Amarone della Valpolicella: it’s not an Italian racing bike, but judging from the price tag, it’s not your regular Valpolicella either.
What’s it made of, and what makes it different? Why is winter the time to splurge for this wine? Marcel will walk us through the charms of the darkly seductive Amarone.
Goes great with: hunting tweeds, braised beast, poached figs, intense aged cheeses.