Italy | Piedmont | Barolo Radiant freshness and pure, soaring aromatics characterize this epic beauty made from the highest-elevation vines in the entire Barolo appellation. A must-have for your cellar!
Italy | Veneto | Bardolino Chiaretto On Lake Garda, Chiaretto is considered a macho beverage with aphrodisiacal properties. It is in fact one of the world’s? only truly satisfactory roses.
Italy | Tuscany | Toscana IGT Succulent and tightly coiled, with a beautifully integrated tannin and outstanding finesse, this “baby Brunello” punches way above its weight and will serve you well again and again!
Villa Di Geggiano
Italy | Tuscany | Chianti Classico Broad-shouldered, with hearty tannin and acidity and a dark, earthy quality to its fruit, it is a lumberjack wine that can cut through anything a Tuscan table can throw its way—wild game and aged cheeses are some of our favorites.
Italy | Sicily | Sicilia Noto A unique interpretation of chalky soils, wild Mediterranean herbs, coastal sea breeze, and Sicilian sunshine. Delicate, stimulating, and completely dry—it’s a ravishing aperitivo, but works with anything from the ocean.
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo Inspired by the terroir and wine making style of Burgundy, Giulia Negri brought those practices to her vineyards in Piedmont and the result is an elegant and ready to drink Barolo from our youngest producer!
La Marca di San Michele
Italy | Le Marche | Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio is typically a light, crisp quaffer, but the Passolento has the layered textures that white Burgundy lovers chase after.
Cantine Elvio Tintero
Italy | Piedmont There’s no mistaking this scrumptious red for anything other than Nebbiolo—perfectly ripe, dusty red fruit, gentle tannins, and the telltale scents of tar and roses.
Italy | Piedmont | Langhe Nebbiolo This Langhe Nebbiolo points to the evolution of Massimo Benevelli’s more massive Baroli: it’s ready to be enjoyed now, but is sure to pique your curiosity for the other wines in this promising producer’s lineup.
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