG Campo del Titari Reserve by Brunelli is majestic and exuberant as the master horse inspired by the creation, this superb Amarone Riserva is made only in special vintages, in very limited quantities (3000 bottles approx.) And Is the ultimate result of the specific qualities of Brunelli production.
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|Variety||Corvina Veronese e Corvinone 75%, Rondinella 15%, Oseleta 10%, double selection.|
|Designation||Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG|
|Alcohol Content||15,5% vol.|
|Formats||Bottle of 750 ml.|
|Tasting||Color: intense and dark ruby. Scent: intense with notes of cherry, raspberry and red currant, light hints of vanilla, cocoa beans and tobacco. Taste: Strong, robust, elegant acidity. The final is very persistent.|
|Food matches||After Dinner, With Friends, Meditation, Red Meat, Roasted Beef, Game, Stewed Meat, Aged Cheese|
|Service temperature||18° C.|
|Suggested glass||Tulip glass very large|
|Awards||IOWA Silver Medal, Decanter Commended|
Since the 18th century, the Brunelli name has always been closely connected to San Pietro in Cariano, the central and main village of the Classic Valpolicella area, one of the most charming and renowned wine districts in Italy.
Located exactly between Verona and Lake Garda, Valpolicella perfectly represents the synthesis of many different elements. A mineral soil and rich in limestone, a rare and wonderful mosaic of indigenous grape varieties, a Mediterranean climate influenced by the breezes coming from the lake nearby and an ideal South-Southwest exposure which combines with a skillful and passionate work in the vineyards and with the appassimento technique, favouring the concentration of sugars and extractive substances.
It is in this spot in the countryside, with its age-old vocation for growing vines, that the Brunelli family has become one of the interpreters of Amarone and a guardian of a great winemaking heritage.
The rhythms and time-frames of Nature; the scents and colors of the earth and of the vines; the flavors of wine: these elements have always been part of my life.
Year after year, the art of transforming our grapes into wine, fashioning them into a perfect product, and seeking to understand and appreciate its fragrances has had a profound effect on my dreams and my desires.
I have discovered, to my surprise, that many wines offer a complex personality. Sometimes it is similar to that of my grandfather; some are more like my father’s character, and yet others offer feminine perfumes and flavours that remind me of my mother and grandmother.
Over time, I have learned that love and passion have come together in my family. Looking even deeper, I have discovered that these are the values shared by all those who love to “create wines”. They are a legacy that has been handed down to me and that has had a profound effect on my way of life, my way of constructing social relationships and of sharing an art that is at once ancient and familiar.
The main objective of our family is to highlight the typical qualities of the grapes of the Valpolicella area through the research of unique flavours and perfumes that are able to give a special distinctiveness to our wines.
Sustainability, curiosity and the uncompromising will to respect the rhythms dictated by nature and to support the vocation and identity of each single vineyard are the principles which allow us to achieve high value and emblematic wines, which stand out for their finesse and personality.
Indeed, in order to allow the more discerning wine lovers to enjoy these special treasures of the Valpolicella area, our winery has striven for many years to offer products that are incomparable examples of their terroir: original products that are highly recognizable and distinguishable from mass-produced wines. Our production is also unique thanks to the particular characteristics that it displays and which makes unmistakable the expression of the environment we live in, and where the winegrower represents the guardian.
Therefore, the choice to work without compromise is the result of the firm belief that the quality of wine is created, at first, in the vineyard. The parcels have been carefully developed so as to contain only the main indigenous grape varieties of the Valpolicella area (such as Corvina Veronese, Corvinone, Rondinella and Oseleta) and to recover venerable native grapes fallen into disuse, reinterpreted with modern techniques and trained by using the Double Low Pergola and Espalier systems.