Italian Amarone Style Wine Making Kit - VineCo Signature Series™

Italian Amarone Style Wine Making Kit - VineCo Signature Series™

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  • Italian Amarone Style offers a complex flavor profile and delicious oak character
  • Savor with hearty meals or as an after-dinner treat
  • Flavors of tart cherry, raspberry, chocolate, and spice
  • Full-bodied and dry, 14% ABV
  • Whip up a batch in 30 mins or less! Yields 6 gallons (2 cases) of finished wine in 6-8 weeks
  • Premium kit includes grape skins for an authentic wine making experience
  • Bottle labels included for a professional finish

Amarone style red wine hails from Valpolicella in the Veneto region of north-eastern Italy. Traditionally, Amarone is made from only three approved grape varieties—Corvina, Corvinone, and Rondinella. To prepare the grapes, winemakers use a process known as ‘apassimento’, an Italian term for drying the harvested grapes for up to several months to concentrate the sugars and flavor. Amarone is known for its full-body, strong flavor, and high alcohol percentage. Some speculate Amarone’s creation to date back to Ancient Rome, as this powerful red would have slaked the Roman’s thirst for highly alcoholic wine.

Our Italian Amarone Style has a deep red fruit quality with notes of tart cherry and raspberry, a hint of chocolate and spice, with a moderate oak character. Standing tall at 14% alcohol by volume, this full-bodied wine is quite dry with a long lingering finish.

The Signature Series™ Amarone Style is one of the most satisfying kits to make thanks to the inclusion of grape skins. You’ll mirror the professional vintner process of “punching the cap”, which makes your winemaking adventure even more hands on. VineCo’s jammy skin packs are much more expressive than dried grape skins, imparting more character from the grapes and boosting tannin structure in the finished wine.

High quality French oak cubes are used in the making of the Amarone Style kit. One of the reasons oak has always been used to age wine is the slow release of delicious, complex compounds that complement the wines flavor. Oak cubes have more depth of flavor than chips or powder and slowly release compounds like furfural (sweet, caramel like), lignins (vanillin, spice, smoke), and lactones (classic oak flavor). French oak in particular is known to deliver refined, less apparent oakiness than American oak. It's famous for adding mouthfeel and flavors of custard and chocolate while still allowing the fruit flavors of the wine to shine through.

The Vineco Signature Amarone Style is best enjoyed over a hearty meal of red steak or venison with good company, or as an after-dinner treat paired with heartfelt conversation with that special someone. Not to be poured on any occasion, but savored as a delicious moment.

Amarone Style, Italy

  • Tart cherry, raspberry, hint of chocolate and spice
  • Sweetness: Dry
  • Oak: Medium
  • Body: Full
  • ABV: 14%
  • Kit Volume: 14 L
  • Approximate Yield: 23 L
  • Ready to bottle in 6-8 weeks
  • Grape skins included
  • Bottle labels included



Item # WK905
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 39 LBS

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I'm a fan of Italian wines. Have made Amarone once before and it was the family favorite.
John R on Mar 3, 2023
Enjoyed it previously
Dane R on Feb 16, 2023
I'm a fan of Italian wines. Have made Amarone once before and it was the family favorite.
John R on Mar 3, 2023
Try winemaking
Chris S on Feb 17, 2023
Enjoyed it previously
Dane R on Feb 16, 2023
William M on Feb 14, 2023
the best ever
alan J e on Feb 11, 2023
great stuff
alan J e on Feb 10, 2023
its the best
alan J e on Feb 10, 2023
Good price although I have not tried this kit before
jdub on Feb 10, 2023
Great price for a nice wine and having the skins included makes it even better!
Lori K P on Feb 10, 2023
One my wife's favorite wines
Richard M on Feb 10, 2023
Looks good
Cheryl B on Feb 7, 2023
I made this last year and it is excellent.
Grant A L on Feb 3, 2023
Edward S on Feb 3, 2023
This is one of my favorite wines.
PATRICK M on Feb 2, 2023
I love a good hearty Amarone I’m hopeful this is a good one! I’ll let you know.
Susan B on Nov 30, 2022
We have purchased 2 other manufacturers with good success. Looking forward to trying VineCo brand
Frank Strasser on Nov 30, 2022
A great everyday wine!
JIMMY K on Nov 29, 2022
had it before nice!
william j on May 11, 2022
A good wine with pizza, steak, or any heavy dinner.
Robert A on Mar 4, 2022
recommended by a friend
Jerry C on Jan 6, 2021
Try winemaking
Chris S on Feb 17, 2023
William M on Feb 14, 2023
Where do the grapes come from that were used to make this specific wine kit?
Jonathan Flowers on Nov 28, 2023

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Rated 5 out of 5
Very good wine
My first venture into wine making. I really like the wine, even without having it aged long enough I'm afraid. Smooth, no off flavors. Could benefit from a bit more oak but otherwise really great!
November 25, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Wife favorite wine fully body, fruit crisp finish
March 25, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
good flavor but
The wine kit in it's self is great, the problem is Amarone is supposed to be a higher alcohol % wine (14-16%). If you follow the instructions it ends up at a 1.082 s.g. which ends up at around a 11-12% so to get to the intended strength you use less water, then your at 5 gallons instead of 6. In short, Give me the wine style i paid for.
February 22, 2023
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
VineCo Amarone
One of our favorites loved by family and friends.
January 11, 2023
Rated 5 out of 5
I have not started to ferment this kit as of this writing, yet I have used other kits and the Amarone is an excellent wine. Many of my friends and relatives' have always commented how good this wine is. This is very good even if not aged but excellent if aged for at least a year or more.
March 18, 2022
over 2 years ago