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The beautiful Amarone della Valpolicella Classico sees aging in both tonneaux and botte grande for a more traditional and streamlined approach. In fact, the wood element is tightly integrated, with distant ...
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With hints of raisins and vanilla it is dry, full, and harmonic on the palate. Colombo Marsala Fine Dry is perfect for fish and meat preparation. An elegant aperitif to serve with cheese.
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Tiziano Chianti was named in honor of Tiziano Vecellio, a noted painter from the 16th Century Venetian School, recognized as the sun amidst small stars. Like its namesake artist, this versatile Chianti ...
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From one of Amarone’s most esteemed producers, this shows lots of oak on the nose, along with ripe blackberry aromas. The palate is dominated by oak and vanilla, but it also has black cherry notes and ample ...
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Intense ruby-red, with purple hues. Black cherries and spice aromas. Rich with soft tannins, delivering persistent black-fruit flavors and subtle hints of smoke, with a lingering finish.
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Lively, ruby-red color, tending to garnet with age. On the nose, delicate aromas of violet and iris. On the palate, the wine is rich and elegant, with black-cherry and tobacco flavors with supple tannins ...
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90 Points Wine Spectator - A medium-bodied, balanced red, with sculpted tannins and a rich mix of sun-dried black cherry and date fruit, accented by hints of smoke, mocha and black licorice string. Offers ...
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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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Gabbiano Chianti DOCG is a traditional blend of primarily Sangiovese grapes, but also includes small amounts of Canaiolo, Trebbiano, and Colorino grapes. The DOCG designation means this Chianti meets the ...
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Aromas of currants and toffee follow through on a round entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with a soft, supple texture and a hint of apricot custard and orange marmalade. Finishes with a quick, ...
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Careful selection of the best grapes in the vineyard and in collection boxes. Temperature-controlled fermentation in semi conical, French Oak casks with post-fermentation maceration up to 18-20 days after ...
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Deep garnet color with orange hues, the bouquet shows red fruit and spice, confirmed on the palate. Soft tannins, firm structure and silky texture. Pairs well with rich, structured dishes, such as red meat, ...
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During the ripening of the grapes we thin out the bunches to optimize the yield and then hand-select them before they undergo soft crushing. Selected yeasts that respect the fragrant aroma of the product ...
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Attractive red-ruby color.Amazing aroma of the wine reveals powerful tones of fruit, cherries and blackberries, which are combined with noble shades of coconut and toffee, rich notes of chocolate, seductive ...
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Intense and brilliant ruby red colour. Fragrant on the nose, exuberant in its youth with rose and raspberry. Intense body, rich, important and warm, with a complex pleasantness that turns into delicate ...
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