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Boscaini Ca de Loi Amarone 1993

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A deep, rich purple-red colour with a powerful perfume of fruits and spices. The intense, mouth-filling flavours are initially fruity but finish with a long austerity. This is majestic, yet delicate Amarone, both authoritative and velvety, a wine that clearly demonstrates its soft tannic structure and drinkability early on. It also has potential to age for 20-25 years.

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Paolo Boscaini

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Paolo Boscaini, Veneto, Italy
The viticultural history of the Boscaini family began long ago, in 1772, and proceeded at the same pace as the evolution of Veronese viticulture. From the original vineyard and cantina in the hills of Torbe in Valpolicella, the family has continued to acquire vineyards and today the family owns or manages 140 hectares of prime vineyards in the classico zones of the Triveneto. The Boscaini winery is specialized in the production of high quality wines from this region, and works with both indigenous and international grape varieties.    Dario Boscaini is a man of the soil. The Boscaini concept is simple yet profound. Great wine can only come from great vineyards. This is the principle upon which the Boscaini family has been buying and selecting land for over 200 years. True to the family philosophy, Dario Boscaini began selecting vineyards from the most renowned viticultural areas known as "microareas" over 30 years ago, with the intent of producing top-quality, unique wines.
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