Cesari Amarone 750ml
About the Producer: Gerardo Cesari S.p.A.
Gerardo Cesari is a winery founded in 1936 in the Italian region of Veneto. It is known for its traditional DOC wines and IGT varietals from the region and, in the 1970s, Cesari Amarone was one of the first to reach five continents. Since then, the winery has strived to maintain its presence around the world. Owner and winemaker Franco Cesari, son of founder Gerardo Cesari, manages the property. The property covers approximately 100 hectares (247 acres) of land in Valpolicella and Lugano. This includes the vineyards of Bossan, Il Bosco, Jema and Cento Filari, which are dedicated to the production of high quality wines. The Bossan vineyard in Valpolicella is 80 percent planted with Corvina and 20 percent with Rondinella and is the best Gerardo Cesari wine, Amarone. Bossan. The site covers ten hectares (25 acres) of vineyards cultivated according to the Pergola Veronese system. The grapes for this wine are dried for four to five months and, after vinification, age both in barrels and bottles. Another example is Sento Filari, a ten-hectare site located between the villages of Peschiera del Garda and Pozzolengo, near Lake Garda. The vineyard stands out for being planted with the local white turbian. In 2014, the shareholding control of the company was purchased by the regional cooperative (and an important national player) Kaviro. In 2019, Cesari received €20 million for the construction and modernization of cellars and storage facilities at its second facility in Fumana in the Valpolicella Classico region. The original Cesari company was headquartered near the town of Cavaillon Veronese, 20 km (12 miles) northwest. Verona, on the southeast coast of Lake Garda. Fuman is located 15 km (nine miles) east of Cavaillon Veronese.
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