Type: Red Wine Volume: 750ml
Country: Italy Region: Veneto
Ratings and Tasting Notes:
AG90 Masses of red and blue florals mix with hints of mint and wild berries to create a lifted and inviting bouquet on the 2013 Valpolicella Classico Superiore. It’s soft in feel and more savory than sweet, with a pure display of tart cherries and spices coasting across a core of salty acids and minerals. The 2013 has the energy to burn, remaining juicy and spry, while tapering off to wild herbal notes and sour red fruits. While I don’t see this vintage as one to forget in the cellar, there’s certainly a lot of pleasure to be found here over the short term. The Quintarelli Valpolicella is produced from half fresh-harvested and half air-dried fruit that is matured for six years in a cask prior to release.
From Vivino: Avg 4.5/5
Benjamin rated this wine: Where the legendary winery starts showing its star power. Fresh and dried grapes, Slovenian oak, soft red cherries, red fruits, peppercorn, spices, wonderful acidity, and long finish.
Faruk rated this wine: Spicy on the nose, elegant, black pepper, dry fruits 4.3
Mihaila rated this wine: As expected...really a great wine...