Red wines produced with raisining grapes are not particularly widespread, as a result of drying it is customary to think of an amber wine with decidedly sweet notes. In this case, as for the Amarone della Valpoliella, the result is a dry wine , where the withering has served to soften the tannins and to intensify the flavors, and not to concentrate the sugars to obtain a sweet wine. Two years in Allier barriques return a full and enveloping product, which is striking for its thickness. Excellent to drink immediately, it does not fear time. The production of the "Calabrone" of Bastianich is bound to the months of September and October, if they are not dry and mild the grapes cannot wither and we will not have the bottling of this little gem.