Today, I'm proud to continue our streak of introducing the 2008 Brunello with the wines from a man who needs no introduction, Angelo Gaja. While we've been carrying two of his Pieve Santa Restituta Brunello, its vineyard-specific Rennina and its cru Sugarille, for awhile now, the estate's basic Brunello is a more recent addition--and it is stunning. All three of these beautiful Brunellos show both Gaja's mastery and the greatness of the 2010 vintage. Each one is individual, and together this trio shows you a full horizon of this exceptional vintage.
Along with these three Brunellos, I'm very pleased to introduce a new wine from the Antinori family, its San Giovanni Della Sala Orvieto Classico Superiore from the 2013 vintage. Antinori has had a home in Umbria since the '40s, and while my clients are familiar with the estate's Cervaro della Sala Chardonnay, its dessert wine Muffato della Sala and even its Pinot Noir, this is the first time I've offered the Orvieto. It's simply delicious, and I know you're going to love it.
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