Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

The Tommasi family’s Classic wine par excellence. Its elegance and structure, roundedness and complexity make this wine truly unique.

We dare say this is the Amarone that you can open and enjoy at a meal without feeling overwhelmed. Elegant, smooth and never overpowering: these are the hallmark traits of our flagship wine.

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2017James Suckling93/100
2017Wine Advocate91/100
2017Wine Spectator91/100
2016James Suckling94/100
2016Wine & Spirits92/100
2015Wine & Spirits92/100
2015James Suckling92/100
2015Natalie Maclean95/100
2013Wine Spectator91/100
2013James Suckling94/100

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One of the more frequent questions we’re asked is, “How do I justify opening a bottle of Amarone when we can barely drink one glass?” We dare say this is the Amarone that you can open and enjoy at a meal without feeling overwhelmed. Elegant, smooth and never overpowering: these are the hallmark traits of our flagship wine. Every vintage offers nuances that develop over time, which is why we suggest that serious enophiles invest in more than one bottle. The more disciplined collector can enjoy the reward of a memorable vertical tasting, in a few years or decades. We take a traditional approach to our Amarone which favors elegance and balance. Spicy, earthy, and moka undertones complement a persistent bouquet of succulent black cherries, prunes and dried fruits. The grapes come from two of the choicest plots in the Valpolicella Classica region.



2013 | 2015 | 2016

Tasting Note

Very intense ruby red color, the nose reveals intense and clean scents of very ripe cherry, black cherry, wild berries followed by fresh and slightly spicy tones. In the mouth it is dry and soft at the same time, enveloping and of great balance thanks to the excellent balance between acidity and tannins. The whole tasting is embellished with a very pleasant tannic texture, which fades towards a finish of excellent persistence, with light hints of red fruit.

Serving Suggestions

Its elegance and structure make it perfect with game, red meats or mature cheeses. It is also an ideal accompaniment for lengthy conversations.


From the prestigious La Groletta and Conca d’Oro crus, in the hilly Valpolicella Classica zone.


Corvina 50%, Corvinone 30%, Rondinella 15%, Oseleta 5%

Vinification and Maturation

Manual harvest and selection of the grapes, followed by drying for about 3 months in a well-ventilated loft. Fermentation in stainless steel for 25 days at 25°-30°C. 3 years’ maturation in 35 and 65 hl Slavonian oak casks.


15% by vol.

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The selected grapes are placed onto traditional Arele and then left to rest for minimum 110 days in a large dedicated open room, where a ventilation system mantains an elevated and constant air flow. During this period the grapes are constantly checked since we want to keep them perfectly healthy, without any mildew.


La Groletta Vineyard
La Groletta Vineyard has always stood as a symbol of the Valpolicella Classica area. La Groletta grapes are the extraordinary result of the meeting of two great personalities: the hill of La Grola and the Valpolicella’s indigenous varieties. The excellent exposure of the vineyard, which enjoy the sun’s warm rays and the cool breezes that come from nearby Lake Garda, allows the grapes to produce their very best.
The wines from La Groletta are notable for their bold structure. It is usually quite direct, frank and masculine, and well-suited to aging in bottle. These soils are ideal for the activation of typical aromatic aromas, where the strength of the fruit and darker spice prevail.

Conca d’Oro Vineyard
Soil with a high fossil content indicate the presence of active limestone, which is thought to contribute to wine quality. This vineyard is therefore considered to be very prestigious. The presence of limestone in soil plays an essential role in enriching the fragrance, finesse and elegance of wines, helping to bring out distinctly floral aromas. It can
also enhance flavors on the palate, helping the wine to maintain a sense of crisp and crunchy fruit. The wines from this vineyard tend to be long-lived and can improve significantly with aging. They also offer great structure and complexity.

Tommasi Naturae

Sustainable Winegrowing


La Groletta is under conversion to be certified organic.


– We do not use products of animal origin or containing allergens in the wine production process.
– Optimization of the use of resources and management of the cellar.
– We employ procedures that allow us to work in full respect of the environment, avoiding waste and always recycling when possible.


– Organic corks with FSC certification
– Label: FSC certified paper
– Cardboard: recycled paper

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2013, 2015, 2016

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