Italy | Tuscany | Rosso di Montalcino Paired with the high-elevation freshness, this site yields a lively, focused Rosso, featuring a mineral backbone that provides crystalline structure to the juicy, savory red fruit that cascades over the palate.
Italy | Liguria | Riviera Ligure di Ponente All the care, attentiveness, and backbreaking labor required to farm this site result in one of the most joyful and lighthearted reds you will encounter.
Italy | Piedmont | Langhe Giulia Negri is making some of the best and most exciting wines in Italy, truly world class. She also happens to be one of the nicest people you could hope to meet.
Italy | Sicily | Etna This red’s satiny texture allows it to gloss over the palate with utter delicacy, while suggestions of smoke, white pepper, and brandied cherries linger after each sip.
Italy | Veneto | Corvina Veronese IGT At Corte Gardoni they believe in pure Corvina, putting the best aside for their Becco Rosso. Vibrant and faultlessly refreshing, this bottling has also been known to resemble much pricier Burgundy with some bottle age.
Italy | Veneto | Colli Trevigiani Unlike the opulent, Cassis-scented Merlots from Bordeaux’s Right Bank, this rendition—with its pretty notes of brambly wild berries and hints of spice—shows the more mineral, ethereal side of the grape.
Italy | Sardinia | Cannonau di Sardegna The sweetly perfumed nose of rose petals, wild strawberry, and juniper prefaces this deep and powerful, yet exquisitely refined Cannonau, definitively putting Mamoiada on the map for lovers of Grenache and great Italian reds in general.
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