Ruby red in colour tending to garnet, with a full bouquet where the notes of fermented cherry are accompanied by noticeable hints of spices, cocoa and chocolate. A wine of great intensity, full-bodied and impressively elegant on the palate. The mellow but evident tannins blend in an exceptionally lingering aftertaste.
Gerardo Cesari is a wine estate founded in 1936 in the Veneto region of Italy. It is known for its traditional DOC and varietal IGT wines from the region, and in the 1970s, Cesari Amarone was one of the first to reach all five continents. Since then, the winery has aimed to maintain a presence around the world. The estate comprises 100 hectares (247 acres) of land in Valpolicella and Lugana. This includes the Bosan, Il Bosco, Jèma and Cento Filari vineyards, which are all intended for top quality production. Owner and winemaker Franco Cesari, the son of founder Gerardo Cesari, oversees every phase of the growing and winemaking process for these top vineyards.