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The best amarone wines

That is of course a question of personal taste. Amarone has over a few decades become an immensely popular wine, especially in northern countries. It is almost a bit anachronistic, this massive, compact, intense wine in an era when most tendencies go towards lower alcohol.

Our contributor Stuart George went to Valpolicella in Veneto, amarone country, and tasted a wide range of wines.

We present you with his selection of the very best wines and producers. Including some surprises in this article by Stuart George: Tasting Amarone, a selection of excellent producers

Villa Bellini in Valpolicella

Villa Bellini in Valpolicella, Valpolicella Veneto, Italy, copyright BKWine Photography

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