Amarone "Campo Leòn," Latium-Morini

Half-Bottle of Amarone "Campo Leòn," Latium-Morini - 2013

Item # 25659 375mL
$28.96/ Single Bottle
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$695.04 $625.54/ Case of 24
Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

Liquidy and dense with pulpy ripe black plums whipped with dark streaks of licorice, this Amarone demonstrates the unique character of a wine made from a traditiional producer's backyard grapes. Obscure indigenous grape, Oseleta is even thrown into the mix. Aromas of wild flowers and rosehips emmante as the wine opens in the glass. The Morini family uses huge Slavonian oak tonneaux to mature the wine for 30 months after a temperature controlled fermentation. The wine spends 10 months in bottle before release.

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Astor's Glossary of Terms


The red Corvina grape (a.k.a. Corvina Veronese) is the most widely planted grape in Italy's Valpolicella and Bardolino regions. In recent years, it has gained momentum as the best grape for making Amarone.



This is a very large region that produces all sorts of red wines, often from the Corvina grape, that range from light, early-drinking, Beaujolais-esque efforts to hulking dried-grape monsters like Recioto and Amarone.

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