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Sandro Fay Rosso di Valtellina Tei 2012 750ml
Soft, fruity, and round, this Rosso is Sandro Fay’s calling card to the estate’s unusual northern Italian Valtellina terroir. Juicy red and black berries, wildflowers, cedar, and fresh-cut herbs burst on the nose, while the palate is light, tart, and delicious--this is an easy-drinking red! This blend of 90% Nebbiolo with the remainder composed of Merlot, Brugnola, Rossola and Pignola derives from a south-facing vineyard and ferments in temperature-controlled stainless steel and ages in oak barrels.
Donnas Vallee d'Aosta Rosso 2010 750ml
Tangy, silky, balanced and lithe, this ’10 Alpine Rosso offers tremendous bang for its buck. A blend of 85% Picotendro (the local name for Nebbiolo) and the rest split up between local varieties Freisa and Neyret, this wine complements its dusty tannins from the Nebbiolo with juicy, pure red fruit, provided by the other two components. Grown in rocky soils on steep slopes, this Rosso is considered to be the Barolo or Barbaresco of Vallee d’Aosta. Aged for at least two years in 25 HL oak casks, the wine gives a beautiful nose full of violets and dried cherries followed with forest smoke, and as it opens in the glass, coffee mixes with minerality, showing the terroir of a wine deriving from vineyards carved out of the rocky Alps. Bright, elegant and surprisingly full-bodied, this ’10 Rosso could be your new summertime go-to red.
Rocche dei Manzoni Bricco Manzoni 2009 750ml
Let's just put it on the table: this ’09 Bricco Manzoni is a gorgeous, food-loving red from one of Barolo's most iconic producers. Rocche dei Manzoni’s Valentino Migliorini inspired Piemonte winemakers to rethink Barolo and to move beyond Nebbiolo; Bricco Manzoni, a blend of 80% Nebbiolo and 20% Barbera, embodies both those ideals. Dark purple, lively and charming, the '09 Bricco Manzoni might be the ultimate dinner companion. Delicious brambly fruits mix with white pepper, sage and underbrush, while tannins and acids coexist in peaceful harmony. This wine ferments in temperature-controlled steel, and then ages for two years in barriques, followed by a year in bottle before release. Just over 2,000 cases made.
Rocche dei Manzoni Bricco Manzoni 2006 750ml
Big, intense and rich, the ’06 Bricco Manzoni bursts with red and blue fruit, underbrush, licorice, scorched earth, crushed flower petals and spice-box. This is a serious Super-Piemontese wine, and it shows its thoughtfulness in its exquisite balance, velvety tannins and long, lingering finish. Structured for longevity, this wine will drink for decades. Rocche dei Manzoni’s Valentino Migliorini inspired Piemonte winemakers to rethink Barolo and to move beyond Nebbiolo; Bricco Manzoni, a blend of 80% Nebbiolo and 20% Barbera, embodies both those ideals. Debuting in 1976, this pioneering blend initiated the Langhe Rosso movement. Aged for two years in barrique, Bricco Manzoni offers an exemplary illustration of the Super-Piemonte concept, softening Nebbiolo’s edges with acidic, genial Barbera. Allow this wine to breathe for two hours and experience what these two grapes offer in tandem. Just over 2,000 cases made.
Gaja Sito Moresco 2015 750ml
Gaja’s addition to the “Super-Piemontese” genre, Sito Moresco combines sweet fruit, delicate herbaceous notes, chewy tannins and a full body to offer an affordable, precise and deliciously unique red wine experience. This blend of almost equal parts Nebbiolo, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon derives from several of Gaja’s vineyards as well as the estate’s “Sito Moresco” site located in Barbaresco. Each grape varietal ferments separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about two weeks; after blending, the wine ages for 18 months in barrique, followed by at least six months in bottle before release.
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.
Berta Elisi Grappa NV 750ml
Clean, warming, and intense, the Elisi Grappa wafts with scents of chocolate-wrapped cherry, orchard fruits, caramel, toasted nuts and a kiss of spice. This Grappa feels silky and rich in the mouth, suffusing the palate with flavor notes, elegant alcohol, and just a touch of sweetness--it’s a finely balanced liqueur that caps a delicious dinner with deft balance and perfect heat. Crafting the non-vintage Elisi is a two-step process; first, Berta distills the component grape pomaces in copper pots and ages the component wines in oak, and then the distillery assembles a blend of 50% five-year-old Barbera grappa with 25% each eight-year-old Nebbiolo Grappa and three-year-old Cabernet Sauvignon Grappa; after the blend has been composed, the Elisi Grappa ages for a year in oak.
Gaja Barbaresco 2008 750ml
A Barbaresco that honors Angelo Gaja’s winemaking heritage, this pure mono-varietal Nebbiolo Barbaresco constitutes the sole “proper” Barbaresco in Gaja’s wine portfolio. Silky, sensuous, and unabashedly earthy, this Barbaresco blends Nebbio grapes from fourteen vineyards to create a traditional, dense, age-worthy and elegant expression with the kind of balance and finish to make you swoon. Figs, smoke, licorice, underbrush and super-saturated fruit make the Gaja Barbaresco a wine for all seasons, and all connoisseurs’ cellars.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Rosso del Bepi 2008 750ml
Rich, textured, racy and complex, the ’08 Rosso del Bepi wafts from the glass with an explosion of berries, cherries, and figs, all complemented by incense, tobacco, cigar wrapper, umami and earth. This is an intense, hedonistic wine that earns the Quintarelli name--in fact, it’s so good, we don’t quite understand why the estate chose to declassify its ’08 Amarone and bottle the Rosso del Bepi instead! Silky, layered, mineral-laden and nicely weighty, this wine glides across the palate with the brocade-like texture that has made Quintarelli’s Amarone so beloved. A blend of 55% Corvina and Corvinone, 30% Rondinella, and the remainder Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Nebbiolo, Croatina, and Sangiovese, the grapes for this wine ferment with natural yeasts for 45 days, and the wine ages in oak barrels for about seven years before bottling. Quintarelli produced its rare and delicious Rosso del Bepi in only five previous vintages: 1994, 1996 1999, 2002, and 2005.
Gaja Barbaresco 2012 750ml
Superbly balanced, this ’12 Barbaresco places its transparent Nebbiolo fruit on a foundation of fresh-cut herbs, pepper, crushed flowers and wet river rocks. As it crosses the palate, this Barbaresco reveals tempting sweet inner perfumes that complement its chewy, fine-grained tannins; altogether, it’s a finessed classic bottling that will appeal to enthusiasts of traditional Barbaresco. A mono-varietal Nebbiolo and the only wine that adheres to DOCG regimen, this Barbaresco honors Gaja’s winemaking heritage in its blending across eight separate vineyards for this bottling. Gaja ferments each vineyard lot separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about three weeks, and malolactic fermentation occurs in barrique. After fermentation, the separate wines mature for a year in barrique; Gaja makes its final blend, and the wine ages in botti for another year before bottling.