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Chianti Caligiano D.O.C.G.

In the Pisan hills we produce this modern-style Chianti which joins the Tuscan character of the Sangiovese grape to the international personality of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. A marriage which gives a highly pleasurable and balanced wine.

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Rosso dei Poggi Supertuscan I.G.T.

A wine of simple and fragrant drinking pleasure, a typical expression of the Sangiovese of the Pisan hills, a wine which drinks well throughout the entire meal.

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Taneto Supertuscan I.G.T.

Tuscan terroir is suitable for many different grape varieties, but several give particularly  expressive  results  in  certain  microzones.  This  is  the  case  with  Syrah  in  our  microclimate which, together with Merlot and the typically territorial personality of Sangiovese, gives an original and complex wine.

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N'Antia Supertuscan I.G.T

N'Antia Supertuscan (Cabernet S & Franc/Merlot) 2010

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Chianti Tutto La Collina D.O.C.G.

Chianti Tutto La Collina 2011

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Chianti Classico Rocca di Montegrossi

Chianti Classico Rocca di Montegrossi 2014 90/92RP D.O.C.G. 750 ml

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Chianti Classico Vigneto San Marcellino

Chianti Classico Vigneto San Marcellino 2009/2011 93RP D.O.C.G. 750 ml

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Le Berne Rosso di Montelpuciano D.O.C. 2012/2013

Vino Rosso has always been produced in Montepulciano, but it obtained DOC certification only in 1989. It is made with the same kinds of grapes used to produce Vino Nobile, but it is younger than Vino Nobile. Its colour is ruby red tending to purple and it has a fruity and winy perfume, which is also well balanced, persistent and slightly tannic. Vino Rosso is fit for all foods, we suggest to drink it with “pici al ragù”, a typical recipe of Montepulciano. (a kind of handmade thick spaghetti with meat sauce).

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Le Berne Vino Nobile di Montelpuciano D.O.C.G. 2012

The grapes, about 90% of which are Sangiovese (known as Prugnolo gentile in Montepulciano) and small quantities of Canaiolo Nero and Mammolo, are gathered after an accurate selection at the precise moment of ripening. The wines, obtained after an accurate vinification, are aged for at least two years in oak barrels and six months in bottles. The result is a ruby red wine tending to garnet red, which has a delicate fragrance and violet aroma, with a dry and slightly tannic flavour. Alcoholic strength is about 13,5°. The Vino Nobile di Montepulciano by Podere Le Bèrne is therefore excellent with foods such as roasted meat, game and traditional Tuscan dishes.

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Giodo Rosso D.O.C.

Giodo Rosso 2013 92WR 750 ml
This wine is a wrapping and full-bodied wine based on Sangiovese, aged in large barrels for 12 months. The bouquet is intense and fruity, with a counterpoint of red roses, cherry and tobacco.

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Sapaio Bolgheri D.O.C. Superiore 2012

The choice of name – Sapaia, an ancient Tuscan variety – reflects a strong connection with the territory.

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Sapaio Volpolo Bolgheri D.O.C. 2015

Its name emphasizes the local origin of this wine and pays homage to the Volpola variety.

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Lisini Brunello di Montalcino D.O.C.G. 2012

Considered one of the major expressions of Italian enology, Brunello di Montalcino is produced exclusively from grapes of the homonymous vine, which represents a variety of Sangiovese Grosso.

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Lisini Brunello di Montalcino Riserva D.O.C. 2011

From the vineyard of the same name facing south west and from the selection of the best Marze Mothers, re-planted on wild plants with a wise hand by the "Veterans" of the Company.

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Lisini Brunello di Montalcino Ugolaia D.O.C. 2011

From the vineyard of the same name facing south west and from the selection of the best Marze Mothers, re-planted on wild plants with a wise hand by the "Veterans" of the Company.

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Guado al Melo Rute Bolgheri D.O.C.

Rute comes from the word "red" in Etruscan, the root of which is common in several Euro-pean languages. Red is the color (of wine) that best identifies our extraordinary territory. The Bolgheri wine history is very old but it's the second half of the twentieth century that this great vocation was recognized throughout the world, thanks to the general improve-ment of production and selection of varieties best suited to the territory. With Rute, thanks to our careful work of vineyardist, we express the most territorial soul of Bolgheri, made of elegance and complexity.
The label, such as name, is deliberately essential with a drawing of a bunch of grapes, a de-tail of the grapevine that is our logo and is one of the oldest representations of this subject found in Italy (X c. BC).

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Guado al Melo Atis Bolgheri Superiore D.O.C.

ATIS is our Superior Bolgheri and with it we express the greatness of our territory without modifying its essence, in a subtle equilibrium between our work and the naturalness of the earth and the vines. It is a wine in which Mediterranean power is mitigated by the innate elegance of the territory and its main variety, Cabernet sauvignon, with a little part of Merlot and Cabernet franc.

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Pietranera Sangiovese 2015

Pietranera IGT Toscana derives from our will to produce a wine reflecting the pleasantness and the elegance of our terroir and to offer the consumer an excellent structured wine, refined and able to be a valid complement of everyday traditional Italian cooking, so satisfying tastes of those looking for a typical and pure wine of Tuscan tradition.

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Poggio de'Colli Cabernet Franc D.O.C.

Through the use of old French clones present on the estate and after years of careful vinification and specific wine tastings, we began producing a monovarietal Cabernet Franc: Poggio de' Colli. This species of vine has found in our grounds the ideal habitat to produce wines of outstanding elegance, refinement and complexity.

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Carmignano Il Sasso D.O.C.G

Carmignano Sasso is made from selected grapes grown in the winery's vineyard of the same name, located in one of the most interesting areas of the appellation, S. Cristina a Mezzana.


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Carmignano Reserve D.O.C.G

Carmignano Riserva Piaggia, the winery's standard-bearer, is the result of rigorous selection in an old vineyard near Poggetto, where the grapes make high quality wines that enhance the characteristics of the appellation to the full.

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Livon Borgo Salcetino Rossole I.G.T.

The malolactic fermentation takes place entirely inside new Barriques. There follow twelve months of maturing in the same Barriques at a constant temperature of 16°C. At the end of this period, the wine is assembled and bottled. There follows a further period of refining in the bottle.

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Chianti Classico D.O.C.G

Orsumella is the wine that carries the name of the Estate and is an expression of its spirit.
A complex and intense 100% Sangiovese wine.

