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The Merlot grape of France was introduced to Italy in 1880, but has had great success in the rocky hillside vineyards of Grave del Friuli. Supple aromas of raspberries are supported by herbaceous notes ...
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Cabernet Sauvignon was introduced to Italy in the 1820s and thrives on the rocky soil and hillsides of Grave del Friuli. A full-bodied red that boasts complex aromatics of raspberries, blackberries, and ...
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Bosan is a single-vineyard Ripasso produced from 5 hectares of fruit grown in the prestigious Illasi Valley.Vinified using the Valpolicella’s exclusive Ripasso technique, the fresh wine was refermented ...
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Bosan Amarone is produced from a single vineyard of 5 hectares located in the prestigious Illasi Valley. Concentrated and full-bodied, Bosan displays jammy, raisined fruit flavors. Ripe red cherry notes ...
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Derived from the Italian word gemma, which has a dual meaning of “vine bud” and “precious gem,”Jema is a pure expression of Corvina - the region’s signature varietal. Produced ...
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Named for the winery’s matriarch, Mara Cesari, this wine is produced in the extended Valpolicella region near the city of Verona in the Veneto region. Following fermentation in stainless steel, the ...
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Amarone is one of Italy’s most prestigious red wines with a unique production method exclusive to the region. The bouquet of Cesari’s flagship wine is marked by cherry and prune aromas and jammy ...
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The unique climate of the area known as the “Venezie” - a vast territory in northwestern Italy encompassing the regions of Veneto, Fruili-Venezia Giulia, and Trentino-Alto Adige - is ideal for ...
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Amarone is one of Italy’s most prestigious red wines with a unique production method exclusive to the region. The bouquet of Cesari’s flagship wine is marked by cherry and prune aromas and jammy ...
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Cesari’s introduction into the appellation is produced from vineyards scattered throughout the historic Classico area of the Valpolicella appellation. Smooth and dry on the palate, this well-balanced, ...
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The Merlot grape of France was introduced to Italy in 1880, but has had great success in the rocky hillside vineyards of Grave del Friuli. Supple aromas of raspberries are supported by herbaceous notes ...
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The unique climate of the area known as the “Venezie” - a vast territory in northwestern Italy encompassing the regions of Veneto, Fruili-Venezia Giulia, and Trentino-Alto Adige - is ideal for ...
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Cabernet Sauvignon was introduced to Italy in the 1820s and thrives on the rocky soil and hillsides of Grave del Friuli. A full-bodied red that boasts complex aromatics of raspberries, blackberries, and ...
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A single-vineyard Amarone, the Il Bosco vineyard is nestled in the heart of Valpolicella Classico. The wine is rich with concentrated flavors of preserved fruit, particularly cherries. Aged in a combination ...
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