Ripasso Valpolicella Classico


Quite the interesting wine- It has a French earth component with a bouquet of clay, soil and a tinge of barnyard, but the texture is reminisent of  a light to moderate jammy Zinfandel that is semi dry with a slight hint of sweetness.  Ripasso is the method where the wine goes through a double fermentation process, the second time the wine sits with Amarone Pomace for several weeks to pick up extra depth; Quite the interesting ride.  Keep Drinking and Keep Believing.

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