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Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. Riserva Corte Rinieri

Rigorous and respectful of the Chianti Classico tradition, Corte Rinieri can render the beauty and scents of its land.

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Piancornello Rosso di Montalcino D.O.C.

Denomination: Rosso di Montalcino DOC
Grape variety: 100% Sangiovese

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Brunello di Montalcino D.O.C.G.

Denomination: Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
Grape variety: 100% Sangiovese

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Poggio Rosso Riserva Chianti Classico D.O.C.G.

In the late 1970s, in the Poggio Rosso area, a series of selected clones of sangiovese and colorino were planted. Today, a selection of the best of those grapes still goes to produce this Riserva, with an addition of some pugnitello starting from vintage 2004. A wine of immense depth and superb elegance, it was one of the first single-vineyard Chianti Classico of the area. A limited-production wine that matures for some 20 months in 500-litre tonneaux and a further 12 months in the bottle.

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Vigorello Toscana I.G.T.

Made for the first time in 1968, Vigorello was the first of a new generation of Tuscan wines that subsequently became the famous Supertuscans. Its blend is predominantly  Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pugnitello, an ancient native grape revived by San Felice, with a small addition of Petit Verdot. It matures some 20 months in French oak barriques and then 8-10 months in the bottle.

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Sesta Poggio d'Arna Toscana Rosso I.G.T .

This wine is created from a blend of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Franc and is aged for one year in French Allier barriques and 15 hl Slavonian oak barrels. It has a deep ruby red colour with a purplish tinge. It leaves an intense aroma with overtones of red pulp and pleasant notes of spice. To taste, it is mouth-filling, structured and balanced by the right freshness and a velvety tannin. A high-quality wine from the combination of a variety of French grapes and those from the territory of Montalcino which offers a different and original drink with new tastes while maintaining the typical characteristics of Sesta.

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Sesta Rosso di Montalcino D.O.C.

Sangiovese in its natural state. It is considered to be the younger brother of Brunello. It is aged for one year in 20 hl Slavonian oak barrels and unites the imposing structure of Brunello with the freshness and vivacity of a young wine. It should be drunk young, although it does last with ageing. It shows an intense ruby red colour and reveals all its exuberance with notes of red fruit and blackberry on the nose. On the palate, it is pleasing and well-orchestrated with good length and without aggressive tannins.

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Sesta Brunello di Montalcino D.O.C.G.

Pure Sangiovese from a selection of the best grapes of our vineyards, matured in 30 hl Slavonian oak barrels for 30 months with subsequent ageing of four months in the bottle. Uniting traditional and modern technology, Brunello has always been a great wine, certainly important and a pleasure to drink. When it is young, it is rich in scents of fruit and flowers. When it has aged, it acquires complex ethereal characteristics and offers a broad bouquet with an aroma of autumn leaves.

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Sesta Brunello di Montalcino Riserva D.O.C.G.

Sangiovese at its purest. It is produced exclusively in the best years. After ageing for 40 months in 30 hl Slavonian oak barrels it obtains its delicacy and roundness and develops its austere and imposing aroma. It completes its evolution in the bottle for at least six months. It offers a fine and expansive fragrance of red fruit and is strong and dense on the palate with long, balanced and elegant taste embellished by a great tannin structure.

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Rosso Piceno Stefano Antonucci I.G.T.

A bordolese cut composed of cabernet sauvignon, merlot and a small portion of montepulciano that represents the desire of Stefano Antonucci to produce a great aging red, able to tell that synthesis between modernity and tradition that has always represented the heart of his work. The Red Marche IGT "Stefano Antonucci" of Santa Barbara is a red of stature, perfectly balanced, extraordinarily harmonious, long and tasty. A big red from the Marche region.

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Mossone Rosso I.G.T.

The name of this wine is linked to Stefano Antonucci as it comes from his nick-name “Mossi”.

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Pathos Rosso I.G.T.

Grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Syrah
Type of Soil: Medium-density soils rich in fossils with Northeast exposure and an elevation of 260m
Pruning System: Cordon spur
Wine-making: The wine is made in stainless steel vats and is left to mature in barriques

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Vigneti Montepulciano d'Abruzzo D.O.C.

Vigneti Montepulciano d'Abruzzo D.O.C.

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Marchesi De Cordano Aida Montepulciano d’Abruzzo D.O.C.

Production Area: Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Variety of Grape: Montepulciano
Designation of Origin: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo D.O.C.
Type of Vineyard: Tendone method
Plantation year: 1985
Exposure of land: South-East
Altitude: 278 m a.s.l.
Density: no. 2600 plants per hectare
Production: 4 kilos per plant

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Marchesi De Cordano Diamine Pecorino Colline Pescaresi I.G.T.

Production Area: Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Variety of Grape: Pecorino
Designation of Origin: Pecorino “Colline Pescaresi” I.G.T.
Type of Vineyard: Spurred Cordon
Plantation year: 1988
Exposure of land: South-East – East
Altitude: 280 m a.s.l.
Density: no. 3300 plants per hectare
Production: 3 kilos per plant

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Marchesi De Cordano Santinumi Riserva D.O.C.

Production Area: Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Variety of Grape: Montepulciano
Designation of Origin: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo D.O.C.
Type of Vineyard: Tendone method
Plantation year: 1978
exposure of land: South – South- East
Altitude: 306 m a.s.l.
Density: no. 1660 plants per hectare
Production: 4 kilos per plant

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Marchesi De Cordano Trinità Riserva Montepulciano d'Abruzzo D.O.C.

Production Area: Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Variety of Grape: Montepulciano
Designation of Origin: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo D.O.C.
Type of Vineyard: Low Spurred Cordon
Plantation year: 1978
exposure of land: South – South- East
Altitude: 306 m a.s.l.
Density: no. 3400 plants per hectare
Production: 3 kilos per plant

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Gran Sasso Montepulciano d'Abruzzo D.O.C.

Produced in the Abruzzo region of Italy by Marco Flacco and his team, the 2013 vintage Gran Sasso Montepulciano d'Abruzzo had a challenging production season.

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Gran Sasso Primo Sangiovese/Merlot I.G.T.

Gran Sasso is a collaboration between friends, Valentino Sciotti and Camillo De Iuliis, which involves wineries and wine brands in 3 different regions, including the Zabu winery from Sicily. The company’s home is in the Abruzzo region of central Italy, where the Gran Sasso d'Italia (Great Stone of Italy) forms the centerpiece of the Parco Nazionale del Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga. Within the park are the highest mountains in continental Italy south of Alps.

