Corte Brà 2011 Amarone della Valpolicella Sartori
Corte Brà by Sartori is an Amarone della Valpolicella produced in Veneto. It presents with an intense red color reflected and a scent of fruity jam. The flavor is intense, savory, and is excellent to combine with recipes prepared with tasty meats and long-seasoned cheeses
- Amarone Corte Brà
- Vino rosso
- Production area
- In temperature-controlled steel tanks It extends for about 30 days to allow the total development of the high gradation of the wine
- Aging of wine
- After a first evolution in cement for some months in order to allow the malolactic fermentation to take place, the aging in small and medium-sized oak barrels for at least 4 years begins. After bottling the wine rests for at least 6 months in the bottle
- Si accompagna a tutte le ricette elaborate con carni saporite e con formaggi di lunga stagionatura
- 0,75 l.
- Intense red with light garnet reflections tending to brick with aging
- Characteristic with flavors of red fruit jam and spicy notes
HISTORY AND COMPANY
Today Sartori is a successful company with an international vocation, which achieves over 80% of its turnover in more than 50 countries: all over Europe, in North and South America, in Russia, in South East Asia. That motto "of Verona" and the proud presence of Cangrande della Scala that stand out on the logo, certify the deep and indissoluble bond with the places, the history, the beauty and the elegance of one of the most visited cities in the world. Sartori, as they like to say in the company, has always fought for Verona, working exclusively on classic Veronese wines: Valpolicella, Soave, Bardolino, Bardolino Chiaretto, reinterpreted in an elegant and personalized way, to adapt them to the tastes of consumers in the four corners of the world, thanks to dedicated oenological journeys and, above all, to the work done by master blenders and an international team of oenologists. The labels on which the company nowadays are Regolo Valpolicella Superiore DOC Ripasso and Marani Bianco Veronese IGT, very representative brand wines of the Sartori bouquet. With these two wines Sartori works on the boundaries of the disciplinary, always using varietals and vines of Verona, but with the freest hand to create a style and a recognizable characteristic that the company would like one day to be a direct expression of its elegant style of his identity as a winemaker. Behind such a wide and "solid" range there are continuous updates in the management of the vineyards, in the plants and in the production methods. Then there are the quality certifications that examine every micro-segment of the itinerary and reflect a truly exemplary care, dedication and preparation.
THE CHALLENGE OF BIOLOGICAL
If there is not much left to invent in terms of wine today, the company's programs are still many and ambitious commercially. One of the most exciting projects concerns the acquisition of Mont'Albano, a Friulian farm among the first to believe and invest in organic wine. Recognizing itself in this model of agriculture and seizing its potential, in 2008 Sartori embraced the philosophy of its founder Mauro Braidot, equipping it with the most innovative means to produce the classic wines of the Friuli Grave DOC area and, above all, grafting downstream of a totally productive process eco-friendly the disruptive force of marketing made in Sartori. Still in the organic field, Sartori is also a pioneer in Abruzzo, a land with such important viticultural potential, as little exploited, both in terms of production and image, of territorial marketing. In 2003, the company signed an agreement with the Cerulli Spinozzi Estate, with the aim of restoring momentum and value to the 53 hectares of native vines from which historic and fine wines from Southern Italy are produced, such as Montepulciano d ' Abruzzo, the Colline Teramane DOCG or the Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, labels that constitute a heritage of inestimable value for the culture and identity of those places.