Amarone CEILING docg 2011
The. Agr. Mount Dall’ Now
Not so much company, but family…real people, farmers with the land in their heads and hearts. They love the countryside and the life around them, which sees them as protagonists in preserving and enhancing what they take care of every day: Nature. Their vineyards are on the Castelrotto hill where wine has been produced since the 5th century. In the field and in the vineyard, every choice is made with the utmost respect for biodiversity and biodynamics: they want to transmit intact the most precious patrimony they have received from those who preceded them. Over their years, micro habitats made up of plants have developed in their vineyards, herbs, insects and microorganisms that help keep the whole alive, balanced, healthy and above all resistant.
Amarone Stropa it takes its name from the willow suckers used over the centuries in these areas to tie vine branches(it is the sprig of wood that is tied to the neck of each single bottle). The vineyards are on the hill of Castelrotto and exceed the 50 years of age. Plants are strong, resistant and ripe and give a "rich" fruit. Even when you pour it into the glass you can guess what the drinking experience of this Amarone will be like.
Intense ruby red, impenetrable and when you turn it in the glass it leaves large arches to mark its passage. As if they were a furrow…Once brought to the nose, it is pervaded by a rare aromatic richness, e, despite being very powerful, it is perfectly elegant. Dried fruit, cherry, plum and on the finish also with spicy aromas. On the palate is the above summary: wraparound, complex, exciting with a thousand facets and evolutions. E’ It is normal to have the perception that every time you taste it, new perceptions appear that make this Amarone unique.