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Begali Valpolicella Classico 2017 750ml
Special Price: $15.99
Begali’s delectable Valpolicella Classico is easy to pop and pour and enjoy again and again! Pure red berries cavort on a bed of woodland moss, wildflower petals, spices, river rocks and earth in Begali’s charming ’17 Valpolicella Classico. This wine is about food-friendly immediate drinkability, and it shows an alluring balance between its fine tannins and bright acidity that linger on the savory, mineral-laden finish. A blend of 60% Corvina, 30% Rondinella, and the remainder local grape varietals, grapes ferment in stainless steel, and the wine ages for a year in botti before resting in bottle.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Recioto della Valpolicella Classico 2004 375ml
Arguably Italy's greatest sweet red wine, Quintarelli Recioto is one of IWM's fastest-selling dessert wines; the 2004 saw a benchmark vintage for the Veneto, and this Recioto vintage is a decadent delight that doesn’t sacrifice detail for power. Quintarelli’s '04 Recioto reflects its ideal growing season in its kaleidoscopic layers, velvety texture, and mind-blowing complexity. This wine layers its sweet black cherries and juicy figs with mentholated herbs, Christmas spices, roasted coffee, worn leather, and dark chocolate in a Port-like palate that marries lively acidity with intense dry extract. Velvety tannins provide a sensual backdrop, while savory earthy notes complement the wine’s sweet fruits into its lingering, extended finish. Rarely produced, this bottling appears only three to four times a decade because it requires thirty pounds of grapes (it’s a blend of mostly Corvina and Corvinone, with Rondinella, Cabernet Sauvignon, Nebbiolo, Croatina, and Sangiovese) and at least ten years of aging to create one standard bottle. This hedonistic drink will recalibrate everything you thought you knew about dessert wine.
Dal Forno Romano Veneto Passito Vigna Sere 2004 375ml
Crafted only in the best of vintages, Dal Forno Veneto Passito Vigna Seré is a labor of love, and in ‘04, the textured silky wine explodes on the palate with a profusion of red and black fruit, espresso, leather, exotic spices and wildflowers. Named Veneto Passito Vigna Seré because this dessert wines differs in protocol from the traditional dessert wine of the Veneto, Recioto, Dal Forno’s sweet wine is as luscious, decadent, age-worthy and mind-bending as you’d expect. A blend of 55% Corvina, 15% Rondinella, 20% Croatina, and 10% Oseletta, the grapes for Veneto Passito Vigna Seré dry for six months before pressing--this is twice as long as for Amarone and two months longer than Recioto. After drying, the grapes ferment in stainless steel and then the wine ages for three years in barriques before bottling. It’s a magical wine from a magical vintage, and it explains why Dal Forno is known as the “Grape King” of the Veneto.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella 2009 750ml
2009 saw a ripe yet excellent vintage in the Veneto, and this Quintarelli Amarone reflects its growing year in its full-throttle power, its intensity, its velvety feel, and its unabashed opulence. Layers and layers of red and blue fruits unfurl with Christmas cake, sweet balsamic herbs, new leather, potpourri and touches of loam in this expressive, deep wine. Approachable almost out of the gate, this Quintarelli Amarone nonetheless has the structure to drink over the medium term. This collector's Amarone is a blend of indigenous Corvina along with Rondinella, Molinara, Negrara and traces of Cabernets Sauvignon and Franc, Sangiovese, and Nebbiolo. Following a slightly early harvest, grapes are left to dry out naturally in the appassimento method, which concentrates flavors and sugars to create Amarone’s distinct and hedonistic profile; after pressing the grapes and allowing them to ferment for 45 days, the estate ages the wine in big Slavonian casks for a minimum of seven years.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella 2011 750ml
The product of a ripe growing season with just enough water, just enough coolness, and just enough sun, Quintarelli’s ’11 Amarone is a big-bodied, balanced, and seductive beauty. Gobs of brooding black fruits dance with crisp red berries, melted chocolate, fresh earth, mentholated herbs, roasted nuts, espresso and pressed violet petals in this seamless, spellbinding wine. For all its power, this intense and velvety Amarone shows its Quintarelli breeding in its finesse and elegance; sturdy, chewy tannins and electric acidity combine to show this wine’s extreme youth, but time will tame the tannic and acidic edges to reveal a stunning, age-worthy Amarone. This collector's wine is primarily the indigenous Corvina and Corvinone, blended with Rondinella and traces of Cabernet Sauvignon, Nebbiolo, Croatina, and Sangiovese. Following a slightly early harvest, grapes are left to dry out naturally, and the estate ages the wine in big Slavonian casks for a minimum of six or seven years. Replete with many layers and flavors, Quintarelli's Amarone demands to be contemplated rather than merely consumed. Quintarelli produced fewer than a thousand cases, with just a handful making it to the States.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone Valpolicella Riserva 2007 750ml
