Dusty garnet red in colour. The bouquet shows aromas of roasted beets, white bean, rosemary, sun dried tomato, and plump figs with a round, vibrant, fruity medium-to-full body and an elegant, grilled plums, pomegranate coulis, chocolate-covered espresso beans, olives, Meyer lemon, and cured meats finish. A balanced Amarone with a rustic old world charm and endless layers of complex flavours.
Cielo Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG
for the equivalent of £22.75 a bottle
CASE OF 6 BOTTLES
Grower: Cielo e Terra
Grape Variety: Rondinella / Cortesecorvina
Style: Smokey and Savoury
Alcohol: 15% ABV
Bottle Size: 75cl
3 in stock
Cielo e Terra has two strong roots here in the Veneto region in north-eastern Italy. The first is the Cielo family: a 4 generations story. The second, the cooperative of Cantine dei Colli Berici, with more than 2000 vinegrowers associated. In 1908 Giovanni Cielo, the founder, purchased a small estate in Montorso, just overlooking the Castles of Romeo and Juliet. Grandfather Pietro developed the wine business and saved the estate during the war. He was a great communicator, deeply committed to social responsibility. Meanwhile, after the war, local vinegrowers, decided to band together and set up a cooperative, the Cantine dei Colli Berici S.c.a. The Cielo third generation, Giovanni, Renzo and Piergiorgio, took the reins in the 1960s. Innovation and commitment made the winery well reputed all across Italy. With the fourth generation, Pierpaolo and Luca, the Cielo winery joined Cantine dei Colli Berici and was renamed Cielo e Terra (Sky and Earth). This is a successful union between a family company and a cooperative.