It is simply briliant. Concentrated, ripe, but still full of freshness, fragrant with tart cherries, at first a bit vegetable, leafy, then tobacco, spicy, smoky. Stout, but balanced for an amarone - almost airy, led by a pure acidic note, with a hint of ripe, dark, sour cherry. With a flexible tannin, perfectly blended, like acidity, into the matter of wine. Perfectly integrated, long, with a refreshing leafy note, open and, despite maturing for ten years, worthy of further long aging.
"De Buris" ... (this is also the name of the restored villa - the oldest in Valpolicella). Wine pressed from grapes of corvina, corvinone, rondinella and oselets, from the small (1.9 ha) La Groletta lot bought by the Tommasis in 2000 , which occupies part of the legendary La Grola habitat in the western part of the region. For the first eight years, the oenologist Giancarlo Tommasi conducted experiments. It was not until 2008 that he believed that De Buris was worthy of being called an iconic wine. It took another 10 years to mature.