2007 Zenato Amarone della Valpolicella Classico
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124 Ratings
2007 Zenato Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

Winemaker's Notes

Ruby red in color with intoxicating aromas of dried black cherry, cassis, truffles, chocolate fudge and tar. This wine is silky, luscious and complex, with a lingering finish, and pairs perfectly with hearty game stews, roasted meats and mature cheeses.

"Ruby-red in color with intoxicating aromas of dried black cherry, cassis, truffles, chocolate fudge and tar. One of the most exciting wines on the market, this wine is luscious and complex, with a lingering finish, and pairs perfectly with hearty, roasted meats, game and mature cheeses." -Importer

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Ruby red in color with intoxicating aromas of dried black cherry, cassis, truffles, chocolate fudge and tar. This wine is silky, luscious and complex, with a lingering finish, and pairs perfectly with hearty game stews, roasted meats and mature cheeses.

"Ruby-red in color with intoxicating aromas of dried black cherry, cassis, truffles, chocolate fudge and tar. One of the most exciting wines on the market, this wine is luscious and complex, with a lingering finish, and pairs perfectly with hearty, roasted meats, game and mature cheeses." -Importer

Expert Reviews
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  • Wine & Spirits
    (From 2004 Vintage) I tasted two Amarones from Zenato. Both were outstanding, but I had a slight preference for the 1998 Amarone over the more expensive 1997 Amarone Riserva Sergio Zenato. The former has more fruit. Aged three months in stainless steel and nearly 30 months in a combination of small barrels and larger foudres, it was reminiscent of a French southern Rhocirc;ne. Dense ruby/purple-colored with a big, spicy, peppery nose revealing hints of truffles, dried black cherries, and melted asphalt, this full-bodied, muscular, chewy Amarone possesses well integrated acidity as well as ripe tannin. This pedal to the metal wine cuts a large swath across the palate. It is capable of lasting, possibly improving, for a decade.
  • Robert Parker
    (From 1998 Vintage) "I had tasted two Amarones from Zenato. Both were outstanding, but I had a slight preference for the 1998 Amarone over the more expensive 1997 Amarone Riserva Sergio Zenato. The former had more fruit. Aged three months in stainless steel and nearly 30 months in a combination of small barrels and larger foudres, it was reminiscent of a French southern Rhone. Dense ruby/purple-colored with a big, spicy, peppery nose revealing hints of truffles, dried black cherries, and melted asphalt, this ful...
  • Wine Advocate
    (From 1997 Vintage) Rating: 90/100 - As reviewed in Wine Advocate # 144 on Dec-02
  • Robert Parker
    (From 2009 Vintage) Rating: 93/100 - As reviewed by Robert Parker on 10/07/2013