Somehow one of my all-time favorites just keeps getting better! The Quintarellis are not content to sit back and continue tradition without searching for every possible improvement, no matter how small. This delicious Venetian white has developed an extra gear—take it for a spin and you will see what I mean.
The 2008 Alzero is the freshest and most vibrant I can remember tasting, bursting with every imaginable fruit, ripe off the tree. As always, drinking it is an epic voyage, best enjoyed (in my experience) with a great cheese plate.
Italy’s equivalent of Château Yquem, this incarnation of their famous “Bandito” dessert wine celebrated its tenth birthday last year in Quintarelli’s cellar prior to release. If you want to give something truly special and one of a kind to a wine lover who has it all, look no further.
Recioto made the Valpolicella region famous well before Amarone. The most perfect grapes are dried, creating this intensely flavored, long-lasting elixir that is one of the world’s finest “closers.” This vintage-of-the-decade bottling is named in honor of Roberto Ferrarini, Giuseppe Quintarelli’s longtime enologist, naturally a passionate devotee of their Recioto. One for the ages!!
The Quintarellis produce this delicate, perfumed oil from the trees that surround their vineyards and winery in the hills above Negrar. It is beautifully and seamlessly constructed, just like their wines!
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