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Tedeschi 'Marne 180' Amarone della Valpolicella, Veneto, Italy
94 Points

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Region: Veneto Valpolicella
Vintage: 2015
BC: $59.0

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WineScores' Review

Supple, singular, fresh.
With four centuries of family winemaking and pioneering in the Valpolicella region, the Tedeschi family does not simply carry on with tradition, they continue to research and focus on vine, vineyard sites, climate, exposure and training systems. The results can be enjoyed in the resulting wines.
Grown on marne (marl) soils, clay-limestone with a strong rocky structure, from 20-year-old vines planted on the hills of Mezzane and Tregnago, the Marne 180 is a mosaic blend: 35% Corvina, 35% Corvinone, 20% Rondinella and a 10% mix oc Rossignola, Oseleta, Negrara, Dindarella.
Take a deep dive into dried cherry, vanilla, coffee liqueur, soy sauce, balsamic and dark chocolate aromas. The palate is supple with cherry, prune, balsamic and spice. It's a succulent wine with excellent freshness despite notable maturity.

Recommended Pairings
Rich Meats , Barbeque, Good First Impressions, Cellar Keepers

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Wine Scores reviewed - 2020-09-23 21:45:00.0


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