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1995 Zenato Amarone della Valpolicella Classico
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by whiner51
This is not the best Amarone I've had, but it is a classic, full bodied, dark fruits, with just a slight hint of raisin, thick, viscous, high alcohol, super-extracted wine. Not necessarily for everyone, but I love this stuff. Especially with dishes made with moderately strong hard cheeses such as Piave, Italian Asiago, Montasio, or Regianno Parmesan.


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