Wine from shriveled berries is a very ancient drink. The first mention of wine from sun dried grapes is found back in the records of ancient Greeks. Later such wine was popular with ancient Romans, and until now most of it is produced in modern Italy.
The production of wine from dried grapes is a laborious process, and one needs three times more raw materials for making one liter than in traditional wine making. There are more other costs too. But… It’s worth it.
Ca’Botta winery makes from dried grapes not only traditional Amarone, but also other, red and white dry wines. “This is our secret method, our secret technology, our know-how, our favorite work. This is because we are eager to create wine masterpieces”?