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And I think bulgogi screams for amarone (well, bulgogi is similar to braised beef in some ways, no?), but that might just be me.
Note: Amaro is not the same as amaretto, an almond-flavored liqueur; and has nothing to do with amarone, a type of wine from the Veneto.
Like all four of the Rinaldi children, she spent a full year working side by side with her father, head winemaker Rinaldo Rinaldi, learning about the traditions of winemaking at Villa Rinaldi and specifically, what goes into the artisanal production of classic method spumante and amarone wines, before taking a role in the family business.
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For a German Christmas dinner of roast goose, a big, powerful Italian amarone.
It goes down even better with a glass of amarone grappa ($15), plucked from a vast selection of Italian digestifs that Mr. Mameli has compiled on his succinct yet wide-ranging single-page wine list.
This is really a junior amarone, not a "ripasso" wine where the pressings from amarone wine production are added back or "repassed" to regular Valipolicella wine to beef it up.
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