Very nice and well-matured Chianti. Chianti is the most famous Italian wine, whose cradle is Central Tuscany.
Chianti Classico, Castello di Verrazzano 2019
This single varietal Primitivo from Taranto bene ts from the warm Mediterranean climate and the moderating in uence of the Adriatic Sea. The red, ferrous oxide and aluminium rich soils impart a mineral quality to this structured wine. The producer and founder of Felline, Gregory Perucci, is a proud advocate of Puglia and its wines, particularly its native and typical grapes. This Primitivo is proof of the quality of the wine-making in the area around Taranto, which has been producing wines since the arrival of Greek settlers before the rise of the Romans. This Primitivo preserves its spicy fruitiness as it is fermented and matured in INOX stainless steel tanks.
Primitivo IGP Tarantino, I Monili 2021
In the heart of the Langhe, in the hamlet of Bussia di Monforte d’Alba, is Cascina Sciulun, a typical historic farmhouse, constructed according to Piedmont architectural traditions. Built in the mid-nineteenth century and extended in the 1940s, the house has always belonged to the Conterno family. The company Franco Conterno has deep roots, and has been a part of the family for many decades. It was nonno Pietro who allocated 18 hectares of land to Nebbiolo vineyards, initially to sell to other wineries for vinification, later destined for the creation of prestigious wines.
Barbera d’Alba Superiore DOC Bricco Torta, Franco Conterno 2018
Traditional velvety, red with very delicate tannins.
Campo Bastiglia Valpolicella Ripasso, Ca'Rugate DOC 2020
In the heart of the Langhe, in the hamlet of Bussia di Monforte d’Alba, is Cascina Sciulun, a typical historic farmhouse, constructed according to Piedmont architectural traditions. Built in the mid-nineteenth century and extended in the 1940s, the house has always belonged to the Conterno family. The company Franco Conterno has deep roots, and has been a part of the family for many decades. It was nonno Pietro who allocated 18 hectares of land to Nebbiolo vineyards, initially to sell to other wineries for vinification, later destined for the creation of prestigious wines. Fermentation temperature: variable with peaks of 32°C. Ageing in cellar: the new wine is kept from 3 months in steel tanks and undergoes malolactic fermentation; it is decanted several times, and finally aged in French oak barrels (45/50hl capacity) for 24 months.
Barolo DOCG Bussia, Franco Contero
Vinification: in red, with skin maceration in stainless steel tanks. Fermentation time: must and skins are kept in contact for 7-9 days, punched down daily and finally racked. Fermentation temperature: variables with peaks of 30°C. Ageing in cellar: the new wine is kept 3 months in steel tanks and undergoes malolactic fermentation; it is decanted several times, and finally aged in Slavonian oak barrels where it ages 8 to 12 months.
Langhe Nebbiolo DOC Cascina Sciulun, Franco Conterno 2020
Amarone Classic comes from a careful selection of grapes in the vineyard and a very strict management of the apple. The grapes dedicated to the production of Auberge are the best exposed and the most spattered. The grapes resting is preceded by a very careful vineyard selection designed to eliminate damaged bunches and those that do not exhibit the ideal characteristics for quality grafting. The grapes are dried for about 120 days, after which vinification takes place. Winemaking is structured so as to encourage the release of the peel of all noble components. Amarone Classico is a wine that is very tied to the traditional production method, using only large volume wood containers; able to evolve the wine in the three years of aging without distorting the aromatic profile.
Cavolo Amarone Valpolicella, Brigaldara DOCG 2015
REFUGEE is the wine of our family, which fled for the first time in the 18th century and last in 1998. Thanks to all the parents, refugees who left their homes to keep their children alive. Limited edition of 2160 bottles.
Cuvée Refugee Barrique 2018, Saiti Winery
Aristocratic, essential and extremely elegant red wine.
Brunello di Montalcino Lisini DOCG 2017
The Heimbourger family have worked in the vines for 3 generations. Over the course of time this family business was spread over three appellations: Chablis, Irancy, Bourgogne. The aim has always been to get the best out of the terroir to offer you an enjoyable moment of tasting pleasure. Irancy wines are typically cherry-red in color. The structure of the wine is rich and supple. The wine is fruity, with aromas of red and black fruits, dominated by cherries and black currants. An elegant and complex wine with flavors of red fruits, well-integrated tannins and a long finish. You can let the wine mature for another five or more years. An ideal choice for grilled white and red meats, game and soft cheeses.
Irancy Cuvée Pierre, Domaine Heimbourger 2020
tinera Prima Classe Primitivo Salento IGT - Mondo del Vino The Itinera Prima Classe Primitivo Salento IGT by Mondo del Vino appears in the glass in a black with red reflections and seduces with the aromas of black cherries, cardamom and a hint of leather. This Primitivo, which was stored in barriques for 8-10 months, reveals an explosive fullness on the palate with gentle tannins. Food recommendation for the Itinera Prima Classe Primitivo Salento IGT from Mondo del Vino Enjoy this medium dry red wine with lasagne, grilled beef or aged cheese.
Itinera Primitivo IGP, Salento Apulia 2020
Rich and complex terroir. Parcels divided into three types of soils (sand, gravels, and clay-limestone). Ageing in French oak barriques for 9 months. The palate displays the pure expression of a unique terroir with silky and smooth tannins. Still young, so depending on palate preferences, It can be drunk now, or aged for 10 years in the cellar as the robe turns ruby and aromas of red fruits, leather and underbrush will continue to develop.