Giuseppe Quintarelli "Amabile del Cere" Passito Bianco IGT 2007 [375mL HALF-BOTTLE] (Veneto, Italy)

Giuseppe Quintarelli "Amabile del Cere" Passito Bianco IGT 2007 [375mL HALF-BOTTLE]
(Veneto, Italy)


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About the Winery:
The late, great Maestro del Veneto, Giuseppe Quintarelli, fondly known as “Bepi” to those closest to him, was a perfectionist in every way. From the beautiful handwritten labels, to the best possible quality cork, to the exquisite wine in the bottles, the Quintarelli name is a stamp of authenticity and the ultimate indication of an artisanal, handmade, uncompromising wine of the highest quality. Over the course of an amazing sixty-year career, he succeeded in establishing his legendary estate. Today, the winery continues under the guidance of grandsons Francesco and Lorenzo, still producing artisanal, handmade, uncompromising wines of the highest quality. 

Quintarelli is considered the father of Amarone, with an ancient history that dates back to the early 1900s in Negrar, the epicenter of Valpolicella, where between 12 hectares of vineyards and with the utmost respect for tradition, about 50,000 bottles a year are produced. The property grows Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, plus small amounts of Sangiovese, Oseleta, Croatina and Saorin, the latter an ancient local white variety that they are looking to propagate with the help of the local nursery. The average age of the vines is roughly 25 years old, resulting from the combination of recently planted young vineyards that are only 7-8 years old and others that are about fifty years old.

About This Wine:
Italy's equivalent of Chateau d'Yquem, this incarnation of their famous 'Bandito' dessert wine celebrated its tenth birthday in Quintarelli's cellar prior to release. If you want to give something truly special and one of a kind gift to a wine lover who has it all, look no further. - Dixon Brooke