Dal Forno’s 2003 Amarone is a joy to taste. Today it is surprisingly much more accessible than the Valpolicella in this vintage. Inviting aromatics lead to a sumptuous expression of dark fruit, bitter chocolate, minerals, licorice, tar and smoke. The wine possesses stunning depth and a finish that lasts forever. A few years of bottle age will allow the wine to acquire additional complexity, but this remains one of the more accessible Amarones (in relative terms) that Dal Forno has made in the recent past. According to Dal Forno, the 2003 Amarone has a touch more residual sugar than is the norm here (owing to the hot vintage), which is the main reason the wine remains relatively accessible.
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Qvevri wine was almost nonexistent in Turkey when I last visited this new wine country four years ago. Today, a star is born! En-vogue German Winemaker Udo Hirsch (known as the "Crazy German) is pursuing Turkey’s first ever qvevri (Küp in Turkish) wine, a
Forbes - All The Reasons To Drink Turkish Wine
By Susan H. Gordon
“I’m not Turkish,” said Momofuku Ssam Bar wine director Nicole Hakli at the first Borderless Wine Symposium, held in downtown Manhattan earlier this week, about her own borderlessness. She was here to talk about the wines of Turkey, wh