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Gran Sasso Tre Autoctoni I.G.T.

Three Natives who embody the artistic Italian viticulture in a special way. The result is a red wine that has the nose of cherry, plum, ripe black currant and tobacco.

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Teanum Alta Falanghina I.G.P.

Falanghina: This ancient vine formed perhaps the basis of the Falerno wine, cultivated aroundNaples for a long time; its presence is mentioned in 1825 among the most popular vines of the Area.
Apparently, the name of this variety is derived from its requirement, since it has a strong growth, to rest on supporting posts, called falanga, therefore falanghina means “vine supported by posts”.

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Teanum Alta Merlot-Cabernet I.G.P.

Cabernet Sauvignon: It is native of the Bourdeaux district, a region in the southwest ofFrance. It was described in detail in 1875 by Secondat, son of Montesquieu, who defines it a “perfect vine”
It was first introduced intoItalyinPiedmont, in the early 19th century.
Recent researches carried out to study its DNA employing 30 microsatellite loci have proved the direct relationship between Cabernet franc and Cabernet sauvignon, the latter being the result of the hybridization between Cabernet franc and Sauvignon blanc.
Merlot: Like several other vines (Cabernet), this one, too, is native to the vine-growing region of the southwest of France (Bourdeaux). FromFrance, it spread throughout the world. It was introduced intoItaly in 1880 starting from Friuli andVeneto, where it found the proper environmental conditions. It is currently found throughoutItaly, above all in the centre and south. Apparently, its name is derived from the French term for blackbird “merle”.

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Teanum Alta Syrah I.G.P.

Syrah: This vine is mostly widespread inFrance, more precisely in theRhone region and neighboring areas.
According to the two widely shared hypotheses, this vine probably originated either in the Middle East, in the town ofShiraz(Persia), or in the area of Syracuse.
The first molecular analyses showed its resemblance to several other vines: the Albanian Sbesb, the Siriaca of Campania, and other vines present inItaly. Further researches on its DNA proved that the vine is derived from the hybridization between two French varieties, Dureza and Mondeuse Blanche. The vine was imported toItalyaround the middle of the 19th century.

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Teanum Gran Tiati I.G.P.

Aglianico: Already grown in remote times in southern Italy, particularly in Campania, Basilicata and Apulia, this vine was apparently introduced by the Greeks at the time of the foundation of their colonies along the Tyrrhenian coast. There are several interpretations regarding its name. At first derived from the Greek Ellenico or Ellanico; another origin of the name could be that of Gaurano-Gauranico, which defined one of the Falerno varieties. Its spreading was a consequence of its renown, so that it finally became the most widespread vine in southern Italy.
Montepulciano: Of unknown origin, this vine is typical of Abruzzo and other region in central and southern Italy. According to its name, its origin might perhaps be traced back to the area of Montepulciano in the province of Siena. It was supposedly introduced in Abruzzo in the early 19th century, from where it spread to the neighboring regions. The vine got to Apulia at the beginning of the 1900´s.
Syrah: This vine is mostly widespread in France, more precisely in the Rhone region and neighboring areas. According to the two widely shared hypotheses, this vine probably originated either in the Middle East, in the town of Shiraz (Persia), or in the area of Syracuse. The first molecular analyses showed its resemblance to several other vines: the Albanian Sbesb, the Siriaca of Campania, and other vines present in Italy. Further researches on its DNA proved that the vine is derived from the hybridization between two French varieties, Dureza and Mondeuse Blanche. The vine was imported to Italy around the middle of the 19th century.

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Teanum Gran Tiati Gold Vintage 2012 I.G.P.

Teanum Gran Tiati  Gold Vintage 2012 I.G.P.

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Teanum Otre Aglianico I.G.P.

Aglianico: Already grown in remote times in southern Italy, particularly in Campania, Basilicata and Apulia, this vine was apparently introduced by the Greeks at the time of the foundation of their colonies along the Tyrrhenian coast. There are several interpretations regarding its name. At first derived from the Greek Ellenico or Ellanico; another origin of the name could be that of Gaurano-Gauranico, which defined one of the Falerno varieties. Its spreading was a consequence of its renown, so that it finally became the most widespread vine in southern Italy.

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Teanum Otre Negroamaro Fish

Negroamaro: Of unknown origin, this vine has been widespread in the Ionian area for many years. According to this, the name is derived from the dialect term Niuru amaru that defines the bitter taste of the wine. However, the name seems more likely to derive from two words indicating the color black, the Latin word “nigra” and the Greek “mavro”, used in a combination to underline both the dark black color of the grape skin and of the wine obtained. The synonym Nigramaro supports this hypothesis. In this case, we might state with sufficient certainty that its cultivation can go back to the time of the Greek colonization, in the 8th and 7th centuries BC.

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Teanum Otre Primitivo I.G.P.

Primitivo: Of uncertain origin, its introduction into Apulia may perhaps be traced back to the Phoenician and Greek colonization.
However, it should be pointed out that this selection was carried out within the “old local vineyards”; therefore, the vine was already known in the area during that time, since it could be found in old vineyards of the late 18th century. Primitivo is identical to Zinfandel.

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Torrevento Vigna Pedale Castel del Monte Riserva D.O.C.G.

Awarded the “3 Bicchieri” (3 Glasses) prize by Gambero Rosso for eight consecutive years, this wine is obtained from single-variety vinification of Nero di Troia grapes cultivated in Contrada Pedale. It presents a splendid and intense ruby colour and full bouquet, with hints of red berries. Aged in large barrels for 14 months.

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Torrevento Since 1913 Primitivo Puglia I.G.T.

Single-variety Primitivo wine with intense ruby-red colour obtained from grapes originating from the areas of Gioia del Colle and Manduria. With its persistent, rich and fragrant bouquet, and harmonious, full-bodied palate, this is a great red, perfect to accompany delectable and robust red-meat based dishes.

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Torrevento Ottagono Nero di Troia Castel del Monte Riserva D.O.C.G.

Produced in an old vineyard at the foot of the castle at 500 meters above sea level, it obtained recognition as the first DOCG Nero di Troia Castel del Monte in 2014. The recognition of the DOCG stamp is the culmination of 30 years of work and experimentation on the indigenous Nero di Troia vine.

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Odoardi Terra d'Amia I.G.P.

