Tasting Notes: From the most northerly and cooled subzone of Chianti, composed of 100% sangiovese. This single-vineyard wine has hallmark clay, bright roasted cherry aromas and flavors on a powerful structure — screaming for Bolognese sauce or lasagna.
Tasting Notes: Intense aromas of blackberries and ripe wild berries. Fresh, lively and frizzante with a soft, lingering finish. Highly versatile. A great aperitif and equally splendid with tomato sauces, classic Italian dishes and spicy foods.
Tasting Notes: An overriding fruit-forward wine that still offers finesse and floral notes. The focus of this wine is on dark cherries and the silky-smooth texture that carries on through the lengthy finish.
Tasting Notes: Luscious and powerful, this Ripasso is rich and packed with raspberry, and dark cherry notes. Not to be outdone, the striking tannins and smooth texture balance this extracted, full-bodied wine.
Tasting Notes: A stunning balance of acid, tannin, earth, fruit and herbs. The licorice and rose jump out of the glass like you expect from a Barolo Cherry and plum start to showcase in the mid-palate, and then the chalky tannins take hold and start to evolve the flavors to herbs and nutmeg spice. This wine keeps delivering, transforming into blackberries and leather long after the first sip.
Tasting Notes: This Chianti is delicious It is ripe, refined with dark cherry, aromas of herbs, coffee and vanilla. Medium-bodied, rich tannins, bright acid, with ripe red fruit and a little lemon zest It is dry, satisfying, has fruit of good intensity and flavor Classico indeed!
Tasting Notes: Intense aromas that exude from the glass. Licorice and leather with balsamic and dried cherries are in the forefront. As you sip on this wine, the dried raspberries, rose petal, olive and mineral slate notes come forward. Clove and bitter chocolate come out on this long, long finish. The tannins are structured and need a little time in the glass to soften. A wonderful example of great quality Amarone. Enjoy with roasted or cured meats.