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$18.00Light straw yellow in color with bright notes of white peach and yellow flowers, with hints of sweet spices. Nicely evolving creaminess on the palate brings out notes of candied apple and white peach, elegantly balanced with a crisp minerality.
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Barone Fini’s flagship wine is its Valdadige DOC Pinot Grigio. 100% hand harvested grapes are selected from the esteemed wine producing region of Valdadige located in the pristine northern Italian Alps.
Our Pinot Grigio showcases aromas of floral and lemon mist with ripe juicy flavors of honeydew and apple filling the mouth. Bright acidity balanced with warm minerality create a lingering crisp finish.
Our Valdadige Pinot Grigio has a DOC designation, Italy’s highest classification for quality, since 1975.
This incredibly versatile wine can be enjoyed alone, as an aperitif, or paired with a variety of cuisines such as seafood, pasta and poultry.
Color: Typicall straw, yellow with light green nuances
Aroma: Ample, fruity, slight aromatic and long lasting.
Flavor: Soft, full bodied, fresh and dry.
Food pairing: Great with fish, pasta and seafood.
Appetizers indeed! A variety of cheese from soft and decadent Brie to hard cheeses with a hint of salt. A natural companion to virtually fresh Gulf reef fish.
Pinot Grigio has become so ubiquitous and most usually served over-chilled it frequently earns a “Seinfeld” inspired “yada-yada.” Detail-oriented wine drinkers will realize the unique character of this Pinot Grigio when served at its ultimate best temperature of 46-60 degrees F. In this range, the full spectrum of aromas and flavors emerge. The result is bright, crisp wine that is truly expressive of it native Friuli.
Intense bright yellow. Peach, pineapple, pear and orange. The palate intrigues with aromatic tones that include ginger, honeysuckle, acacia flowers, almonds and orange blossom. It finishes long and rich with a more floral complexity.
100% Prosecco grapes from vines in the hilly area between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. The grapes undergo fermentation using the Charmat process, which is repeated throughout the year in order to guarantee freshness and quality consistency. Straw yellow in color with fine perlage, the nose is fruity and crisp with mellow floral flavors.
Comes in a convenient single serve bottle
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Summer and Bubbles were made for each other! Enjoy 6 different types of Sparkling wines to pair with your summer celebrations!
6 pack includes one bottle of each Schramsberg Blanc de Noir, Jaume Serra Cristalino Brut Rosé, Veuve du Vernay Brut, Bocelli Prosecco, Chandon Brut, Lucien Albrect Cremant D'Alsace
Classic aromas of Sauvignon Blanc from Friuli: Peppers, tomato leaf with varied sweet and enveloping characteristics. Fresh and lively with lingering persistence.
Ideal as aperitif, great with soups, cold cuts and savory fish dishes.
94 Points Expressive and smooth, this hits all the right notes, with pure black cherry, black currant and violet flavors. Touches of earth, iron and tobacco add complexity. Shows fine harmony and length. Best from 2020 through 2036. 25,000 cases made.
Colterenzio is one of the newest wineries in South Tyrol, composed of over 300 families working together. This is a new-generation cooperative that smashes preconceptions, proving that a humble “coop” can consistently deliver some of the most transparent, expressive wines in the top flight region of Alto Aldige.
Member-winegrowers farm their grapes on a total of 300 hectares; the vineyards are located in one of the best wine growing sub-districts of Alto Adige, on altitudes ranging from 230 to 650 meters with 12 different varieties cultivated. Ecology is a driving principle here – Farming is sustainable and the winery was built with permaculture in mind.
50% Corvina and Corvinone, 30% Rondinella, 15% Sangiovese Grosso, 5% Molinara
A traditional Valpolicella with a scant 15 percent Sangiovese Rosso, Italy’s flagship grape variety, creates a crowd-pleasing
taste of the Veneto. The “youngest” of winemaker Luca Fedrigo’s characteristically bold blends, Rosso del Veronese is the sexy two-seater sports car among the portfolio’s “luxury” labels. San- giovese fattens up the wine and makes it both interesting and age worthy. The grape amps up the blend’s flavor profile and brings the addition of dark cherries and a teasing hint of lavender. The finish outperforms for a medium-bodied wine, hanging on amid gripping tannins. Bold fruit, a long finish, Rosso del Veronese is a seductive bottle among Fedrigo’s range.
Food pairing: Keep the menu old-school traditional for this fun wine: Spaghetti and meatballs, veal parmigiana, roasted leg of lamb, grilled steak with sauteed mushrooms.
The sediment in the bottle is naturally occurring. Most sparkling wines go through a disgorgement – the process of removing the yeast sediment for a clear wine. We feel that the sediment protects the wine naturally and gives it more flavor.
This style of wine is often referred to as a “Pet Nat,” short- hand for the French term “Pétillant Naturel,” a “natural spar- kling” wine, or Méthode Ancestrale, because it is believed to be a very ancient style of winemaking.
The flavors encompass orange blossom, mandarin peel, fresh bread, and red berries like raspberry and cherry. If you like the sediment, gently turn upside-down before opening. If you don’t want sediment in your glass, chill the wine upright and pour off until you reach the sediment at the bottom then stop.
$155.99 $181.00Travel the wine globe with this Weekender! 12 bottles of mixed varietals from all over the world. Italy, France, Australia, United States, Portugal, Spain, South Africa, Chile & Germany! Includes 6 red wines and 6 white wines.
This Pinot Grigio packs a punch with rich citrus fruits and a full backbone of acidity. The color a pale yellow hue; the nose has a fine bouquet of citrus fruits with a pallet consisting of citrus and well-balanced acid making it a refreshing experience.
This will delight lovers of crisp white wines, but what the 2019 really homed in on is what we like best about it: those mouthwatering hints of Italian terroir, dried citrus peel, and almonds. The white wine of Barolo country, this is a fantastic showing and a serious value.
Crisp like Sancerre, but with the deceptive weightiness of top Chardonnay this white bursts with haute appeal and best-in-class pedigree.
Dense and intensely flavored, with violet, black currant, blackberry, graphite, wild herb and spice aromas and flavors, this is concentrated and solidly built, yet also harmonious, vibrant and pure. Approachable now, but should be better in a few years. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2021 through 2035. 5,000 cases imported.
$14.00Full bodied, with flavors of mature red fruits, dried prunes and earthy herbs. The tannins are soft and smooth giving this wine a velvety mouthfeel.
$20.00Campogrande is straw yellow in color. Aromas on the nose are intense; it presents pleasant fruity sensations of apples and citrus fruits that blend with floral notes of orange blossoms. On the palate it is soft, fresh with a mineral finish and fruity aftertaste.
Color: Deep straw yellow with golden reflections
Bouquet: Musk and peach, with deeper notes of honey and white flower
Palate: Light, with an agile and elegant – yet compact – structure. Medium freshness and low minerality make this wine a pleasure to drink.
$20.00This Sicilian white wine has a straw yellow color. The nose presents a fresh and fruity bouquet with notes of white-fleshed fruits (peach) combined with scents of wildflowers. On the palate we find the evident fruity note again, refreshed by agreeable sapidity. It finishes with good persistence.
$72.00Great wine with intense aromas and balanced tannins that is able to express all the characteristics of the “terroir” in quality and typicality in the selection of clones in addition to the choice of the sunniest terrain with the best location.