• Zenato

    Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG · Veneto

    Zenato Amarone is a blend of Corvina and Rondinella, with a touch of Croatina and Oseleta. Corvina lends marasca cherry flavor. Rondinella contributes dark color and an alluring floral note. Oseleta provides tannic structure and minerality; while Croatina is introduced to add youthful fruitiness. The wine is immediately approachable yet unmistakably ageworthy. Aromas of dried black cherries, cassis, truffles, and chocolate fudge leap out of the glass. Silky, luscious, and complex, with a lingering finish.

  • Altesino

    Brunello di Montalcino DOCG · Tuscany

    Brunello is considered among Italy’s top-quality wines. Made from 100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes hand-harvested from the Altesino, Castelnuovo dell’Abate, Macina, and Pianezzine vineyards, this wine is an example of finesse and elegance inherent to Montalcino’s best vineyard sites. This wine’s bouquet displays ample aromas of violet, wild berries, tobacco, chocolate, and vanilla. On the palate, Altesino Brunello is rich, full-bodied, and velvety.

  • G.D. Vajra

    “ALBE” Barolo DOCG · Piemonte

    Barolo Albe has a bright, expressive nose. Red currant, cherries, macerated strawberries and mint are interlaced with floral tones and hints of rosehip, rhubarb, red fig, hawthorn, lavender and licorice. The palate is generous, layered and youthful, with ripe tannins and a classic finish on tones of marasca cherry.

  • Castello Di Nieve

    Barbaresco DOCG · Piemonte

    The grapes for this wine come from some of the most-respected vineyards in the Barbaresco DOCG (Gallina, Messoirano, Valtorta, and a part of Santo Stefano). It is made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes grown on vines that average 30 years of age. aromas of red fruits and cassis are complemented by delicate hints of licorice, smoke, and caramel. The tannins in this wine are central to the mouth feel.

  • Zenato

    Valpolicella Superiore · Veneto

    This Valpolicella Superiore is a soft, supple example of this classic wine. Made predominately from Corvina, this wine displays the ripe black cherry flavors for which the grape is known. Ruby red in color, this Valpolicella Superiore offers fleshy aromas of wild berries, black currants, black cherries, and spices, with hints of chocolate. On the palate, the wine is dry and robust with velvety texture.

  • Gran Passione

    Rosso Merlot IGT · Veneto

    This wine is crafted in the tradition of “Apassimento,” the same style as Amarone wines of the region. This technique has its roots in an ancient past dating back to the Roman era. Gran Passione is full-bodied with a solid structure due to the elevated alcohol and fine balance between soft tannins and acidity from rich red and black fruits. A great wine with roasted and grilled meats.

  • Tua Rita

    Rosso dei Notri · “SUPER TUSCAN” · Tuscany

    This youthful offering from Tua Rita is 50% Sangiovese and 50% blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah from vineyards in the foothills of Suvereto, a small hilltop village in Tuscany. The wine is aged for three months in French oak barriques and stainless steel tanks. Aromas of blackberries, plums and ripe black cherries, with subtle notes of cocoa, licorice and sweet spice. On the palate, the wine is smooth, with silky tannins and bracing acidity, showing structural balance long into the finish.

  • Valle Reale

    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo · Abruzzo

    The organic Montepulciano grapes that produce this wine are sourced from two separate vineyards: Popoli and Capestrano. Capestrano’s soaring summer temperatures and silty soils yield richness and structure. The rocky and exposed terrain of Popoli bestows fragrance and freshness. This youthful red offers aromas of blueberries, cherries, licorice, and sweet spices. Medium-bodied with plentiful acidity.

  • Pico Maccario

    “Lavignone” Barbera d’Asti · Piemonte

    Pico Maccario is a Barbera specialist located in the town of Mombaruzzo in the heart of Piedmont’s Barbera d’Asti DOCG. This wine is bright and aromatic wine with aromas and flavors of red cherries, violets and wild herbs. Soft tannins and a moderate level of alcohol and medium weight.

  • Castello Di Bossi

    Chianti Classico DOCG · Tuscany

    Biodynamic — Deep, ruby-red in color, this Chianti Classico offers aromas of ripe cherries and red plums, with subtle notes of toasted vanilla beans and purple flowers. On the palate, the wine displays a superbly structured character with bright acidity and a pleasantly savory finish.

  • Palladio

    “Organic” Chianti DOCG · Tuscany

    Made with organic grapes — This Chianti is bright ruby red, offering inviting aromas of black cherries, blueberries and elderberries, with undertones of tobacco and cracked black pepper. On the palate, this Chianti is fresh and easygoing, with soft tannins, refreshing acidity and a persistent finish.

  • Di Majo Norante

    Sangiovese Terre Degli Osci IGT · Molise

    Biodynamic — Bright red in color, aromas of violets and red berries complement undertones of leather and anise. On the palate, this wine is dry and mellow with smooth tannins.

  • Tramin

    Pinot Noir · Alto Adige

    Ruby-red in color, this wine offers concentrated aromas of woodland berry fruits. On the palate, the wine boasts a firm backbone of tannin and an elegant body with impressive length.