Giuseppe Quintarelli Rosso del Bepi 2010
The Quintarelli family only produces their epic Amarone wines in what they feel to be truly exceptional vintages; in what might be considered 'normal' vintages, said fruit is declassified and bottled as 'Rosso del Bepi.' (In 'less than good' vintages, no wines of this style are produced.) So, in effect, this is Amarone in all but name, made exactly the same way and with the same dedication to quality, making the relative value to be found in a rock solid vintage like 2010 pretty darn gob smacking! A blend of 55% Corvina and Corvinone, 30% Rondinella, and a medley of Cabernet Sauvignon, Nebbiolo, Croatina and Sangiovese, the attention to detail along the way is staggering, and the end result is sublime. For all its concentration and intensity, the Bepi is never heavy, retaining remarkably purity and focus; dense and dark with ethereal notes of liqueur cherries, brambles, hedgerows and wild flowers with high notes of flinty, crushed stone. Vibrating acidity and bristling tannins will ensure this wine a long life, at the moment it is just pure, unadulterated hedonism.
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