Ca' Erto Ripasso della Valpolicella 2016
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Deeply colored, rich, densely jammy wines that are lip-smacking good. The term "Ripasso" refers to this luscious, richly-textured style of wine, which is made by taking the freshly fermented Valpolicella wine, adding Amarone pomace to it (seeds, skins, and grape pulp), and then re-fermenting it altogether. The Valpolicella is left in contact with the Amarone pomace for a couple of weeks, which imparts additional color and flavor, tannin and structure, leading to the delicious, lush wine that is certainly a welcome addition to just about any dessert course.
|Region||Italy, Veneto, Valpolicella|
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