Join us at Vinitaly 2017

Verona | 9 – 12 April 2017 We look forward to seeing you at #Vinitaly2017  | Hall 5 Stand A6 | We are excited to unveil to you all a new project and its packaging, specifically designed to give a more collective identity to our wines from Friuli. In addition to this we will introduce to you a new reference: Ribolla Gialla “Metodo Classico” obtained from grapes grown in the vineyards of Sequals in the Grave Friulana … Last but not least

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Il segno dell’anima, recent artworks by Antonio Amodio

On the 18th of April, at Verona’s perhaps most outstanding historical exhibition building, the Palazzo della Gran Guardia, there will be a selection of Albino Armani wines accompanying a grand art exhibit called “Il segno dell’anima”, showing over 70 works by Antonio Amodio. They are a synthesis of the man’s creative path, an eclectic artist of Verona, and a student of Giacomo Manzù and Saverio Barbaro, who are artistic figures ranking among the most influential in 20th-century Italy. These works

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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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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.