Tenuta di Missoj Amarone Riserva DOCG 2013



"Tenuta di Missoj" An estate of 3.5ha in Mizzole, heart of Valpolicella. A land that is highly suited to prestigious wine production. The vineyards extend 200m above sea level on a well ventilated and exposed hill where the grapes can reach a perfect and complete ripeness.

Total of 4150 individually numbered limited bottles were produced in 2013

Alcohol: 17%

Region: Valpolicella, Italy

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Type Red
Volume 750

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Wine Maker notes: Tenuta di Missoj; 3.5 ha, altitude 200 m, southfacing. Volcanic calcareous soil. Guyot-trained vineyards, with a density of 4,000 vines per hectare. Raisining for about 110 days from late September, with a natural weight loss of 35-40%. Meticulous inspection to ensure the grapes are whole and the bunch healthy in the drying room. Soft pressing of the dried grapes in December/January. Temperature-controlled fermentation and long, 30-day maceration. The wine is aged for 24 months in new Fleur de Quintessence oak barriques in medium/low-toasted Allier oak with a very fine grain; development of the wine in bottles for about 12 months.

Tasting notes: Deep ruby red colour, with garnet overtones. An evolved bouquet, fragrant, spicy, with overtones of ripe fruit, cherry, and vanilla. Intense, soft and pervasive flavour.

Technical Data: 17% vol; total acidity 5.6 g/l; sugar residue 4 g/l; non-reducing extract 36 g/l

Grape Variety/Blend: Corvina 70%, Rondinella 20%, Croatina 10%

Food Pairing: Traditionally paired with game, grilled andbraised meat and fully matured cheeses. Uncork one hourbefore serving.

Recommended drinking temperature 16-°17°C