Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG


Tenuta Sant’Anna Amarone, the most prestigious appellation of Valpolicella, is elegant yet modern, with an intense and enveloping flavour. A brand new wine into the catalogue, the ideal choice for a special occasion.

Production Area:

The vines are grown on hilly and also terraced land at approximately 150 metres above sea level. The soil is limeclay, moderately alkaline and at times calcareous. It lies on marl that dates back to the Eocene era, meaning that stony soil containing fossils may be expected or even abundant. The soil is of average permeability and has a shallow capacity for holding water.

The grapes are harvested by hand following the careful selection of the bunches most suited to withering. Once placed on racks, they are left to rest in the drying room for at least three months. During this period, they lose, on average, approximately 40% of their weight. Crushing takes place at the beginning of February with the destemming of the grapes. Fermentation temperature ranges from 12° to 23°C. Slow maceration lasts for 30 days, 12 of which at low temperature. Manual punching-down is carried out three times a day and followed by malolactic fermentation.


COLOUR: Intense garnet red colour, dense and compact.
BOUQUET: Intense aromas of black fruits such as black cherry and blueberries. On the finish, notes of dried fruits and raisins.
PALATE: Full-bodied and softly elegant, with an intense and enveloping flavour.

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Additional information

Additional information


Tenuta Sant'Anna

Wine Type



Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella



Bottle Size




Alcohol Content



Aged in wood, 2 years; Aged in the bottle, 1 year

Serving temperature

18 – 20 °C


150m – 450m above sea level

Matching Food

Perfectly paired with game, mature cheeses, grilled and braised meats. Excellent as a meditation wine at the end of a meal.