Serego Alighieri Vaio Armaron. Masi. Italy


This estate was bought in 1353 by the son of Dante “Divine Comedy” Alighieri, and is still owned by his descendants; Masi lend their winemaking expertise. Cool vineyards near the Lake Garda give wonderful richness and clarity to the flavours. This is the icon wine of the historic Serego Alighieri estate and comes from the eponymous vineyard, the source it seems of the very name Amarone itself. The Vaio Armaron vineyard at Gargagnago belongs to the counts Serego Alighieri.

Serego Alighieri Vaio Armaron. Masi. Italy

  • Product Type  Red Wines
  • Country  Italy
  • Region  Veneto
  • Appellation : Amarone della Valpolicella Classico
  • Producer:  Serego Alighieri
  • Vintage:  2012
  • Alcohol:  15.5%
  • Grape Varieties:  65% Corvina, 20% Rondinella, 15% Molinara
  • Closure:  Cork
  • Storage Life :  25-30 years


Concentrated and elegant on the nose, with hints of spices and sumptuous ripe red fruit. The velvety palate is dominated by the same notes, with added flavours of wild flowers and herbs. Dry on the finish with excellent length.

Perfect with red meat, game, quails, roasts and full-flavoured dishes.
Excellent match for mature cheeses with bite, such as parmesan or pecorino. Also fabulous after-dinner wine.


European Red Wines, Italian Red Wines, Red Wines

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