Veneto

Veneto
One of Italy’s largest wine regions, the Veneto benefits from a range of climates and terrain – it borders the Austrian alps to the north before the hot central plains give way to the Adriatic coast - and produces one of the biggest outputs of DOC wines in the country. Soave, Valpolicella, and Amarone are among the best sellers, and the Veneto holds a high reputation for its Pinot Grigio too. Veneto is also home of Prosecco – the ever popular sparkling wine that has seen sales beat that of Champagne in recent years. A rich and exciting region to explore through your glass in the comfort of your own home.
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  1. Merlot Del Veneto, Rocca Estate, 2018

    This wine has a youthful, fruity and user friendly style which comes from the typically soft, fleshy character of the Merlot grape.

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  2. Bardolino Classico Lenotti Estate, 2017
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    Produced from the Corvina and Rondinella grapes which are grown on the East side of Lake Garda. A clear ruby red colour with a delicate aroma, fragrant and mellow, with a dry, pleasant taste.

    Gold Medal: Concorso Enologico Bardolino 2017 (2016 vintage)

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  3. Colle Forte, Lenotti Estate, 2017
    Rating:
    100% of 100

    Colle Forte is made with a Sangiovese - Merlot blend of grapes and is rich and well structured. With an aroma reminisant of forest fruits it is a full bodied and yet soft wine. An ideal companion with sweet meats, cheeses, and grilled fish.

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  4. Valpolicella DOC Classico, Lenotti Estate, 2017
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    Cantine Lenotti have produced a fine Valpolicella DOC Classico which is the result of the best quality Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes, grown in the classic area of Valpolicella, north of Verona.

    Dry, full-bodied and intense red wine boasting a bouquet with a hint of almonds. Velvety in the mouth and drinking very well now, although it can be cellared 4-5 years. Great with roasts, grilled meat, game and mature cheeses.

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  5. Valpolicella Classico Ripasso, Lenotti Estate, 2016
    Rating:
    100% of 100

    The Lenotti ‘Le Crosare’ Valpolicella Ripasso is the result of the highest quality Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grape varieties, coming from the classic area of Valpolicella north of Verona. The winemaking process has a brief “ripasso” (re-passing) on the grape skins of the Amarone which gives this red extra body and flavour.

    It is a well-structured wine, intense ruby red colour with a bouquet that is fine and intense. Dry and savoury in the mouth it is full bodied and velvety. Drinking very well now although it has the potential to improve if cellared 4-5 years after harvest. Highly recommend by the Le Bon Vin team.

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  6. Massimo Rosso, Lenotti Estate, 2015

    Produced in very limited quantity from a particular selection of red grapes with a limited yield. Aged part in wood butts and part in specially selected french barriques, it is dry, full bodied and intense red wine with a delicately pleasant bouquet with scents of vanilla and spices.

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  7. Amarone Classico, Lenotti Estate, 2012

    Gold medal winner, rich, classic and chocolately nose, with good balance and well defined fruit on the palate. Very impressive Corvina. Dense black fruits; palate displays excellent weight, structure, intensity of rich, chocolaty fruit through to a very long finish. Drinking very well now and over the next 7 years.

    "A wine that is admirably pieced together with sour cherries and plums and clove and aniseed spice coming through underneath. Drink 2018-2021. 87 Points. Decanter Magazine Amarone Panel Tasting, May 2017 (2011 vintage)

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