Colour: dark and intense ruby red. Scent: red fruits such as blackberry and scents of jam followed by spiced notes. Flavour: full-bodied, robust, with a good acidity and pleasant suppleness. Long and pleasant persistence both of taste and smell.

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Odoardi G.B. I.G.T.

Dense ruby ​​red color. The nose is vinous with pleasant fruity notes of ripe plum, berries and spicy notes of coffee and vanilla and licorice. On the palate it is full, warm and with good structure. Soft tannins and a long finish. Matured in barriques for 12 months

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Surrau Isola dei nuraghi I.G.T.

Obtained by the vinification of sardinian native grapes. The contact skins/must takes place in stainless steel tanks for about a week at controlled temperature around 25°C, with daily pumping over and plunging. It ages in steel tanks and for a few months in the bottle before release.

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Surrau Barriu Isola dei Nuraghi I.G.T.

Obtained by the vinification of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and other sardinian native grapes. e maceration of the skins in the must is carried out for about three weeks to allow the release of noble substances and color. It ages for eighteen months in French oak barrels and after bottling rests in bottle for several months.

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Dorgali Cannonau di Sardegna Vigna di Isalle D.O.C.

Ancient Sardinian wine reporting well our land, history and culture.
Deep ruby red colour with purplish reflexes, intense.
Ample and intense. It comes out the scents of ripe fruit as well as jam, coffee and also mineral hints.
Full-bodied and soft, with smooth and well harmonized tannins; long and fruity conclusion.
It pairs better with main courses of game, mature and savoury cheese.

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Dorgali Vinìola Cannonau di Sardegna Riserva D.O.C.

From our vineyard of Isalle, noble Cannonau grapes give birth to this wine. Intense ruby red colour with purplish nuances; very limpid.
Intense and ample with scents of blackberries jam, vegetal and balsamic hints. Dry and supple, excellent structure and rightly tannic, warm and charming with a long, clean conclusion. It pairs well with grilled and braised meat, boar stew and seasoned cheeses

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Dorgali Hortos Isola dei Nuraghi I.G.T.

Hortos the excellent wine of the winery Dorgali stems from great love for the land, the wise work in the vineyard and in the winery experience.
Intense ruby red, with a violet nuance; very clear. Intense; fresh and fragrant; you may feel pleasant notes of ripe red fruit, of jam and spices.
Dry, full body; you may feel a well balanced tannicity in perfect harmony with the fresh acidity; a taste of fruity and jam notes, with light vegetable nuances; the finish is persistent and clean.
Many dishes of regional cuisine; savoury first courses, grilled meat and roast, seasoned cheeses.

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Gran Sasso Nero D'Avola Bacaro I.G.T.

Variety: Nero d’Avola
Production area: Municipality of Sambuca di Sicilia.
Vinification: the grapes are pressed lightly to avoid green tannins. Maceration at a controlled temperature for about 10-12 days. The must is reassembled every 4 hours. Stainless steel tanks.

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Firriato Harmonium Tre cru di Nero d’Avola D.O.C.

Harmonium is the winning combination of Nero d’ Avola’s strength and Firriato’s style. The goal with Harmonium was to create the “cru of crus” that offered all the manifestations of this eclectic vine’s richness.

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Firriato Chiaramonte Nero d'Avola D.O.C.

This native Sicilian vine, by antonomasia, shines with a new light in this wine which fully embodies all the authentic properties of its fruit. It is a different interpretation of Nero d’Avola that evokes with personality all the aromatic qualities of the island’s most important red grape variety.

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Firriato Santagostino Baglio Soria Nero d’Avola, Syrah I.G.T.

The Baglio Sorìa Estate is home to one of Firriato’s oenological treasures—a quintessentially Sicilian red that has seduced wine lovers the world over with its pleasing complexity and its perfect balance between freshness and alcohol content. Rich in fruitiness and elegance it is a pioneering Sicilian blend of international and native grape varieties.

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Firriato Perricone Ribecca D.O.C.

Ribeca is the fruit of multiple decades of work recovering the relic vine of Perricone, from which Firriato has selected their own clone. The company has always believed in the quality of this vine variety that comes from the Sicilian wine-producing tradition, which is grown on the Pianoro Cuddìa Estate.

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Firriato Branciforti dei Bordonaro Nero D'Avola I.G.T.

Nero d'avola 100%, with an intense ruby red color, fine wine with a bouquet of dense hints of red fruit.

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Firriato Etna Le Sabbie Dell'Etna D.O.C.

Le Sabbie dell’Etna Rosso, together with its white variant, is the forerunner of Firriato’s many decades of wine production on Etna. Wines from the Cavanera Etnea Estate form part of the elite by birth and are dedicated to exclusivity. They are labels considered for and dedicated to the most demanding wine-lovers.

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Casteggio Oltrepò Pavese Pinot Nero D.O.C.

Casteggio Oltrepò Pavese Pinot Nero is a characteristic ruby red color and has a scent of red fruits and sweet notes of vanilla and is elegant and balanced.

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Casteggio Oltrepò Pavese Sangue di Giuda D.O.C.

Casteggio Oltrepò Pavese Sangue di Giuda I.G.T. It has an intense ruby red and has a sweet and full-bodied scent.

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Poggi Corte dei Castaldi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico D.O.C.G.

Very dark in appearance with a nose full of dark fruits and hints of bitter chocolate. The full and rich palate has concentrated dark fruit flavours with a twist of dark chocolate and spice on the long finish.

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Poggi Il Moretto Valpolicella Ripasso Classico Superiore D.O.C.

The grapes that make up the blend, corvina, rondinella and molinara, ferment in steel at a temperature between 22 and 25 ° C, to then refer to the skins of Amarone and refine in wood.

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Cà la Bionda Amarone Classico della Valpolicella D.O.C.

The vineyard is on a hillside at an altitude of 200 meters above sea-level and east facing. The vines have an average age of between 15 and 30 years. The vineyard yield is kept to a maximum of 8 tons per hectare.Vintage generally begins during the last ten days of September and continues through to the end of October.

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Cà la Bionda Amarone Classico della Valpolicella Vigneti di Ravazzòl D.O.C.

The vineyard is on a hill known as “Ravazzol”, renowned for its potential to grow the highest quality grapes thanks to its topographical and climatic conditions. The vineyard is at an altitude of between 200 and 300 meters above sea-level. The average age of vines varies from 50 to 70 years. The vineyard yield is held at a maximum of 5 to 6 tons per hectare.

