Tasting Notes: A blend of pinot noir and chardonnay, with the secondary fermentation in the bottle, there is a lot to enjoy. After 20 months of aging in the bottle, the nose and palate enjoy an attractive complexity, with subtle red fruit at its core. A superb and lengthy finish lingers on.
Tasting Notes: Brilliant pink in the glass, this bend of glera, with a touch of pinot nero, has plenty to offer. Fresh red fruit and a floral note highlight the nose, while the palate follows with the same profile, but adding a smooth texture, with a long and lingering finish.
Tasting Notes: A wine that can exceed your expectations. The 2013 took a few minutes to open up, but when it did, it was singing. The aromatics of earth, tobacco and leather were met on the palate with rustic notes of fruit and tannin. I was actually sad when I realized the bottle was empty.
Tasting Notes: Upon opening the bottle, you are immediately welcomed with bready aromas of yeast and toasted bread. Tasting this Extra Brut sparkler, it shows plenty of stone fruit on the palate, short mousse, but lingering finish.
Tasting Notes: With a touch of pinot noir to provide the brilliant pink notes in the glass, the nose radiates with notes of tree and delicate berry fruit. The texture and finish provide a subtle elegance. A great wine, at a great price.
Tasting Notes: A dazzling white from Puglia. Floral aromas blossom from the glass, showing hints of pear and orange rind. Medium weight on the palate with mouthwatering crushed pineapple, creamy white peach and lemon to seduce the palate. Long and generous on the refreshing finish. One of the finest Verdeca’s we have found.
Tasting Notes: Just to be clear, this is no ordinary pinot grigio. The Collio region of Italy, which shares a border with Slovenia, is home to some of the finest pinot grigio producers in the world. Pighin is no exception, as demonstrated by this superb wine. Pale yellow, the nose and palate are dominated by tropical fruit, with floral hints. Wonderfully versatile.
Tasting Notes: Not too far from Verona, the Soave Classico is renown for its white wines. This single cru Soave Classico ticks off all of the great wine boxes. Brilliant straw in the glass, with notes of tree fruit with floral notes. A lovely, delicious wine.
Tasting Notes: Floral and fresh on the nose, crisp and slightly honeyed on the palate, showing its stainless-steel aging. Notes of Granny Smith apple, and volcanic soil. Long, lingering, mouthwatering finish.