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Sangiovese dominates this classic Tuscan blend rendering a bold wine that boasts aromas of ripe red berries and subtle nuances of spice. Smaller percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot add finesse ...
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93 Point Decanter & Winery of the Year - Wonderful, inviting nose boasting notes of cool black cherry, violet, almond and cocoa nibs. Vibrant juicy palate, with a silky texture, beautiful freshness and ...
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A light, delicately sweet, fruity and smooth wine with a moderate alcohol content to be enjoyed anytime. Serve well-chilled, with or without food.
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Rivera’s Portfolio of wines is very complete. It embaces all the productive opportunities that the D.O.C. Castel del Monte has to offer whitin white, rosè and red wines from mono varietals and blend ...
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Piero Coppo founded the Coppo winery in 1892 in the town of Canelli, located in Piedmont, an area widely recognized as the undisputed capital of Moscato wines, Italy’s famous sweet sparkling wine (also ...
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The 1980 Brunello di Montalcino was the first wine in Italy to obtain the D.O.C.G. appellation (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita - controlled and guaranteed from the origin). The D.O.C.G. ...
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The most cultivated and known vine species in Piedmont. Almost certainly originating from the Monferrat hills, but very widespread throughout the Alba area during the last century. The vine is vigorous, ...
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TASTING NOTES: COLOR: an intense ruby red AROMA: rich and ripe with notes of plums, cherries, vanilla, and chocolate. FLAVOR: a supple wine, the ripe red fruit and spice define a complex structure, properly ...
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The color of Amarone Campo dei Gigli Tenuta Sant Antonio is a very intense red, at the nose notes of wild red fruits are evident and hints of cocoa, licorice and black pepper in the background give a very ...
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Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is one of Italy’s most famous wines, and can be found on wine store shelves all around the world. This classic, well-rounded, plum-scented Italian red is made from Montepulciano ...
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Secondo Marco’s Valpolicella Classico is characterized by aromas and flavors of morello and sour red cherries with hints of aromatic herbs and dried flowers. The wine is medium in body with juicy ...
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Poggio Basso Chianti Classico offers clean, dry, fruit notes with a hint of light spices on the palate. Full-bodied with a silky smooth texture. Very fine tannins and finish. This wine pairs well with most ...
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Brunello di Montalcino Riserva is only produced in exceptional vintages. It is made with selected grapes and is aged for two years in barrels, subsequently released on the market six years after the harvest.Intense ...
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The 2009 Castel del Monte Il Falcone Riserva does a great job of highlighting the Nero di Troia element of this blend. The wine is composed of 70% Nero di Troia and 30% Montepulciano, but with this balanced ...
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This light bodied red offers a great value in Oregon Pinot Noir. Dark cherries and a hint of smokiness on the nose are followed by tart cherry and plum on the palate. Hints of spice, soft tannins, and subtle ...
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