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Cà la Bionda Malavoglia Valpolicella Ripasso Classico Superiore D.O.C .

The vineyards are located on the east facing  hills around Marano at an altitude varying between 150 and 300 meters above sea level. The vine age varies from 3 to 30 years, yields are limited to 8 tonnes per hectare.Harvest generally begins in the last week of September and continues to the end of October.

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Cà la Bionda Casalvegri Valpolicella Classico Superiore D.O.C.

The vineyard is on a hillside at an altitude ranging from 150 to 300 meters above sea-level with an exposure to the east. Vintage generally begins in the last ten days of September and continues until the end of October.

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Venturini Amarone della Valpolicella Classico D.O.C.G.

Renowned red wine, full-bodied, strong and distinguished. It is dry, noble, with a delicate bouquet, balanced and rich in alcohol. It has a strong flavour and velvety texture with a characteristic vein of bitterness.

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Venturini Semonte Alto Valpolicella Classico Superiore Ripasso D.O.C.

Semonte Alto is a vineyard which produces a full-bodied red wine, with a rich, concentrated flavour and an intense and distinctive bouquet.

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Almadi Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso D.O.C.

A dry, full-bodied red with a deep and bright ruby red colour. The nose shows the characteristic scent of black cherries and ripe berries with a hint of vanilla and cloves from the oak aging. The palate is ripe and fruity with soft tannins and a lingering finish.

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Almadi Corvina Veronese I.G.T.

Intense garnet red in colour with brick-red reflections. On the nose it shows the classic cherry and red berry perfume of the fresh grapes plus a more prune-like fruit character from the contact with the dried grape-skins. The wood ageing adds notes of cinnamon and vanilla. On the palate it is full-bodied and dry with ripe black-cherry fruit. The wine is well structured with soft and rounded tannins and a good balancing acidity, which will allow it to be kept for several more years.

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Almadi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico D.O.C.G.

Full-bodied and dry with a perfume and palate of ripe black cherry fruit and notes of tar and dark, bitter chocolate on the finish.

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Giuseppe Campagnola Diego's Cabernet D.O.C.

Giuseppe Campagnola Diego's Cabernet D.O.C.

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Klaus Lentsch Pinot Nero Riserva Bachgart D.O.C.

Ruby red wine with some garnet reflection.
On the nose it is fruity with notes of small spicy berry red fruits.
On the palate it is soft, round, of excellent drink, mineral. Excellent fresh finish with elegant tannins.
Ideal service at 18 ° C.

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Klaus Lentsch Amperg Lagrein Riserva D.O.C.

The Lagrein grapes come from the South Tyrolean lowlands, ideal location because of its porphyry soils.
Wine description: The Lagrein, a typical South Tyrolean character, dense and concentrated and in a pleasant way almost rustic; with maturity he reveals a certain elegance.

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Kaltern Pinot Nero D.O.C.

Fermentation on the skins at 23 °C with a eight days extended maceration, malolactic and a 5-month ageing in big wooden barrels and large casks.

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Endrizzi Masetto Nero I.G.T.

The forcefully red bedrock.
Created after an old house cuvée of the winery’s founder, Francesco Endrici. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Teroldego.old vines on dolomite rock with short barrel aging deliver a vigorous ruby red primary rock with notes of blueberries, raspberries, cocoa and vanilla.

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Schiavenza Barolo Prapò D.O.C.G.

Intense pomegranate coloured with ruby veins.Note of woody fruits, violet and rose.At the palate is solid, intense with velvet tanniins.

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Schiavenza Barolo del comune di Serralunga d'Alba D.O.C.G.

Great structure wine, austere and long-lived.
Dry and solid taste with spiced veins.
Good with important meats and seasoned cheeses.

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Cantina del Pino Barbaresco Ovello D.O.C.G.

It is a Nebbiolo in purity of great elegance and intensity. It is presented in the glass of a captivating intense ruby, with pomegranate colored rim.

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Cantina del Pino Barbaresco D.O.C.G.

The Barbaresco DOCG, of Cantina del Pino, ages for two years in barriques and large barrels, offering a beautiful interpretation of the territory to which it belongs. It is full of complex and evolved tertiary scents, it is elegant on the palate and precious in retro-styling.

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Vinchio I Tre Vescovi Barbera d’Asti Superiore D.O.C.G.

After the first selection for "Barbera Vigne Vecchie" grapes, the remaining grapes with higher sugar-content are used to make the "Barbera d''Asti Superiore". The name "Superiore" (superior) is only given if wine meets high quality standards: grapes must have a natural higher sugar-content and wine must be aged for twelve months, six of which in oak barrels.

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Vinchio Piemonte Barbera D.O.C.

This Barbera of great personality has a bright ruby red colour, with garnet reflections, intense bouquet, full body and a refreshing taste. An explosion of ripe fruit scents makes this wine pleasantly soft and inviting. With no doubt, this is the wine that should be moderately paired with everyday meals.

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Vico Barbera d'Alba Superiore D.O.C.

Deep ruby colour changing in garnet red. Vinous and intense perfume but still elegant, exalted by the wood. Dry, full bodied, with a bitter sensation, it becomes soft and harmonic while evolving.


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Grimaldi Barolo Le Coste D.O.C.G.

Outstanding finesse. Visible structure and texture. An austere, noble red with a deep, broad nose, hints of soft fruit, spices and dried flowers…On the palate it immediately unleashes the full power of the great Barolos and the velvety texture of its long ageing. Destined for eternity.

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Grimaldi Barolo D.O.C.G.

A traditional Barolo: broad, warm, velvety, caressing, balsamic and lingering, the result of grapes from two decidedly interesting vineyards.

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Grimaldi Nebbiolo d'Alba Valmaggiore D.O.C.

A Nebbiolo with an incredibly elegant bouquet, a wonderful blend of raspberry and violet, warm, full and intense. A long bouquet and good legs. An interplay of tannins and acidity, balance and structure. The elegance of a wine from another era.

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FyA Tempranillo Rioja 8M D.O. / I.G.P

Color and Appearance: High layer, clean and bright. Cardinals in thin layer denoting full youth.
Nose / Aroma: High intensity. It shows its aromatic potential, fruits of the forest (blackberries, redcurrant, raspberry), together with a well integrated wood. Provides tertiary notes such as cocoas, coffee, spicy.

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Adelma Gran Reserva Malbec

Intense red with violet tints, reminds red fruits especially plum and raspberry, also highlight the aromas coming from the oak as are the snuff, chocolate and vanilla, excellent tertiary complexity daily is being produced.

