Corvina (Amarone, Valpolicella) - Red Wine Making Kit (Medium-Bodied - 11.5% PABV)

Corvina (Amarone, Valpolicella) - Red Wine Making Kit (Medium-Bodied - 11.5% PABV)
Corvina (Amarone, Valpolicella) - Red Wine Making Kit (Medium-Bodied - 11.5% PABV)
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Corvina (Amarone, Valpolicella) Winemaking Kit 

PABV: 11.5%

  • Volume: 10 liters (2.64 US Gallon)
  • Weeks to Make: 4 Weeks 
  • Makes: 23 LT. (6.07 US Gallons)
  • Best After Date: 4 Weeks
  • Dimensions: 9 X 9 X 12
  • Weight: 27.21 LBS. (12.34 KG)

Equipment Starter Pak is Not Included. *

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Corvina (kor-VEE-nuh)

The Corvina red wine originates from Veneto, Italy. This red wine can range in many styles from light red to a rich port-like wine. The Corvina grape produces a light to medium body wine that is slightly tart.

Taste: Corvina, is richly textured with complex aromas of dark fruits, leather, tobacco and wood smoke followed by flavors of black cherry, plums, damsons, chocolate and a bitter almond finish.

Tannin: Medium to high

Acidity: Medium to high

Age: Amarone is usually released 5 years after the vintage when it is ready to drink. Good examples can easily last another 10 years.

Wines Made From This Grape:
- Valpolicella

- Amarone

- Corvina Veronese

- Cruina

- Cassabria 

Ingredients: Grape juice concentrate (preserved with sulphur dioxide), liquid invert sugar, tartaric acid, malic acid, citric acid, tanin, ascorbic acid. Additives (included in Wine Kit) Packet A: Bentonite, Packet B: Potassium Metabisulphite, Packet C: Potassium Sorbate, Packet D: Clearing Agent (kieselsol/chitosane), Packet of Yeast. 

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Stephen W.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Making Wine in a Heat Wave in California

The kit was great, the instructions clear and easy to follow. I started the process when the average temps in the house were 70-75ºF. Then in secondary fermentation, we hit outside temps of 112-121º and inside the house the wine got as high as 96º. It still seemed to be doing fine and bubbling as expected. It was just down to 0.998 sg and disaster struck. Nothing to do with Wine Lover’s product or the kit, but my glass carboy mysteriously cracked an inch or so above the bottom an overnight leaked out 5.5 gallons of my wine all over the kitchen floor! I was able to rescue only three bottles! What I have smells great and show excellent potential after suitable aging. I have retired my glass carboy and am using a PET type, paranoia being appropriate. Overall I am impressed with the products and the company and will use them again. Ideally when the temperatures are more reasonable.

Timothy B.
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Lightning Quick Shipping

I received the Order Confirmation e-mail pretty much immediately after placing the Order, and I received the Shipping Confirmation e-mails within hours of placing the Order. The packages arrived very quickly. I am very pleased with how smoothly the Order and Shipping process went. I started the Wine Kits on Saturday, and they are fermenting away. This is the first time that I making Wine Lovers Wine Kits, but I have made several other Kits (50+) over the years. It is obviously too early to determine the end result, but so far so good.

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Stephen K.
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I have only been making wine for about five years. Every kit that I've bought from Wine Lovers has turned out excellent. I'm sure the more expensive wine kits that are out there are probably better quality, but with subtle tweaking (ex. adding oak and pepper to the shiraz) and additional racking off, have made their wines extremely smooth and tasty.