Brolo delle Giare Riserva Amarone della Valpolicella Valpantena 2013


The Brolo delle Giare Amarone boasts a deep garnet red hue and a bouquet brimming with black cherries soaked in alcohol, graphite, and chocolate notes. This wine is characterized by its outstanding freshness, robust yet velvety tannins.

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Wine style

Red wine




Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella


Amarone della Valpolicella D.O.C.G.

Taste profile

Rich and complex

Food pairing

Stews with a sweet tinge







Introducing the exceptional Brolo delle Giare Riserva Amarone della Valpolicella Valpantena 2013 by Tezza. This exquisite wine is crafted from 80% Corvina, 15% Rondinella, and 5% Oseleta grapes sourced from the Valpantena region (Verona). The vineyards are situated on limestone-rich soils abundant in organic matter and high in potassium, calcium, and magnesium. The grapes are cultivated using the Guyot and Pergola Inclinata Veronese methods. Harvest takes place in September, with only the finest grapes carefully selected. The grapes are then destemmed, pressed, and fermented with selected yeasts at a temperature of 20°C in stainless steel tanks. The drying process occurs in special rooms with low temperatures and controlled humidity. The wine then matures for 72 months in the winery’s cellars.

The Brolo delle Giare Amarone boasts a dark garnet red color and a bouquet of black cherries in alcohol, graphite, and chocolate. The wine is characterized by its excellent freshness, firm and velvety tannins. Serve this wine at 17°C alongside roasted and grilled red meats, cured meats, and aged cheeses.


Decanter Gold with 95 points for the 2013 vintage
Falstaff with 94 points (2013 vintage): “Powerful, dense ruby red. Very compact and expressive nose with notes of ripe plums and figs, dried porcini mushrooms in the background. Full and dense in the mouth, lots of ripe berry fruit, opens with grippy tannins, strong finish.”
Winehunter Award for the 2013 vintage

Product specifications

Region:  Veneto

Vintage:  2013

Wine style: Red wine

Grapes: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella

Alcohol: 16,5%

Volume: 750 ml

Winery: Tezza

Appelation: Amarone della Valpolicella D.O.C.G.

  Drinkable from 2021 till 2035

Serve: 17 °C

  Food pairing: Stews with a sweet tinge

  Shipment: In stock

Food pairing

The Brolo delle Giare Riserva Amarone della Valpolicella Valpantena 2013 is an elegant and complex wine with a rich taste experience. The bouquet of black cherries in alcohol, graphite, and chocolate harmoniously meld together in this dark garnet red wine. The excellent freshness and firm, velvety tannins create a balanced and refined flavor profile.

This wine is ideal for pairing with various dishes. Savor the delightful combination with roasted and grilled red meats, such as a juicy ribeye or a flavorful leg of lamb. The wine is also an excellent choice for fine cured meats like prosciutto or salami and pairs perfectly with aged cheeses like Parmesan, Gouda, or a spicy blue cheese.

For a more daring food pairing, serve this wine with Risotto all’Amarone, a rich and flavorful risotto prepared with the same Amarone wine. This dish accentuates the complexity and depth of the wine, while the firm tannins complement the creamy texture of the risotto.

Serve the Brolo delle Giare Riserva Amarone della Valpolicella Valpantena 2013 at an ideal temperature of 17°C (63°F) to fully appreciate its taste and aroma.

The winery

Since 1998, the cousins Flavio, Vanio, and Federico have been running Tezza’s vineyards. The Tezza family has been producing wines for three generations and is immersed in the wine traditions of the Valpantena and Valpolicella regions.

Founded in 1960, the Tezza winery is an example of a short production chain that guarantees authenticity, transparency, and excellence. Every step of the winemaking process is traceable, from planting the vines in the family vineyards to bottling the wine. The wines are exported worldwide and express the dedication, care, and energy that the three cousins have shown as winemakers since 1998.

Tezza’s vineyards cover 28 hectares in Valpantena, in the hamlets of Poiano, Nesente, and Sezano. They are grown according to the strictest EU organic standards, without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or conventional pesticides. Tezza can thus produce organic, balanced, and elegant wines.

Corvina, Rondinella, and Oseleta are the native grape varieties that thrive on the limestone and gravelly soils of Valpantena. The grapes have their roots in the history of the area and give wines with a perfect balance between alcohol and acidity, and sweet and soft tannins.

Drying the grapes is a fundamental step in the production of Amarone and Recioto. Drying takes place in the drying rooms under optimal humidity and temperature conditions. Tezza’s cellar is equipped with a new drying room with controlled temperature and humidity.

Aging in barrels is essential for the development of the wine. The wines age in French and Slavonian oak barrels of 750 liters and French oak barriques of 225 liters. Next to the barriques is the historic Tezza cellar, where only the best bottles and vintages are stored.

The fermentation of Tezza wines takes place in large stainless steel tanks with modern systems that use automatic temperature control. The steel is flanked in the inner part of the cellar by historic concrete tanks, which guarantee a constant temperature throughout the year.


Veneto is a region in northeastern Italy that offers a diverse range of landscapes and natural environments. The region is home to the Dolomite Mountains, which offer some of the most stunning scenery in Italy, including jagged peaks, deep valleys, and pristine alpine lakes.

In addition to the mountains, Veneto is also home to a number of beautiful beaches along the Adriatic Sea, including the popular resorts of Jesolo, Caorle, and Bibione. The beaches offer soft sand, clear water, and plenty of opportunities for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports.

Veneto is also home to several national parks and nature reserves, including the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park, which offers hiking trails, cycling paths, and skiing opportunities in the winter months. The Po Delta Regional Park, located in the southern part of the region, is a unique wetland area that is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including rare bird species.

In the countryside, visitors can explore the rolling hills and vineyards of the Veneto wine region, where they can sample some of the region’s famous wines and enjoy the beautiful scenery. The region is also known for its stunning gardens, including the famous Villa Barbaro garden in Maser and the Giardino Giusti in Verona.

Overall, Veneto offers a rich and diverse natural environment, with something to offer for every nature lover. Whether you enjoy mountains, beaches, wetlands, or vineyards, Veneto has plenty to offer.