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Punti Ferrer Cabernet Sauvignon Signature

Fermentation: Started by selected yeasts. The fermentation is carried out at controlled temperatures between 25-28ºC.
Extraction: Traditional remounts respecting the characteristics of the fruit.
Aging in stainless steel tanks

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Punti Ferrer Merlot Signature

Fermentation: Started by selected yeasts. The fermentation is carried out at controlled temperatures between 25 - 28ºC.
Extraction: Traditional remounts respecting the characteristics of the fruit.
Aging in stainless steel tanks.

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Punti Ferrer Carmenere Signature

Fermentation: Started by selected yeasts. The fermentation is carried out at controlled temperatures between 25 - 28ºC.
Extraction: Traditional remounts respecting the characteristics of the fruit.
Aging in stainless steel tanks.

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Punti Ferrer Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva

Fermentation: Started by selected yeasts. The fermentation is carried out at controlled temperatures between 25 - 28ºC.
Extraction: Traditional remounts respecting the characteristics of the fruit.
Aging in French and American oak barrels for 6 months

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Punti Ferrer Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva

Fermentation: Started by selected yeasts. The fermentation is carried out at controlled temperatures between 25-28 ° c.
Extraction: Traditional remounts respecting the characteristics of the fruit.
Maceration: Pre-fermentative maceration in cold for 5 days at 7 °c.
Aging in French and American oak barrels for 10 months.

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Punti Ferrer Carmenere Gran Reserva

Fermentation: Started by selected yeasts. The fermentation is carried out at controlled temperatures between 25-28 °C.
Extraction: Traditional remounts respecting the characteristics of the fruit.
Maceration: Pre-fermentative maceration in cold for 5 days at 7 °C.
Aging in French and American oak barrels for 10 months.

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Punti Ferrer Pinot Noir Reserve

Fermentation: Started by selected yeasts. The fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures between 25-28°C.
Extraction: Traditional remounts respecting the characteristics of the fruit.
Maceration: Post-fermentation maceration takes place for 4-5 days.
Aging in French and American oak barrels for 6 months.

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Fernando Cellars Encuentros Cabernet Sauvignon

Aging: Our Cabernet Sauvignon was aged eight months on American oak barrel. Good for agin 10-13 years at your wine cellar.
Alcohol: 12.8%

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Fernando Cellars Encuentros Merlot

Aging: 6 Month oak barrel, good for aging 10 years on your wine cellar.
Alcohol: 13.8%

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Fernando Cellars Encuentros Pinot Noir

Aging: 1 month aged during the first fermentation process, and 1 year during second fermentation process on stainless steel tanks with french oak cubes.
Alcohol: 13.5%

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Sweet Cheeks Pinot Fusion

Our 2015 Pinot Fusion is a proprietary blend of Pinot Noir, Merlot and Syrah. The palate breaks into a wide display of raspberry jam, plum, cocoa and a hint of spice. Unique and fun, this warm-spirited blend livens any occasion and is a versatile pairing wine, complimenting the flavors of a variety of dishes.

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Sweet Cheeks Pinot Noir

Our 2016 offers a floral freshness of rose petals, ripe cherry and raspberry. In the mid-palate a noticeable polished tannins and ample acidity that linger around with hints of cocoa powder and cinnamon spice that carry through to the vibrant finish.

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Sweet Cheeks Pinot Noir Reserve

A decadent and full-figured Pinot Noir, our 2014 reserve first boasts aromas of crème brûlée and dried blueberry. Velvety in texture and richly layered, the mid-palate evokes a flavor profile of lightly toasted pecans and berries, and a hint of oak spice and vanilla.

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Backsberg Tread Lightly Merlot

Oak-derived vanilla nuances overlay a body of youngberry and mulberry fruit flavours. Fresh, yet soft, this wine provides great intensity with a supple texture.

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Backsberg Premium Cabernet Sauvignon

Spicy aromas of liquorice and vanilla overlay rich blackcurrant fruit. Careful oaking provides the necessary structure for the ripe, full and fruit driven mid-palate. Complex and long lasting, this wine has depth and power, and will reward further bottle ageing.

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Backsberg Premium Merlot

A mid-palate of sweet raspberry and red plum is complemented by chocolate flavours from careful oak aging. This wine is beautifully smooth with fine, mouth-filling tannins.

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Backsberg Kosher Merlot

This wine displays aromas of raspberry and red plums, succulent sweet fruit flavours and finely integrated tannins.

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Backsberg Kosher Pinotage

Expect notes of blackberry, fruitcake and boiled sweets paired with a juicy mouth-feel and supple, sweet tannins.

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Backsberg Klein Babylons Toren Reserve

The Backsberg Klein Babylons Toren Reserve Cab / Sauv / Merlot has a complex scent of violet, cassis and dried grass that reveals the expected intensity of the palate. The ripe flavors of blackberries are evident on the well-structured palate of fine and fruity tannins. The subtle characters derived from cinnamon and vanilla oak are also evident.

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Backsberg Pumphouse Shiraz

Black cherry, raspberry and rich mocha aromas are interlaced with subtle aniseed and vanilla tones. The use of both French and American oak creates layers of flavours, with the latter contributing sweeter vanilla characters that fill the midpalate. The palate has great weight and depth due to layers of fruit tannins, oak combinations and sheer flavour intensity.

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Valle Segreta SuperTuscan

Valle Segreta EDIZIONE PRIVATA Supertuscan Lucca

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Filadoro Taurasi 2013

Filadoro Taurasi 2013

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Fontanavecchia Aglianico del Taburno DOCG

Grapes: Aglianico 100% selected and collected in boxes
Vineyard plant: guyot
Vineyard altitude: 300 m s.l.m.
Soil: clayey with outcropping limestone marls

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Fontanavecchia Aglianico del Taburno Riserva Vigna Cataratte DOC

Grapes: Aglianico 100% selected and collected in boxes
Vineyard plant: guyot
Vineyard altitude: 300 m s.l.m.
Soil: clayey with outcropping limestone marls

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Fontanavecchia Benevento Orazio Rosso IGP

Grapes: 60% Aglianico - 40% Cabernet Sauvignon
Vineyard plant: guyot
Vineyard altitude: 350 m s.l.m.
Soil: clayey with outcropping limestone marls

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Fontanavecchia Sannio Rosso DOP

Grapes: 100% Sangiovese
Vineyard plant: guyot
Vineyard altitude: 250 m s.l.m.
Soil: clayey with outcropping limestone marls

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D53 Cannonau Classico di Sardegna DOC

Only from lands with ageless tradition and perfect terroir was born the Cannonau Classico. Areas where this noble grape variety can spread his soul. D53 is a warm and soft wine with velvety tannins and hints of ripe fruit. A wine that speaks of an ancient land where Cannonau’s vineyards shapes the view since forever.

