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Grapes are harvested by hand during the first couple of weeks in October. The two varieties are then combined, after which they undergo a 12- to 14-day cool fermentation on the skins, to enhance extraction ...
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90 Point Tasting Panel : Shows intense, persistent aromas of tomato leaves, with wild green peppers and elderflower notes. The wine has elegant, fresh and full flavors on the palate, and excellent length ...
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Color: yellow with intense coppery highlights Nose: broad and complex, with flowery notes of wild roses, acacia blossom, tropical fruit and apricot; Palate: fruity, elegant and full-bodied, with a good ...
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Attems Sauvignon Blanc boasts a quite distinctive, very complex bouquet. In colour it appears a straw yellow, typically with greenish highlights. Its palate exhibits crisp, tangy acidity and full flavours. ...
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Before tasting, Grappa should be allowed to rest in the glass for some minutes: on exposure to oxygen the perfumes are enhanced and the nose/palate harmony is perfected. its particular elegance and persistency, ...
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A traditional characteristic wine with a strong personality, obtained purely from Tocai Friulano grapes, historic varietal from Collio of Gorizia, planted in a well ventilated hill area where the soil is ...
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Expect world-class quality in the glass, including that level of complexity that you only get in the very best Italian Pinot Grigios. This bona-fide crowd pleaser (and chic aperitif) will be outstanding ...
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Bright ruby red in color.Aromas of redolent of red berries; well balanced, slightly spicy notes typical of Cabernet Sauvignon.Ample, full bodied, smooth, and well structured.
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Light, floral notes and bright apple aromas combine on the bouquet. On the palate the Pinot Grigio lends its fresh crisp fruit flavors while the Chardonnay adds body and richness. Finishes clean and crisp ...
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From Distillatori Nonino in Italy’s Friuli. This amaro is a grape distillate infused with herbs and aged in barrique, the Quinessentia Amaro Nonino shows fragrant mountain herbs. It’s delicious as an aperitivo ...
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It is the oldest and most traditional distillate of Northern Italy and is obtained by distilling the solid part of grapes: pomace. On 1st December 1973, Benito and Giannola Nonino created the single varietal ...
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An harmonious blend of Monovitigno® Grappas distilled separately from fresh, soft pomace of single varietal Malvasia, Friulano and Muscat.Harmonious and lightly aromatic, soft on the palate, it stimulates ...
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Pale straw with light golden reflections.Typically floral notes of Pinot Grigio are joined by the fruit-filled fragrance and body of Chardonnay.Fresh fruit flavors blend harmoniously with an appealing, ...
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Nice nose, nuanced decidedly toward pitted and cane fruits on a warm summer afternoon. A patina of leatheriness adds complexity to the fruit. Excellent structure with tannin and acid emerging to assure ...
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Vespa Rosso is uncommonly fruit-forward and structured for a cold weather red wine, and yet it retains many of the spicy, earthy notes that characterize Friulian reds. The extra effort made in both the ...
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Italy is one of the top producers of wine in the world. With just the right growing regions and centuries of perfecting winemaking, it is known for its wide variety. Every region of the country is a growing region. The varied geography, from the Alps to warm coastal regions, produces a remarkable range of profiles. The differences in flavors and aromas generally correlate with the popular cuisines from that region if you're looking for the ideal pairing.

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