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originally posted by: Bhadhidar
1974 Heitz Cellars Martha's Vineyard.
originally posted by: verschickter
a reply to: ATF1886
Not saying EVERY wine from california but those that have to much sugar and in the end to much alcohol are treated that way. Saw that on TV years ago and EU tried making laws so they can not be imported as wine (because it is not god damned )
-unfiltrated of course ^^
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: toepick
I'm sure it would still be drinkable, that vineyard ages well. I have opened older wines than that from Italy and France and they were spectacular, it all depends on the vintage and how they were stored.
BTW, I saw those mattes to be from straw when I did my italy tour, not sure if it was bamboo.
To produce this unique Amarone, Masi combines ancient varieties (Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara) and winemaking methods (vinifying grapes semi-dried on racks for 3-4 months) with the latest techniques: bamboo racks in temperature- and humidity-controlled conditions induce natural drying;