2007 saw one of the greatest recent vintages in the Veneto, and Quintarelli’s Amarone Riserva reflects its year in its breathtaking transparency, myriad notes, exquisite texture, and sheer beauty. Brooding berries and sweet cherries mingle with warm chocolate, Christmas cake, fresh loam, cigar wrapper, licorice and potpourri in this mesmerizing wine. A balanced masterpiece, Quintarelli’s ’07 Amarone Riserva matches its intense dry extract with its lively acidity, its velvety tannins with a sweet inner lift, and its explosive fruits with a savory minerality--this wine’s seamlessness, harmony, and complexity are stunning. While you could enjoy this Amarone Riserva upon release with liberal decanting, its heyday won’t come for at least five years, when it’ll drink for many decades to come. A proprietary blend of indigenous Corvina along with Rondinella, Molinara, Negrara and traces of Cabernet, Sangiovese, and Nebbiolo, this Amarone Riserva is made in the painstaking appassimento method where the grapes are partially dried for three or four months before pressing and fermenting for about 45 days; the wine ages for at least seven years in cask before bottling. Released on its own mystical schedule, this Amarone Riserva is a fitting tribute to Giuseppe Quintarelli, one of the world’s greatest winemakers ever to have lived.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella 1983 750ml
Brooding and intense, this ’83 Amarone explodes with dark plums, juicy berries, and succulent cherries, all framed by Christmas cake, underbrush, rose potpourri, warm saddle leather, and truffle. Immensely tannic upon release, time has tamed this ’83 Amarone, and today it reveals kaleidoscopic notes conveyed on an exquisitely balanced, silky palate. While offering terrific tertiary notes, this vintage Amarone nonetheless remains remarkably fresh, evoking the Quintarelli touch with every sip. Quintarelli produces its Amarone only in exceptional vintages, reliably crafting the benchmark for all Amarone. This collector's wine comes primarily from the indigenous Corvina along with Rondinella, Molinara, Negara and traces of Cabernet, Sangiovese, and Nebbiolo, made in the appassimento method. Replete with myriad layers and endless flavors, Quintarelli’s Amarone demands to be contemplated rather than merely consumed. Always rich, opulent, sensuous and extraordinary, Quintarelli’s magical Amarones hold you in their thrall.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella Riserva 1990 750ml
Special Price: $1,299.99
1990 was heralded as one of the great Veneto vintages of the late twentieth century, and upon release this Quintarelli Amarone Riserva was praised for its complexity, its velvety mouth-feel, its seductive power, and its electric energy. Now with almost thirty years of perfect maturity, this wine is stunning, unfurling myriad layers of flavors--juicy red and blue fruits, dried plums, Christmas cake, incense, tarry earth, warm leather, umami, black tea, and so many more. Rich and complex, this wine is nonetheless vibrant, shimmering across the palate to a lingering, resonant crescendo. This collector's wine is primarily from the indigenous Corvina along with Rondinella, Molinara, Negrara and traces of Cabernet, Sangiovese, and Nebbiolo, made in the painstaking appassimento method. This wine is a hedonist’s delight, a wine to be savored and meditated upon, and it’s a fitting tribute to one of the world’s greatest winemakers ever to have lived.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella Riserva 1995 750ml
Special Price: $1,299.99
Upon release, Quintarelli’s ’95 Amarone Riserva was hailed as a triumph. Now with more than twenty years of maturity, this wine is proving to be a majestic beauty that evokes its maker’s hands in its structure, texture and sheer beauty. This wine bursts from the glass with a profusion of red and black fruits, melted chocolate, tarry earth, Christmas cake, underbrush, truffles and black tea. Filling the mouth with a silken weight, this Amarone remains supple and nimble owing to its vibrant core of acidity and its lively minerality. This is a wine that invites meditation: layer upon layer of flavors unfurl on the palate in a kaleidoscopic drinking experience that culminates in a lingering, resonant finish. While Quintarelli produces its Amarone only in exceptional vintages, the estate restricts its Amarone Riserva to very great vintages; this decades-old wine now sits in the center of its drinking window. This collector Amarone Riserva is a proprietary blend of indigenous Corvina with Rondinella and traces of Cabernet Sauvignon, Nebbiolo, Croatina, and Sangiovese.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone Valpolicella Riserva 2007 1.5L
Subject to availability
Special Price: $1,499.99
Forest floor, crushed hazelnuts, melted chocolate, Christmas cake and earth provide a savory backdrop for the juicy red and blue fruits in this silky, enveloping ’07 Amarone. While the product of a ripe vintage, this wine still needs some time to come into its own; its exquisite structure provides a compelling framework for aging, and as opulent as this wine is, a deep core of minerality and some sprightly acidity keep it supple. This collector's wine is the benchmark for all Amarone, composed primarily of the indigenous Corvina blended with Rondinella and traces of Cabernet Sauvignon, Nebbiolo, Croatina, and Sangiovese, and it ages for years in large botti before release. Replete with myriad layers and endless flavors, Quintarelli’s Amarone demands to be contemplated rather than merely consumed. Always rich, opulent, sensuous and extraordinary, every vintage of this wine is a thing of beauty.