Amarone Albino Armani, Amarone Slow Wine

Amarone Albino Armani 2010 is entered in the TOP12 OF SLOW WINE MAGAZINE! Thanks SLOW WINE! Immediately shows a refined harmony between the various sweet components: on the nose, as on the palate, notes of sweet licorice (recalling Haribo wheels), good fleshy fruit and a lightly toasted note combine well. This sweet profile, however, is not lacking in acidity and freshness, allowing the wine to flow freely on the palate. – Free Download

Intriguing Amarone

The yearly event Anteprima Amarone  involving the city of Verona last week end, has celebrated vintage 2010 of this great red wine from Valpolicella, the first with appellation DOCG. We are proud to tell you that our Albino Armani Amarone2010, even if presented as a barrel sample, was really appreciated by  journalists.  Angelo Peretti in particular, gave our wine the highest  score among both barrel samples and  finished bottles : 94/100 Here is his comment about our Albino Armani Amarone

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Anteprima Amarone 2010: DOCG for the first time

On Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th January, we will attend the “Anteprima Amarone 2010 DOCG” at  the “Gran Guardia” palace  in the centre of Verona. This yearly meeting gives journalists and consumers the opportunity to taste the anticipation of vintage 2010 of the Amarone docg. 2010 is the first vintage of this great red wine produced under the appellation DOCG, making this year’s edition particularly special event.   We are going to present our two Amaroni of the vintage 2010 : Amarone classico

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Common home of Valpolicella wines

abstract and translation by Egle Capilupi – The members of the Valpolicella Consortium approved the introduction of  “erga omnes”. This means that all the wine producers using the appellation Valpolicella, will be offering their financial contribution to support the promotion and development of this territory: a great opportunity to share a common home where all the members of this Consortium, will be deciding strategies in order to maintain the success of Valpolicella wines.


by Egle Capilupi – She is young, pretty, blond and american. Her name is Cristina Himelick, a student from the Illinois University . From last January Cristina, has been studying at the University for Oenology at Villa Lebrecht in Valpolicella, focusing on the control systems and traceability put in place in order to protect the identity of the Amarone wine. Some days ago she was invested with the title of “ knight” of the Snodar, a prestigious award, assigned to

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Albino Armani winery is a working tradition that goes back in time. The first evidence of vineyard ownership was in 1607. Today, Albino Armani vineyards are located in three different Italian regions (Veneto, Trentino and Friuli) and they cover about 230 acres of land. In 1962, the municipality of Dolcè (Veneto) became the winery’s home base; it is located in the southern part of the Adige Valley, a glacial valley characterized by a strong identity. We have a strong bond with the territory where our grapevines grow. To preserve them, each day is a challenge for us and the risk of losing our produce is the guiding spirit that gives us the strength to keep doing our job. Our wines are the exact representation of where the grapes come from and in the same time, they describe their own territory of origin. For example, our white wines have fresh bouquet notes of white flowers, result of temperature fluctuations and constant ventilation typical of the Trentino land; and our red wines, on the other hand are original in character, fresh yet complex, result of the high altitude of the Valpolicella hills.