Amarone is a noble wine produced with the best bunches hand-picked and then laid flat in special wooden boxes for a 4-month drying process. Thanks to this method, the grapes increase their sugar concentration by 25-30%. Between December and January, the grapes are crushed and then the fermentation starts. After 15-20 days the must is transferred into stainless steel tanks. Once the malolactic fermentation is completed, the wine matures in small oak barrels for 18-24 months before bottling.