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Monday, April 07, 2014
Cesari Amarone della Volpolicella Classico 2008 wine review by (PB)
Slight opaque garnet with aromas of sweet cherry,sweet spices and earthy notes with a bold bitter sweet fudge nose on opening with caraway notes.
Palate--Supple body with integrated fruit, fresh cherry with slightly sour pie cherry flavors with a rustic edge.
I paid $25 for this which is decent price. The amarone process is unique and you should Google it or read one of my early posts on this blog about the process.
This is a classy wine and one we will pair with a grilled sirloin. This is delicious so raise a glass!
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