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Romano Dal Forno "Amarone della Valpolicella" 2010

Amarone della Valpolicella

L’Amarone signé Romano dal Forno !

97/100 James Suckling
98/100 The Wine Advocate
95/100 Wine Spectator
99/100 International Wine Report

Bientôt épuisé reste 16

Caractéristiques

  • Pays
    Italie
  • Région
    Vénétie
  • Appellation
    Amarone della Valpolicella
  • Producteur
    Romano Dal Forno
  • Millésime
    2010
  • Couleur
    Rouge
  • Type de vin
    Sec
  • Format
    Bouteille de 75cl
  • Cépage(s)
    60% Corvina, 20% Rondinella, 10% Oseleta, 10% Croatina
  • Âge des vignes
    Manuelles
  • Vinification
    Fermentation dans des barriques pendant environ 50 jours

Dégustation et garde

  • Boire à partir de
    2020
  • Apogée
    2025-2040
  • Boire avant
    2045+
  • Conseil de service
    En carafe
  • Servir à
    17-18°

Description

Partons dans la Vénétie avec Romano Dal Forno, reconnu pour son Amarone de Valpolicella. Formé chez le Maître Quintarelli, il vinifie aujourd’hui en compagnie de ses 3 fils, Marc, Luc et Michaël. C’est avec son millésime 1983 que Romano s’inscrit en haut de l’affiche. Il est aujourd’hui une référence incontestable de la région.

Sur ce millésime 2010, on trouve une robe rubis très profonde. Les larmes épaisses et nombreuses coulent le long du verre lentement. Le nez est un panier de fruits noirs très mûrs avec des fruits secs, des épices fortes et un boisé très fin. L’intensité est très impressionnante qui ne contraste pas avec une bouche très charnue mais surtout très sensuelle. La richesse du fruit est superbe pour terminer sur des tanins affirmés qui n’avortent pas une longueur en bouche hallucinante !

Très certainement l'un des plus grands vins italiens !

Suggestion gourmande

Pavé de chevreuil aux cacao et gratin dauphinois !

Avis des experts

  • 97 100
    James Suckling
    "Aromas of roses and other flowers with a deep fruit intensity. Full-bodied, dense and ultra-fine with a beautiful texture. Lots of new wood now but this will amalgamate with time into the wine. Fabulous potential. Drink or hold."
  • 98 100
    The Wine Advocate
    "This is a deeply communicative and articulate wine that boasts immense power and persistence. The 2010 Amarone della Valpolicella Monte Lodoletta is a creation of enormous beauty and unflinching intensity. The wine speaks at loud volumes with black cherry, spice, tarry smoke, barbecue marinade and grilled rosemary. Those balsam notes add length and continuity to the bouquet. In the mouth, the wine is complete and penetrating. It wraps thickly over the palate to soothe and entice your taste buds. Yet there is enough crispness to keep it from feeling cloying or too heavy. There is a point of tannic astringency on the finish that will accompany this wine over the next decade of its aging evolution. For that reason, it's best to wait before popping the cork on this memorable vinous experience."
  • 95 100
    Wine Spectator
    "Like a gymnast, this focused red shows both power and grace. Finely meshed flavors of blackberry puree, fig cake and Earl Grey tea leaf are framed by refined, dusty tannins, with a lasting finish expands on the palate with spice and smoky mineral details. Drink now through 2030. 450 cases imported."
  • 99 100
    International Wine Report
    "The 2010 Amarone della Valpolicella from Dal Forno is a truly majestic wine and may ultimately be one of the most successful wines to ever come from this iconic estate in Val D’Illasi. When it comes to Amarone, Dal Forno is a benchmark, using traditional methods in the vineyard, and modern techniques in the cellar to achieve the highest quality. Dal Forno only selects the finest bunches, in this vintage the Amarone includes 60% Corvina, 20% Rondinella, 10% Croatina, 10% Oseleta. The selected grapes are then placed in plastic plateaux and are then left to rest for 90 days in large open rooms, where an innovative ventilation system helps maintain an elevated and thorough air flow. The fruit, which still contains some residual sugar, is then placed into new barriques, where it begins a slow fermentation process, which will last for a further 18 months. The total amount of time that it remains in the barriques is 36 months. The end result is an absolutely stunning wine, which flirts with the limits of perfection as it displays a pitch dark color and offers seductive and incredibly complex aromatics of black cherries, blackberries, ripe mission figs, black winter truffles, dark chocolate, violets with traces of leather and tobacco all taking shape. While the aromatics are intoxicating, the most impressive feature in this full-bodied red is its remarkable balance and structure. This possesses a gorgeous velvety, polished texture and awe-inspiring depth and concentration, which is backed by core of underlying minerality resulting in the perfect median between raw power and sheer class. Everything comes together seamlessly on the long, multidimensional finish, which lingers on, leaving a lasting impression. While this is already completely fascinating, patience will be a virtue, as this age-worthy Amarone will thrive in the cellar for decades to come."