Wine Region: Veneto, Italy
Grape: Corvina Veronese 70%, Rondinella 25%, Corvinone 5%.
Pigaro is a new project from an estate of the Speri family in Valpolicella Classica.
Pigaro Amarone Classico is a blend of native grapes manually selected and dried for 100 days. The wine is aged 30 months in 2000-4000 litres oak barrels.
It is a rich and powerful wine with smooth texture and superb length. Scents of raisins, cherries matched by fine tannins and bitter almond. Beautiful elegant rounded wine.
About the Winery
All the estates owned by the company are within the Valpolicella Classica (historical zone), in the best wine country, at a height ranging from 150 to 350 metres with a considerable variety of terrain and microclimates.
In order to best represent these micro-zones, the grapes coming from our most important vineyards are made separately into wine, creating prestigious single vineyard wines which are named after their vineyard of origin.
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