3 Bottles of Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico Tommasi
3 bottles of Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico Tommasi, 750 ml 2015.
Tommasi Amarone is producer from the four Valpolicella grape varieties (Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Oseleta), which are cultivated high on hillside terraces. The modern guyot high density method of training the vines is used, and only the best and most mature clusters are selected for Amarone. The grapes are placed directly onto small open racks and brought to an open sided building where they are dried by the cool breezes of autumn and winter until the following January.
Origin: Hillside vineyard in the historical Valpolicella Classica zone: La Groletta and Conca d’Oro
Grapes: Corvina Veronese 50%, Corvinone 15%, Rondinella 30%, Oseleta 5%
Alcohol: 15 % vol.
Vinification: The grapes are dried for 3 months prior to being pressed, and then the wine is aged for 3 years in Slavonian Oak barrels of 35 hectoliters.
Tasting Notes: Deep ruby red color with garnet shades. Warm, ripe on the nose, intense and of great refinement. The taste is complex, smooth, full bodied, lots of cherry notes and plum.
Recommended with: Red meats, game and ripe cheeses.
Service Temperature: 18/20°C.
The Corporation has been working since 2008 in favor of the child population in a situation of vulnerability and high social risk within the Comuna 13 of Medellin, doing prevention work and re-socialization through sport to guarantee a good physical, mental, social and spiritual training that allows the children a good formation of personality, character and values, so as to distance them from armed groups, from drugs and prostitution.
We have with us about 150 children and young people who train from Monday to Saturday at different times.
- generate thanks to sport a social and football impact in Comuna 13
- create positive behavior in children and young people
- to promote union and good coexistence in our children and young people with their families and community companions
- ensuring good learning and behavior