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Col Vetoraz Prosecco Valdobbiadene NV 1.5L
Classic, delicate, and refreshing, Col Vetoraz Prosecco urges you to pour it early and often--much as Italians do for their friends and family. Scents of ripe orchard and stone fruits lead to a dry, smooth and intense palate with subtle notes of white blossoms, citrus zest, and a touch of toasted bread; an elegant, fine perlage fills the mouth with creamy texture. Energetic and clean, Col Vetoraz Prosecco complements a wide variety of foods, making it an ideal to pour with appetizers, salads, even brunch! Located in Cartizze, one of the prime areas of the Valdobbiadene region of the Veneto, Col Vetoraz grows its grapes organically at about 1,300 feet above sea level on very steep hills in vineyard sites where the Prosecco, or Glera, grape has grown since 1838. The grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and wine enjoys a second fermentation in tank in the “Charmat” method.
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco 2012 1.5L
Powerful yet graceful, intense yet balanced, this ’12 Barbaresco is a powerhouse of pure Nebbiolo drinking pleasure. Juicy red and black fruits are held in a brooding grip of warm pipe tobacco, smoky minerals, potpourri, licorice, truffle and game. It’s a concentrated, muscular wine that swaggers across the palate, holding it with a fleshy, satisfying, tannic hand. A blend of grapes from Asili, Rabajà, Pora, Montestefano, Ovello, Pajé, Montefico, Moccagatta and Rio Sordo, this wine macerates on the skins for around a month, and then ages in large botti for two years. Produttori del Barbaresco bypassed its Barbaresco Riserva in 2012, putting all of its grapes in this wine--and it shows in this outrageous, delicious Barbaresco bottling. This cuvée Barbaresco redefines value, and delicious now, it’s only going to get better.
Montevertine Pian del Ciampolo 2014 1.5L
This ’14 Pian del Ciampolo shows no sign of its tumultuous growing year in its ripe red and blue fruits, fresh wildflowers, espresso, loam and baking spices; it’s a pure, lilting wine that almost dances across the palate. Vibrant acidity ushers in a perfume rich with telltale Radda terroir as this wine builds to a balanced crescendo. Mostly Sangiovese with a kiss of Colorino and Canaiolo, the organically grown Pian del Ciampolo derives from the same vineyards as the estate's flagship wine, Le Pergole Torte, which are 44 rolling acres located in the municipality of Radda in the heart of Chianti. Like its big-ticket big brother, Pian del Ciampolo shows the elegant, finessed and graceful side of Sangiovese, but at pricing and in a style that allows you to enjoy Montevertine early and often.
Montevertine Pian del Ciampolo 2015 1.5L
2015 was a tough vintage in Toscana, although you’d never know it from the delicious, silky ’15 Pian del Ciampolo. Bursting with red and blue fruits, potpourri, licorice, spices and underbrush, this wine fills the mouth with saturated, rich flavors and builds to a herb-laden, earthy finish--it’s an outstanding Pian del Ciampolo vintage. Mostly Sangiovese with a kiss of Colorino and Canaiolo, the organically grown Pian del Ciampolo derives from the same vineyards as the estate's flagship wine, Le Pergole Torte, which are 44 rolling acres located in the municipality of Radda in the heart of Chianti. Like its big-ticket big brother, Pian del Ciampolo shows the elegant, finessed and graceful side of Sangiovese, but at pricing and in a style that allows you to enjoy Montevertine early and often.
Fontodi Chianti Classico 2013 1.5L
Nimble and juicy, this ’13 Chianti Classico seamlessly melds its pure red fruits with crushed rocks, saddle leather, smoke and flower petals. This is a charming wine that shows surprising complexity as it builds to a vibrant, supple finish. Fontodi practices organic agriculture and non-interventionist protocol, relying on the estate's exceptional southern position in a natural amphitheater composed of marl soil, which allows the grapes to ripen perfectly and the estate to create wines of great character and structure. This mono-varietal Sangiovese derives from multiple vineyard sites; the grapes ferment for two weeks with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled tanks, and the wine ages in barrels for eighteen months before bottling.
Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva Tignanello 2014 1.5L
Bright red fruits dance with brambly berries, warm baking spices, sweet basil, fresh loam, new saddle leather and a kiss of blood orange in this elegant, supple ’14 Chianti Classsico Riserva. While 2014 gave Antinori’s team many challenges, this wine doesn’t show their hard work; it almost skips across the palate with energetic acidity, peppering the cheeks with fine-grained tannins as it builds to a lingering, nervy finish. A blend of 90% Sangiovese and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, the grapes derive from Antinori’s Tenuta Tignanello estate in the Chianti Classico production zone. The grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about ten days; the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation in French oak, and it ages for 14 months in a combination of French and Hungarian oak, followed by a year in bottle.
Louis Jadot Domaine des Heritiers Beaune Clos des Couchereaux 2010 1.5L
The nose of this ’10 Burgundy wafts with brambly black and juicy red berries, sun-wamed earth, crushed flower petals, citrus zest, fresh-cut herbs, and warm baking spices; aeration reveals a seductive meatiness and a kiss of minerals, complicating the experience. Silky, seductive and utterly classy, this wine unveils a deceptive weightiness as it crosses the palate, building to a lingering, seamless finish. Domaine des Heritiers sits as one of the holdings of the great Burgundy estate Louis Jadot; in fact, Jadot himself selected these vineyards to found the domaine in 1859. This ‘10 Beaune Clos des Coucheraux isn’t merely a powerhouse red that’s rich, decadent and intense; it’s also from the last vintage of the great Jacques Lardière, winemaker at Louis Jadot who retired in 2012. Deriving from a south-facing vineyard with clay and calcareous soils, the grapes for this wine ferment in tanks, and the wine ages in barrels for about fifteen months before bottling.
Fontodi Chianti Classico 2015 1.5L
In any vintage, Fontodi Chianti Classico is pure pleasure, but in 2015 it’s outstanding. Ruby red in the glass, this mono-varietal Sangiovese wine speaks equally of Tuscan terroir, tradition and history. From its bouquet of rain-spattered flowers and cherries, to its palate of frutti di bosco and earth, this organically produced Chianti Classico is a classic, timeless rendition of Italy’s favorite food-friendly wine, and its piquant acidity, juicy fruit, and smooth tannins make it a timely addition to any dinner table. Deriving from multiple vineyard sites in most vintages, in 2015 this Chianti Classico includes grapes usually designated for Flaccianello, making it perform like a “baby Flaccianello.” Sangiovese grapes ferment for two weeks with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled tanks, and the wine ages in barrels for eighteen months before bottling.
Marchese Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva Tignanello 2015 1.5L
Luscious cherries and tart berries dance against a backdrop of new saddle leather, freshly pressed herbs, violet petals, warm baking spices, cigar wrapper and wisps of vanilla, cocoa powder and smoke in this gracious ’15 Chianti Classico Riserva. This wine balances its sweet inner perfume with vivid acidity and lots of fine-grained, polished tannins; a sturdy mineral core reverberates on the lingering, extended finish. A product of its lovely growing season, this ’15 Chianti Classico shows exquisite balance between its bright acidity and sweet, succulent fruit, as well as lovely structure for the long haul. A blend of 90% Sangiovese and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, the grapes derive from Antinori’s Tenuta Tignanello estate in the Chianti Classico production zone. The grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about ten days; the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation in French oak, and it ages for 14 months in a combination of French and Hungarian oak, followed by a year in bottle.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Bianco Secco 2014 1.5L
The old Roman adage “baccus amat colles,” or “Baccus loves the hills” is rarely more true than in 2014, which threw cold, rainy weather at Italy’s winemakers; fortunately, the Veneto saw a warm, sunny harvest, which gave Quintarelli a healthy, small crop of intense berries for its Bianco Secco. Classic and crisp, he ’14 Bianco Secco wafts with crushed white flowers, citrus and orchard fruits, a touch of honeyed spice and a nice core of minerals. Fresh yet flavorful, the wine’s palate unfolds with nuance and sophistication, revealing myriad notes and an enchanting inner perfume. Stunning and blonde, Quintarelli’s value-conscious white, Bianco Secco, is a seductive blend of Garganega, Trebbiano Toscano, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Saorin.