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Ilaria Accordini Amarone Classico 2013

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Country:Italy
Region:Veneto
Grape Type:Corvina
Winery:Accordini
Product Description

Ilaria Accordini Amarone Classico is made from 70% corvina - corvinone, 30% rondinella - 20 years old vines.

Full red color, tending to ruby red. Complex aromatic nuances, that range from black cherry to blueberries, chocolate. A sumptuous expression of ripe fruit, that runs through the mouth with invasive persistence, typical for a great Amarone. The finale closes with sinuous tobacco and new leather notes.

Red and dark-brown lands with a certain calcareous and clay concentration. Typical of Valpolicella area is the presence of stones in the soil. The climate is favored by Lessini hills that protect the vineyards from cold fronts coming from the north and by Garda Lake from the west, ideal for mitigating the temperature especially during winter months.


Perfect with red meat and game dishes, mature cheeses, truffles.





Winery: Accordini

The Accordini Winery

The Accordini Winery is settled in the heart of the classic Valpolicella, Pedemonte. The estate is approximately 25 hectares in Negrar. The Accordini Winery focuses on three varietals: Corvina,  Rossignola, Rondinella, Corvinoni, Garganega. The focus is the Ripassa style and Corvina grape, where Accordini dominates.

Guido Accordini, the family’s third generation winemaker, wanted to make the winery a leader in high quality wines production. Guido’s father  built a new cellar for this high quality production. Here the most famous “Amarone” was made.

 

"A tiny Amarone producer of impeccable quality; the Le Bessole bottling has traditional spice, earth notes, and deep fruit; the Riserva is tannic; most of the wines offer elegance and food-friendly acidity."

- Anthony Dias Blue's pocket guide to wine 2006

 

Some wines from the Accordini Winery:

 

  • Accordini, Valpolicella, Classico Superiore, Le Bessole
  • Accordini, Ripasso, Valpolicella
  • Accordini, Amarone, Le Bessole, Classico
  • Accordini, Amarone, Riserva "Le Viole"
  • Accordini, Amarone, Riserva
  • Accordini, Recioto della Valpolicella, Late Harvest

Any Accordini wines we have in stock are listed below, if you don’t see the wine you are looking for please don’t hesitate to ask for it.

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Ilaria Accordini Amarone Classico 2015

Ilaria Accordini Amarone Classico 70% corvina - corvinone, 30% rondinella - 20 years old vines

Full red color, tending to ruby red. Complex aromatic nuances, that range from black cherry to blueberries, chocolate. A sumptuous expression of ripe fruit, that runs through the mouth with invasive persistence, typical for a great Amarone. The finale closes with sinuous tobacco and new leather notes.

Ideal with boiled, roasted and grilled meat.


Ilaria Accordini Amarone Classico Riserva 2000

Black cherry color, pours thick, and with rich flavors. Bing cherries and Kirsch on the nose. Flavors like a ripe Châteauneuf du Pape with ample extract, red liquorice, and a persistent finish.
“This wine rates 95-99 points in quality” – Francis J. Kysela V, MS

The wine is aged 60 months in oak barrels, then aged 24 months in tank, and another 12 years in the bottle before release.

Enjoy it with mature cheeses such as Parmigiano Reggiano and Grana Padano. Goes well with grilled meats, roasts. An excellent sipping wine and a great match with chocolate desserts.


Ilaria Accordini Ripasso Valpolicella 2016

Ilaria Accordini Ripasso  is made from 60% Corvina, 20% Rondinella, 20% Corvinoni

Intense red color with garnet hints. Almond and fresh walnut aromas. Full-bodied with a good structure.
This is an excellent red wine with a supple body. The techniques used to produce this wine is typical from the area.

Late harvest style Corvina aged on Amarone lees. The must of Amarone remains in the vat and instead of being pressed, it is topped up with high quality Valpolicella before being left to referment for about 10-15 days.
Pairs well with roasted meats.

Review:


"Quite a subtle nose here for a Valpolicella Ripasso with fresh berries, earth, spices and citrus all vying to be noticed on the nose. The bright acidity channels flowery notes of dried rose petals through a needle of acidity and a medium-chewy furrow of tannins. Drink now."

- James Suckling (November 2019), 91 pts


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Piemaggio Chianti Classico Le Fioraie 2013

This wine is the authentic expression of a Chianti Classico, with an intense ruby color with burgundy reflections with age. Pleasant notes of violets and dry cherry on the nose. The taste is intense and persistent. Well-balanced, elegant and full-bodied

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Traditional winemaking with controlled temperature in stainless steal tank, with skin contact maceration for around 25 days, pumping overs and delestages. Aging for about 18 months with passages in concrete vats, in French oak casks of 25 HL and then in tonneaux. 3 months in the bottle.

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Accordini Recioto Valpolicella "Le Viole" Late Harvest 2011 (500ml)

Accordini Recioto Valpolicella "Le Viole" Late Harvest 2011 is made from 65% Corvina , 20% Rondinella , 15% Corvinoni
Intense and fruity aromas with concentrated brew of chocolate and cherries. The palate is flavorful with a harmonious finish.
Ideal as a dessert wine or to enjoy by itself with friends.

 

Review:

Sweetly fragrant, the Recioto displays linzer torte and black cherry with notes of loam and bitter chocolate. It’s viscous and very densely flavored, finishing on a rich, sweet note.-International Wine Review 90 Points

 International Wine Review: 90
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- Wine Enthusiast (September 1st 2015), 91 pts

 Wine Advocate: 91 Wine Enthusiast: 91 Wine Spectator: 91
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Abeja Syrah Walla Walla Valley 2016

Complex and compelling, this estate-grown Syrah sends up smoky notes of cured meat, nougat and caramel. Black cherry fruit anchors the barrel notes, and it just gets more and more delicious as it winds its way across the palate. This demonstrates classy winemaking and perfect balance.

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