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The Quattroenne is characterized by a garnet red color. The nose opens with a broad and complex bouquet of mulberries and blackberries. The palate is pleasantly smooth with a lingering finish. Perfect with ...
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Hierà takes its name from the original name of the island of Vulcano, meaning sacred in ancient Greek, and the stunning label is one of Carlo’s most recognisable (and my favourite!) oil paintings. ...
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Rustic, mineral, at times even herbal, but with a smooth and generous fruity core. This is the essence the Etna Rosso from Masseria Setteporte, produced with grapes from thirty-year-old vines which dig ...
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Bright ruby-red in color, Erse entices the senses with aromas of crushed berries, plums, and smoky minerality. On the palate, it is a delicate, finely textured red which unfolds into a lengthy, elegant ...
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It has intense and brilliant ruby red colors with violet riflections. The nose in generous with a floreal bouquet and notes of small berries, carob and licoirece; it is well balanced with a spicy finish. ...
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Palari Faro 750ml
Sale: $85.97
Color: Ruby red with garnet hues. Bouquet: Generous and intense with notes of jasmine, cardamom and ripe red fruits, combined with spice notes of vanilla and sweet oak. Taste: Dry, velvety and harmonious ...
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Marsala is a wine, dry or sweet,.
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Color: Ruby red. Bouquet: Fragrant bouquet of ripe red berries with spicy undertones. Taste: Spicy black fruit flavors and dense tannins, persistent finish.
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