One of Italy's most famous wines, Amarone is made by the centuries old technique of allowing the grapes of the Veneto region to semi-dry in the sun before they are pressed. Pasqua Famiglia is a stunning rendition of the varietal with all of those concentrated, dark fruit flavours out in force. An excellent choice for those looking for something a bit special.
Kerin O'Keefe, Wine Enthusiast writes "Inviting aromas of baked plum, fragrant blue flowers, camphor and cooking spices shape the nose. The smooth, savory palate features cassis, blackberry jam, star anise and nutmeg framed in polished, enveloping tannins."
The winery writes "On the palate it displays spicy tones that remind one of chocolate and freshly roasted coffee, as well as sweetish vanilla-like notes from its long maturation in wood. It is warm and well balanced, with gentle tannins and a long finish."