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Sartori Amarone 2008

88 Points – Wine Enthusiast
Monica Larner, December 2012
“Sartori is one of Valpolicella’s most important wineries thanks to its focused dedication to local winemaking traditions. This is not as thick or sweet as others. In fact, it shows an elegant, understated quality, with bright cherry and spice of overtones.”

Valpolicella Classico Superiore 2006

89 Points – Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Antonio Galloni, February 2011
“A gorgeous poised red laced with beautifully nuanced fruit and expressive aromatics. A feminine, gracious Valpolicella, it is best enjoyed in its vinous, vibrant youth.”

87 Points – Editors’ Choice – Wine Enthusiast
Monica Larner, February 2011
“A well-priced Valpolicella with more intensity and density than you’d expect. In fact, the wine offers determination and personality with enough natural extraction to pair with bean soup or barbecued hamburgers.”

Regolo 2008

88 Points – Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Antonio Galloni, February 2012
“The 2008 Regolo is an attractive entry-level wine from Sartori. Vinification with the ripasso method gives the Regolo an additional measure of textural depth that is quite appealing. Juicy red berries, flowers and spices flesh out on the finish. The Regolo is essentially a Valpolicella, even though it isn’t identified as such.”

Ferdi 2009

89 Points – Top Value – Recommended – Wine Spectator
Alison Napjus, October 2011
“Sartori’s spiced white made from Garganega offers solid value.”

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