Zenato Alanera Rosso 2020 750ml - Argonaut Wine & Liquor
Zenato Alanera Rosso 2020 750ml
SKU: 46750

Zenato Alanera Rosso 2020

  • we90
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Category Red Wine
Origin Italy, Veneto
Brand Zenato
Alcohol/vol 13.5%
Brilliant ruby in color, Alanera delights the senses with a variety of aromas and flavors that include fresh and dried cherries and prunes, sweet spice, and hints of coffee and tobacco. On the palate, Alanera is full-bodied with elegant and velvety tannins. Vibrant acidity brings balance and freshness, and supports a long and harmonious finish. Pair Zenato's Alanera with medium-aged cheeses, cured meats, meaty fish such as sea bass fillet with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, or with braised meats and stews.
Wine Enthusiast
  • we90

The wine has an intense nose of black, blue and red fruits with dried leaves, roasted coffee and baking spices all dancing together on the nose. The palate is lush with a deeper core of black plum, dark chocolate and savory herbs, finishing with fine tannins and a pop of acidity.

September 1, 2023
  • v89

A savory blend of black cherries, extra dark chocolate and underbrush wafts up from the 2020 Rosso Alanera. This is silky-smooth and quite polished in feel, with depths of wild berry fruit and citrus adding contrast. The 2020 finishes with medium length, a bit dry, yet completely satisfying. There's no need to wait here as the Rosso Veronese aims to please. This is a blend of 55% Corvina, 25% Rondinella, 10% Corvinone and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

December 2022
Wine Spectator
  • ws87

A lightly chewy, medium-bodied red, with loamy earth and smoke accents underscoring macerated black cherry, red licorice and cured tobacco notes. Corvina, Rondinella, Corvinone, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Drink now.

June 26, 2023

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