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Mothia Nero d’Avola Dedicato a Francesco IGP

Type: Sicilaine Lands Protected Geographical Indication.
Vines of origin: Nero d’Avola 100%.
Production Area: Western Sicily. Medium-textured soils tending to clayey.
Cultivation system: Spurred cordon with a production of 65 q / ha.
Vinification: Fermentation at a controlled temperature (20/22 °) with maceration between 10/15 days and subsequent spontaneous malolactic fermentation.
Aging: For 12 months in Allier tonneau medium toast of first and second passage. In bottle for a further 6 months.

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La Battagliola Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC

The wine pours an intense violet red with fruity aromas of currant, blackberry and cherry; in the palate it presents a mellow structure, with an acid-crisp making it fresh and lively, indicating its typology.

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Blazic Collio Merlot DOCG

Blazic Collio Merlot is a robust and rustic wine wiche reveals a great bouquet. It is variety that from the Friuli has conquered the whole of Europe.

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Valdinera Barbera d'Alba Superiore 2015

Valdinera Barbera d'Alba Superiore 2015

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Valdinera Nebbiolo d'Alba

Valdinera Nebbiolo d'Alba

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Pietro Rinaldi Barbaresco Massirano DOCG 2015

Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Production area: The vineyard is located in the Municipality of Neive. The exhibition is to the south east
Training system: Guyot
Yield per hectare: 60/65 quintals per hectare, severe thinning in the vineyard
Harvest time: around mid-October, however influenced by the weather conditions of the vintage

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Broccadoro Barolo Bricco DOCG

Vine: Nebbiolo. Town of vineyards:Monforte d'Alba. Geographic Indication: Bricco San Pietro
Average age of plant: 30 years old. Exposure of the vineyard: south, south-west
Soil: sandy clay, silty. Average altitude of the Variety: 490 mslm

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Le Caniette Morellone DOC

Piceno DOC
Grapes: 70% Montepulciano 30% Sangiovese
Two-years aging in oak barrels.

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Le Caniette Rossobello DOC

Piceno DOC
50% Montepulciano grapes, 50% Sangiovese grapes.

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Orsumella Chianti Classico Gran Selezione D.O.C.G.

Production Area: San Casciano Val di Pesa, Florence
Terrain type: The vineyards are located on terrains that have various morphological characteristics, such as the presence of Alberese sandstone and Galestro marlstone, located at an average altitude of over 300 m a.s.l
Blend: Sangiovese.

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Il Cerevelli Chianti 2014 D.O.C.G.

This wine has an intense red color. The nose is dominated by hints of red fruits such as blackberry and raspberry with flavors of violet and iris. On the palate it has a full and sapid flavor moderately tannic with a pleasant aftertaste of red fruits.

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Grignano Chianti Rufina D.O.C.G.

Colour: bright ruby red.
Aroma: fresh bouquet of small red fruits.
Taste: very good structure, ripe tannins and excellent drinkability

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Grignano Supertuscan Pietramaggio I.G.T.

Colour: ruby red
Aroma: bouquet of red fruits
Taste: good structure, nice acidity, very pleasant with a good drinkability

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Vignamaggio Il Morino Super Tuscanino I.G.T.

Morino was the nickname of Silvano Damiani, a farmer who worked at Vignamaggio for over 40 years. He was given this name because of the colour of his skin, bronzed by many hours in the fields under the summer sun. When Morino left us, Vignamaggio decided to dedicate a wine to his memory.

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Vignamaggio Chianti Classico Terre di Prenzano D.O.C.G.

The Prenzano podere was an old Vignamaggio homestead and the Chianti Classico Terre di Prenzano wine grapes grow on this predominantly south-west facing land, only a few hundred metres from the villa.
Terre di Prenzano is a vintage Chianti Classico produced with 100% Sangiovese grapes. It is aged for about a year in 20 to 40 hectolitre oak barrels and finished in bottles for at least 3 months.

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Vignamaggio Chianti Classico Riserva Gherardino D.O.C.G.

The name is dedicated to Gherardino Gherardini, founder of the great house he built at Vignamaggio in the XIV century.
This wine is produced with 80-90% Sangiovese and 10-20% Merlot.  After the harvest and vinification stages, it is aged for 18-20 months in oak barrels and barriques.
The grapes come from the Prato vineyard (West) and the Querceto vineyard (West/south-West).

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Vignamaggio Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Monna Lisa D.O.C.G.

Vignamaggio’s renaissance villa is the creation of the Gherardini family, whose fame is associated with the legendary Mona Lisa, famous Gioconda painted by Leonardo da Vinci between 1503 and 1506. Folklore and history become intertwined in the centuries that follow: Via Maggio in Florence (where Mona Lisa was born) could be confused with the similar sounding Vignamaggio. This along with the landscape depicted in Leonardo’s painting had many wrongly believe that the Gioconda was born here. This is the reason that, still today, the figure of Mona Lisa is associated with Vignamaggio and it was to this famous noble woman that the estate wanted to dedicate this wine.

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Palazzo Rosso di Montalcino D.O.C.

Produced with the same grapes as Brunello and with a similar vinification. Aged in oak casks for one year.
It has a fruity perfume, rich, intense and persistent. Its great structure does not in the least diminish the freshness of the wine, which is ready to be enjoyed with pleasure after just one year and is perfect with
antipasto, pasta, poultry and red meats.

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Palazzo Brunello di Montalcino D.O.C.G.

Obtained from Sangiovese rootstock,which in Montalcino is called Brunello.Vinified, following local tradition.It has an intense ruby red colour, which tends towards garnet as it ages.Its perfume is ample, intense, and persistent with shades ofundergrowth, red jam and liquorice, ethereal after a long ageing.It has a dry warm taste, quite tannic and soft.Combining with wild and roast meats, and seasoned cheese.

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Palazzo Brunello di Montalcino Riserva D.O.C.G.

