Fresh and candied cherries and plums. Soft and inviting, very well balanced — 5 days ago
Отличное гастрономическое вино! Интересное в меру таниновое и не дорогое! — 5 months ago
Feast tasting Nov 2020. Drank w/ JackD & Caitlin Jan 27, 2021. 50% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc, 10% Petit Verdot. Such a beautiful nose. Red fruit, cedar. Equally pleasing on the palate w/ fruit, leather, & earth. Love the Allegrini wines, and this Super Tuscan blend is a winner. Will buy more! — a year ago
Very tobacco and coffee. With some sweet fruity hints. — a month ago
I’m in Rome drinking this, it is amazing! — 7 months ago
2018. Amazing notes of berry before tasting. Couldn’t pinpoint exact flavor but very intense. Interesting flavor.
Was able to get the exact same bottle at Miron in Kingston same vintage. $21.99 discounted to $18.69. Very good but didn’t open up with same fragrance as I Italy. May 28, 2022 with Marc and Tim — a month ago
Allegrini ‘La Poja’ Monovitigno Corvina Veronese 2012: Full-body. Medium-plus acidity. Soft tannins. Rich palate flavors of red fruit jam, blackberry, plum, vanilla & tobacco. Persistent & silky finish. All in all, this wine presets incredible finesse & flavor. Cheers🍷 — 2 months ago
Ruby in color with a wide and dirty brick rim.
Showing a wonderful nose with lots of earth notes.
On the palate, sweet cherries, over ripen plums, raisins, dried fruits, chocolates, citrus, tobacco, coffee, peppercorn, earth, black tea, wet leaves and herbs.
Medium bodied with medium plus acidity.
Nice tangy finish, yet not very long, with fine grained tannins.
I did not decant it, but let it open up in the bottle. I really liked the nose, after 30 minutes of airtime.
Thank you John for sharing this with me.
Nice to see how this lasted so well, even though it is from a bad vintage.
This 39 year old is not at its peak any longer, but still very drinkable. I believe it was way better 10 years ago. Lucky to have the bottle all for myself, as no one else liked it. 😃
Also, great to see that the alcohol is kind of low (for an Amarone).
Aged for 2 years in wood barrels.
14% alcohol by volume.
$120. — a year ago