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Fantinel Brut Rose NV 750ml
Fantinel Brut Rose NV 750ml
Price: $19.80
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Dry yet seductive, Fantinel Brut Rosé shows a pale pink color in the glass, where it sparkles with a really nice perlage that warms the palate. A burst of acidity gives it a fresh mouth-feel and hints of berries follow in this bright, dry, refreshing yet rich Rosé sparkler. Fantinel makes this Rosé in the charmat, or tank method, in which the wine undergoes a secondary fermentation in bulk tanks and is bottled under pressure. Crafted from Pinot Nero and Chardonnay, this wine is all about charm, cherries and berries, and nicely floral aromatics. Showing just the right balance and texture with an appealing lively long finish, this rosé sparkler makes appetizers, brunch or light fare sing.
Frecciarossa Pinot Nero Bianco Sillery 2015 750ml
Frecciarossa Pinot Nero Bianco Sillery 2015 750ml
Price: $21.99
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Crushed red berries and white-flesh stone fruits dance with spices, balsamic herbs, and pressed white flowers in this enveloping, lively ’15 Pinot Nero Bianco. This wine layers its silky texture on a sturdy acidic spine, offering a scintillating oscillation between sweet fruit and lively freshness. This food-friendly wine accompanies dishes from cream-based seafood dishes to hard cheeses and sautéed vegetables with aplomb. Only the best grapes are used for Frecciarossa’s whites, including this Pinot Nero, grown in 3.5 acres of calcareous vineyards. After a soft pressing, fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks. A mono-varietal Pinot Nero, or Pinot Noir, this straw-yellow wine is an unusual, complex and vibrant spin on the traditionally red wine grape.
Movia Puro Rose 2000 750ml
Movia Puro Rose 2000 750ml
Price: $49.99

Pale salmon color and wafting with delicate scents of raspberries and mushrooms, the 2000 Puro Rosé shows rustic elegance and a satisfying, weighty complexity. At once vibrant and silky, this wine conveys its notes of orchard and berry fruits on a backbone of saline minerality, offering a unique, dynamic drinking experience. Relying on natural yeasts, primary fermentation takes place in large tanks, and second fermentation occurs in barriques; the wine is bottled after four years, undisgorged. Movia Puro Rosé derives from biodynamically grown very old-vine Pinot Nero, and Ales Kristancic, Movia's owner, has chosen to ship this sparkler without removing the naturally occurring yeast plug that other winemakers remove after the second fermentation; click here to see how to open Puro underwater, or simply leave the naturally occurring yeast in for flavor and enhanced terroir.
Bruno Giacosa Spumante Brut 2004 750ml
Bruno Giacosa Spumante Brut 2004 750ml
Price: $50.10
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Made from 100% Pinot Noir grown in Lombardia, Giacosa's Brut Spumante is made in the traditional Champagne method and a blanc des noirs style. Ripe fruit is complimented by a twist of minerality and an alluringly creamy texture. One of the greatest sparklers in all of Italy.  First bottled in 1983, the initial fermentation of this sparkler is carried out in stainless steel. Following secondary fermentation in bottle and hand riddling, the wine ages on the lees for a period of 24 to 30 months prior to release. Subtly delineated by scents of fruit and yeast, Giacosa's Brut is elegant and marked by a persistent perlage; it is dry and lively on the palate.
Movia Puro Rose 2003 750ml
Movia Puro Rose 2003 750ml
Price: $52.99

Vivacious and elegant, the ’03 Puro Rosé layers its orchard fruits with tropical notes, complements its succulent berry tones with crushed slate, and sprinkles the nose with wildflowers and forest floor. This wine unfurls to reveal a palate that oscillates between juicy fruits and satisfying mushroom notes, and it builds to a resounding, brilliant finish. Relying on natural yeasts, primary fermentation takes place in large tanks, and second fermentation occurs in barriques; the wine is bottled after four years, undisgorged. Movia Puro Rosé derives from biodynamically grown very old-vine Pinot Nero, and Ales Kristancic, Movia's owner, has chosen to ship this sparkler without removing the naturally occurring yeast plug that other winemakers remove after the second fermentation; click here to see how to open Puro underwater, or simply leave the naturally occurring yeast in for flavor and enhanced terroir.
(Antinori) Castello della Sala Pinot Nero 2015 750ml
(Antinori) Castello della Sala Pinot Nero 2015 750ml
Price: $59.99

2015 saw a temperate, sunny vintage at Castello della Sala, Antinori’s Umbrian estate, and this Pinot Nero reflects its year in its balanced, vibrant, and finessed profile. Red and blue fruits are framed by crushed river rocks, wildflower petals, baking spices, and a touch of earth in this elegant, full-bodied wine. This ’15 Pinot Nero finds admirable balance among its elements, and it reveals surprising complexity as it builds to a mineral-laden crescendo. The grapes for this wine spend ten days macerating on the skins in stainless steel; then, they're fermented in temperature-controlled barrels, followed by malolactic fermentation and aging for around eight months in barrique and another fifteen in bottle before release.
Fontodi Pinot Nero Case Via 2014 750ml
Fontodi Pinot Nero Case Via 2014 750ml
Price: $86.99
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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 2009 750ml
Fontodi Pinot Nero Case Via 2009 750ml
Price: $89.99
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Upon release, the ’09 Pinot Nero showed tremendous promise in its sheer muscle and beguiling purity. Now with almost a decade of age, its sweet fruits, bright acidity, burly tannins and savory earth have found their balance, and this wine is a sheer delight. Big and energetic, this wine swaggers across the palate with energy, filling the mouth with a brocade-like texture; as powerful as it is, this 2009 retains its precision, showing beautiful detail in its sustained 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 2013 750ml
Fontodi Pinot Nero Case Via 2013 750ml
Price: $92.99

2013 was a benchmark vintage for Super Tuscans, and Fontodi’s ’13 Pinot Nero reflects its outstanding year in its radiant fruit, detailed palate and expressive finish. Layers of minerals frame the juicy red fruits, warm spices, crushed wildflowers, licorice and sun-warmed loam in this sophisticated bottling. Bright yet caressing, this Pinot Nero is a sublime evocation of its benchmark year. 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 2012 750ml
Fontodi Pinot Nero Case Via 2012 750ml
Price: $92.99
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One of the finest vintages of Fontodi’s Pinot Nero, the 2012 shows tension and balance among its elements, offsetting its ripe fruit with acidic drive, its sweet notes with a savory bass-line, and its enchanting perfume with a textured feel. Fresh-cut herbs, baking spices, wildflowers and earth frame the pure red fruits in this elegant wine that has stellar texture, verve and polish. Enjoyable now or years down the road, this wine is gorgeous. 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.