2022 ChevernyDomaine du Salvard
France | Loire
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Italy | Valle d’Aosta | Valle d’Aosta
Fumin truly is, as Feuillet’s vigneron Maurizio Fiorano puts it, “an age-old pearl of local enology.”
Italy | Valle d’Aosta | Valle d'Aosta
This rare red variety has a straightforward freshness and light herbal spiciness.
Manni Nössing Italy | Alto Adige | Alto Adige – Valle Isarco
A. & G. Fantino
Italy | Piedmont
Perfumed Nebbiolo fruit and tender tannins encourage pulling the cork just for the sake of quenching one’s thirst.
Cantine Elvio Tintero
Italy | Piedmont | Langhe
Drink Now: There’s no mistaking this red for anything other than Nebbiolo—perfectly ripe fruit and the telltale scents of tar and roses.
Italy | Piedmont | Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba
Real refreshment, plus a serious side and good concentration from old vines in chalky marl soils.
Italy | Piedmont | Dolcetto di Diano d’Alba
Supple, pretty notes of freshly crushed blackberries and raspberries—it will pair well with pretty much anything.
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.
Terre del Vescovo
Italy | Campania | IGP Campania
A crisp, easy-drinking Campanian white with notes of stone fruit and herbs.
Italy | Veneto | Bardolino
Lovely right now, but a candidate for cellaring as well. It is cool to drink some reds cool.
Italy | Sardinia | Alghero
Rada’s dense, minty Cagnulari is a reminder to take Sardinian reds very seriously.
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