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Adam Pinot Grigio 2014 750ml
Your eye may be struck by its kinetic surfer label, your wallet may appreciate its price, but IWM is willing to bet that your palate will love this fresh, zippy, seriously fun Pinot Grigio from Adam. This is no watered-down Pinot; it’s crisp, mineral laden, and kissed with ripe fruit; a lovely golden yellow flecked with cinnamon highlights give illustration to the uniqueness of this pure, fresh, stainless-steel-aged Pinot Grigio. Quaffable, mellow, and intensely perfumed, this true Friulian Pinot Grigio goes down delightfully, offering a lovely complement to a wide variety of summer foods--or as a simple sipper by itself.
Maculan Pino e Toi 2017 750ml
Crisp orchard fruits and succulent stone fruits dance with crushed river rocks, white flowers, and a touch of spice in this zesty, zippy, and utterly quaffable ’17 Pino e Toi. Aromatic and energetic, this wine shimmers on the palate, powering to a mouth-watering mineral finish that’s touched with notes of tropical fruits. Ideal for appetizers, light lunches, and seafood dishes, this white is a palate-pleasing, wallet-friendly hit. A blend of 60% Tai (the local name for Friulano), 25% Pinot Bianco, and 15% Pinot Grigio grown in limestone-rich, volcanic soils, grapes ferment separately in stainless steel, and the various component wines age for four months in stainless steel before assembling the blend and bottling.
Attems Pinot Grigio Ramato Rose 2017 750ml
Rainier cherries, cantaloupe, and white peaches dance on a bed of crushed flower petals, bitter almond, and lime zest in the captivating 2017 Pinot Grigio Ramato Rosé. A traditional bottling of this time-honored Friulian wine, this 2017 Ramato Rosé weds its sweet fruits with mouth-watering acidity, and its electric energy with satisfying weightiness. It’s a perfect wine to serve with appetizers, light summer fare, prosciutto-wrapped melon, vegetarian pastas or cold seafood salads. Deriving from the estate’s pebbly, hilly vineyards in the Veneto’s Collio region, the Pinot Grigio grapes ferment in temperature-controlled vats with skin contact for ten to twelve hours before pressing, which gives the wine its alluring coppery hue; the wine ferments in steel for about two weeks, and it ages on the lees for four months before bottling.
De Conciliis Donnaluna Fiano 2014 750ml
Complex, zesty and mineral-laden, this ’14 Fiano layers its orchard fruits with crushed rocks, acacia honey, and herbs. Weighty yet fresh, this wine whooshes across the palate with mineral-driven energy, building to a saline finish that complements the wine’s sweet inner perfume of honeyed fruit. Heftier and more complex than Pinot Grigio, wilder than Chardonnay, De Conciliis’ organic Fiano ferments and ages in stainless steel to better articulate its unique Campanian terroir; it’s one of our favorite value Italian white wines.
Movia Pinot Grigio 2013 750ml
Movia's ‘13 Pinot Grigio shows the gorgeous, three-dimensional texture of this grape. This medium to full-bodied white delivers generous lychee and pineapple, acacia honey, a shock of minerality, and a crème brûlée creaminess. Fresh yet caressing, this wine wraps the palate with lush complexity and fresh acidity. Deriving from biodynamically tended 35-year-old vines, the grapes for this wine ferment with natural yeasts in tank, with a secondary fermentation occurring in barrique; the wine ages in French oak for eighteen months and rests in bottle for four months before release.
Movia Pinot Grigio 2007, 750ml
Movia’s of version Pinot Grigio gives the grape a gorgeous, three-dimensional texture. This full-bodied white delivers generous lychee and pineapple, acacia honey, a shock of minerality, and a crème brûlée creaminess. Like a gorgeous blond with a Ph.D. in astrophysics, Movia’s Pinot Grigio is a white wine of mind-blowing beautiful complexity and depth. Drinking for the next five years, maybe longer.
Chateau de la Maltroye Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Clos Chateau Rouge 2014 750ml
A bit on the feral, sauvage side, this ’14 Clos du Château Rouge holds its juicy red and blue fruits with a brooding grip, flanking them with menthol, oak, underbrush and earth. Fine-grained, polished tannins, a sweet inner perfume, and a layered, nuanced finish complete the experience of this stellar Pinot Noir bottling. The grapes for this wine enjoy temperature-controlled fermentation, and the wine ages in barrel for 14 to 18 months before bottling. Chassagne Rouge lives in the shadows of the whites but these wines should certainly get more attention as they offer remarkable freshness, complexity and elegance.
Fontodi Pinot Nero Case Via 2014 750ml
Round, genial and welcoming, the ’14 Pinot Nero from Fontodi wafts from the glass in a profusion of red and blue fruits, underbrush, wildflowers, grilled herbs and spices. Enjoyable almost upon release, this wine snuggles the palate with polished tannins and builds to a beautiful, seamless finish. Deriving from a shady and cool 2.5-acre southwest-facing vineyard in the heart of Chianti’s Conca d’Oro, the grapes for this Pinot Nero vinify with indigenous yeasts in traditional wooden vats, and the wine ages in barrels for two years before release.
Fontodi Pinot Nero Case Via 2010 750ml
Darkly beautiful and brooding, the ’10 Pinot Nero oozes from the glass with fistfuls of ripe, succulent red and blue fruits, sun-warmed earth, kisses of potpourri, grilled herbs, and touches of underbrush and spice. This is an unabashedly sensual bottling of Fontodi’s cru Pinot Nero, and it coats the palate with copious dry extract as it builds to a resonant, lingering finish. Deriving from a shady and cool 2.5-acre southwest-facing vineyard in the heart of Chianti’s Conca d’Oro, the grapes for this Pinot Nero vinify with indigenous yeasts in traditional wooden vats, and the wine ages in barrels for two years before release.
Gravner Breg Anfora 2003 750ml
A blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Riesling Italico, Breg’s grapes that sit macerating on their skins from fall until spring. This technique that gives Breg its big, elusive mouth-feel, its mesmerizing saffron hue, and its palate that shifts seamlessly between fruit, spice, minerals and earth. The ’03 Breg, the product of a hot, dry growing season, is remarkably balanced, exquisitely textured and shockingly fresh. This is a wine for the long haul, with velvety tannins that hold the tongue in a sensual grip.