The Begali family's estate can be found in the small village of Cengia, about ten hectares that unfold in the plains and the surrounding slopes, with another couple of hectares on Masua hill, a few kilometers from home. In the cellar all stages of production are overseen by Lorenzo and his son Giordano, while Tiliana takes care of the administrative side of things. Theirs are wines with an unmistakable style, where full flavor is always well contrasted by acidity and tannic presence. Once again the Amarone Monte Ca'Bianca put in an excellent performance, drawing on the 2017 harvest for fruity aromas on a background of pepper and minerals. In the mouth its firmness is brought out by a vital acidity that lends tension and suppleness. More immediately expressive, persuasive and dynamic, the Amarone '18 plays on ripe cherries, undergrowth and medicinal herbs, sensations that reemerge even more clearly on the palate, where the wine unfurls with harmony and fullness.