is the expression of a territory and a symbol of the Valpolicella and Veneto region.

It is an original wine with its own identity, thanks to its history, characteristics, indigenous grape varieties and production methods using dried grapes.

It is now threatened by overproduction, without regard for those areas which are most suitable for the production of Amarone, and using only the minimum production standards set out in the official regulations, with a consequent decrease in quality.

It has recently been subjected to sales strategies from large scale distribution channels, above all, which squeeze prices and force producers to sacrifice quality.

is the product of specific know-how developed by historic and dedicated Amarone producers in the Valpolicella region with a solid tradition in winemaking.

L’Amarone d’Arte is produced with artisanal dedication, and requires: the exclusive use of the best positioned vineyards, superior viticultural techniques, precise bunch selection during harvesting, prolonged drying periods (appassimento) for the grapes, and ageing in high quality barrels.

L’Amarone d’Arte is a wine of great value. Its quality is recognized in both the price it commands and its prestigious image on international markets.

L’Amarone d’Arte is an ambassador of “Made in Italy” in the world, as its individuality is recognized in its high quality and unique characteristics.

are the guardians of tradition for this great wine, exploiting invaluable experience reaped over years of producing Amarone. They influence the success of Amarone on international markets with their commitment to quality and innovation and their presence on these markets.

Amarone Families adopt a rigid voluntary production code, guaranteeing high levels of quality and retaining the noble characteristics of the wine.

Amarone Families d’Arte stick an exclusive and distinctive hologram on all bottles of their Amarone, making them more recognizable and guaranteeing the authenticity and high quality of the wine.

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