Grappa di Amarone di Falezze is the highest expression of the excellence of Italian craftsmanship. To show it off to its best advantage, Luca Anslemi has launched the Grappa di Amarone Le SessantaDue Dogaresse project, an artistic collection of just 62 500 ml bottles per year, each with a different label, hand painted by Sofia Kherkeladze. This Amarone grappa is obtained from the quality grapes of the Falezze estate, which are dried for the production of Amarone della Valpolicella. After delicate pressing, they are sent to Mastro Carlo Gobetti, an artisan distillery that goes back five generations. Ever since 1836, their distillates are the result of total dedication and the refinement of their distillation techniques. After three years of ageing, Grappa Amarone di Falezze is ready for bottling.
“I think of my wine as a work of art. A work created by the sensations it conveys and perfectly reflecting the landscape from which it emerges.”
Exclusive numbered edition with a different subject for each bottle
Grapes grown for three generations, with natural drying, or appassimento modellato
A brief appassimento, or natural drying, with ageing in French oak tonneaux
in the Falezze area
Le SessantaDue Dogaresse, an artistic collection of 62 bottles