Limiting our selection to Italian grapes and suggesting mainly bottles produced in purity by using a single grape, we suggest the following varieties:
Lets start with the King- the Sangiovese grapes. A vintage Brunello will greatly increase the value of your collection! Why don't you try the Brunello di Montalcino DOCG . Another option of absolute interest are some super Tuscan Blends
Merlot\Cabernet Sauvignon blend: Bolgheri area, classic wine of international style where the aging in wood before being put on the market makes it easier to age
If you want to taste a classic one ideal product could be our Sangiovese Chianti Classico from Radda in Chianti.
When it comes about Nebbiolo, also we can find quality. A great autochthonous grape, with Langhe wines such as Barolo and Barbaresco you cannot go wrong. Remember these wines are among the greatest wines for aging and they have admirers everywhere in the world.
Corvina grape in Veneto, Amarone, does this name mean anything to you? We absolutely recommend Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Monte Faustino. Complex and structured wine.
Aglianico, let's move to the south, where we find two areas of absolute value for the production of wines: Avellino for Taurasi and Basilicata for Aglianico del Vulture, a southern wine which stands out for its great elegance.
These wines, in case they are kept well, can be aged for more than 10 years without being altered, indeed, their characteristics will be expressed at their best.
With a proper aging a wine can became more and more complex and capable of great expression.
We hope this article helped you to understand more about wine aging and which wines can be aged for longer time.
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