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Bright pale straw yellow color. Aromas of light apple and acacia-like fruity scents, pleasantly young, fresh and lively flavor excellent as an appetizer, as well as an accompanim ent for soups, shellfish, ...
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With notes of apricot, white peach and sage, a wonderful sweetness, and its vibrant and refreshing quality, it’s no wonder America loves Cavit Moscato. Cavit Moscato grapes are harvested along the right ...
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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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Pleasant and lively on the palate with hints of green apples and wisteria flowers. Light straw-yellow color with refreshing effervesce. The perfect aperitif but also enjoyable with delicate first courses.
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Brilliant straw-yellow in color, enhanced by the perlage. The fruity flavors of pears, apples and peaches dissolve into floral notes, with a hint of citrus fruit and an aromatic quality that is fresh and ...
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Nino Franco’s non-vintage sparkling Rustico Prosecco is unquestionably the world’s finest value in a high quality, Champagne look-alike. The non-vintage, light-bodied Prosecco di Valdobiaddene Rustico offers ...
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Cavit Pinot Noir 1.50l
Sale: $16.97
Cavit Pinot Noir is soft character and a hint of red berries and cherries, it’s no wonder Cavit is America’s favorite Pinot Noir
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Straw yellow with brilliant, greenish and golden reflections, the bouquet is fresh, ample and floral with notes of elderberry, apple, pear and lemon verbena on a background of almonds and nuts; fresh, elegant ...
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Prosecco can be fermo (still), frizzante (slightly effervescent), or spumante (which means sparkling in Italian, and has nothing to do with sweet). Prosecco undergoes the Charmat process, which is preferred ...
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This wine is made according to ancient local custom. First, the grapes from this single vineyard are selectively hand-harvested in the beginning of October and then carefully transported in bunches for ...
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The fruit is sourced from the best hillside vineyards across Treviso in the Veneto. Grapes are harvested slightly before full maturation to preserve acidity. The base wine is re-fermented in enclosed pressure ...
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A well-balanced Amarone that still exhibits much of the dark fruit flavours, earth and meaty components expected of this DOC. Aromas of black cherry and prunes joined by beefy and earthy aromas. Moves along ...
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San Giuseppe Merlot is the premium quality brand from the Veneto region, the traditional home of this grape in Italy. Here, San Giuseppe vinifies its Merlot grapes in a light northern Italian style. Hence, ...
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Alcohol content: 13.5% vol. Color: intense ruby ??red with shades tending to orange with aging. Bouquet: intense and large fruit, among them being the cherry, blackberry and vanilla notes. Taste: persistent, ...
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The preferred gin of the British Royal Navy and top mixologists, Plymouth Navy Strength was first introduced to the Royal Navy in 1793 and is produced in the world’s oldest working gin distillery. ...
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