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VinoUS Media Review
The 2012 Amarone della Valpolicella Mai Dire Mai is dark as night and seductive, presenting a display of ripe cherries, currants, sweet herbs, mocha and vanillin spice. It's silky, enveloping all that it touches in tart red and black berries, as notes of baker's chocolate and mint create a bitter yet lifted expression toward the close. There's formidable structure here, with plenty of primary fruits to match, throughout the long and dramatic finale. The Mai dire Mai is a single-vineyard expression from Montevegro that spends 24 months in a combination of new 225- and 500-liter barrels. Drink 2021-2030. (Eric Guido)
Wine Tasting Notes
This is an opulent and decadent wine. A wine of great concentration, loaded with layers of fruits, with great structure, power and finesse. It is still young but reveals its personality. On the nose, intense aromas of forest fruits, cherry under spirits, cedar, cocoa and hints of leather. On the palate is rich, fleshy and complex with layers of dark fruit, clove, hints of chocolate and mocha. It has complexity and freshness, thanks to a good level of acidity and tannins are firm and silky. Extremely balanced with long, lingering finish.