This Brunello di Montalcino Riserva is produced only in the best years. It comes only from our Sangiovese Grosso vineyards and has the same vinification and aging as Brunello, with an extra 12 months of aging in
French tonneaux (500 liter oak casks). The wine is full bodied and well structured with a rich red ruby color. The taste is intense and elegant with a hint of spices and a final seducing tannic. A truly exceptional wine reserved for the most special of occasions.

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Teanum Castelli di Severino Puglia Rosso I.G.P.

Vivid purple. The complex aroma of velvet, violet, cherry, cinnamon and dried cloves spreads.
The mouthfeel is very smooth, well-balanced and tannins are soft. Goes well with gibier, red meat and cheese

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Teanum Favugne Montepulciano San Severo

Grape: Montepulciano
Origin: dop san severo red
Altitude: 150-200 meters above sea le vel
Conduction: espalier trees
Yield per hectare: 5000 plants per ha 2,2kg per plant
Harvest system: manual
Vinification: 10 days prolonged maceration of the wine on its skins in stainless steel tanks

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La Marchesa Cacc' e Mmitte D.O.C.

It is a DOC wine (denomination attributed in 1975) whose production is allowed in the area between the slopes of the Apennines Dauno and in the territories of Lucera, Biccari, Troia.
The blend is composed of Troia Nero 60%, Montepulciano 30%, Bombino 10%, our personal interpretation includes the use of Tonneau where the wine matures for 6 months with subsequent passage in bottle for refining.

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La Marchesa Il Nerone I.G.T.

Nerone is our excellent red wine. So called to dedicate it to the man who passed on to Sergio his passion for the vine his uncle Gino, great landowner, so loved but so feared by all because of his gruff character, so much to give him the nickname of the famous tyrant Nero, but at the same time so sensitive to cultivate the vineyard, the one who gave him the first scissors to learn how to prune and who for many years accompanied him in this work.

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Apollonio Terragnolo Negroamaro I.G.P.

Training system: old bush vines. Trunks are kept short: 40-60 cm high. Few budsv(6-8), in order to ensure high-quality yields.
Region: mostly flat areas dotted with a few low hills. From a geological point of view, the region has a calcareous structure. Except for a few areas, its ground is mostly rocky, made up of stony layers and chalky banks.

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Apollonio Primitivo Terragnolo I.G.P.

Training system: old bush vines. Trunks are kept short: 40-60 cm high. Few buds (6-8), in order to ensure high-quality yields.Region: mostly flat areas dotted with a few low hills. From a geological point of view,
the region has a calcareous structure. Except for a few areas, its ground is mostly rocky, made up of stony layers and chalky banks.

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Ceuso Scurati Nero D'Avola I.G.P.

The charming grotto of Scurati in the medieval village of Custonaci is the namesake for the young wine made from Nero d'Avola, possibly the best known red grape Sicilian varietal.
Scurati Red is made from the estate's youngest vines.  Good acidity, full body and gentle, lively tannins make Scurati Red a wine for all occasions.
Its versatility and amazing value for money make this an ideal wine for everyday.

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Vivera Martinella Etna Rosso 2013 D.O.P.

Martinella Etna Rosso is the perfect expression of the district. The nose is complex, slightly spicy and accompanied by red fruits. In the mouth it is fresh, mineral and with soft and silky tannins. A wine that perfectly expresses the north-eastern boundary of the district: from the northern zone comes the complexity and from the woods of the eastern area freshness and elegance. It is a wine that lets itself be drunk with joy and that enchants for its complexity and simplicity.

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S. Anna Cabernet Sauvignon D.O.C.

Originally from the region of Bordeaux, this grape variety has successfully been cultivated for some time in Italy. The adaptability of this wine to the territory makes the characteristics of the grape’s terroir particularly reco-gnizable. In the eastern part of the Veneto region, smooth wines of good body are produced, elegant whether aged first in wooden barrels or ready for consumption when still fresh and young.

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S. Anna Merlot Venezia D.O.C.

Cultivated in Veneto and Friuli since the middle of the nineteenth century, the Merlot has by now become naturally acclimatized to this area which produces smooth, full-bodied wines of unmatched quality that are excellent as an accompaniment for the typical seasoned dishes traditional around here.

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S. Agata Barbera d'Asti Baby D.O.C.G.

The “Barbera d’Asti” has always been a young, fresh and fruity wine. Its tasting is always appreciated. Ancestor of the Barbera d’Asti Superiore, which has risen to top quality, the Barbera d’Asti represents today the simpler connection with this vine. It’s the first step towards more challenging wine-making techniques. It’s like a sweet and fascinating “child”, which strikes for his simplicity and freshness.

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Giacosa Nebbiolo d’Alba D.O.C.G.

Nebbiolo d’Alba is obtained from the vineyard of the same name, from grapes grown on the left flank the Tanaro River. This wine is only sold after maturing in the bottle for a year. With a more or less full ruby red colour, which with age becomes slightly garnet red. Its bouquet is reminiscent of violets.

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Giacosa Barbera d'Alba Bussia D.O.C.G.

The grapes for this wine are grown in the subarea of Bussìa, in the grounds of Cascina Canavere in the Commune of Monforte. Fermented with the skins this wine matures for a year in 60 hectolitre casks.
The ruby red colour, fresh scents of fruit and pastries, consistent and full-bodied taste makes this wine refined and elegant.

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Giacosa Barolo Bussia D.O.C.G.

Grown in vineyards in the subarea of Bussia in Monforte d’Alba.
The balance between the clayey and calcareous elements in the soil, the high presence of magnesium and microelements, the temperature ranges of the altitude and location of the valley mouth favour the essentials, in these grapes, of particular fruity notes.
Non-invasive winemaking, lengthy maceration, and ageing in casks of 30 and 60 hectolitres (60 and 120 kegs) produce a velvety wine with smooth tanicity.

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Virna Barolo del comune di Barolo D.O.C.G.

Loads of blackberry and red berry with vanilla oak character. full and concentrated, displaying seamless tannins and gorgeous fruit.

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Virna Langhe Nebbiolo "IL" D.O.C

The wine is laid down in bottles for 6 months before packaging and consignment.

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Virna Dolcetto d'Alba D.O.C.

Virna Dolcetto d'Alba D.O.C.

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Virna Barolo Cannubi Boschis D.O.C.G.

The Cannubi Boschis hill is where these two different types of soil merge, and this is why the Cannubi cru has become so famous, combining as it does the elegance of one with the power of the other.

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Valdelana Tinto Joven Tempranillo D.O.C.

Varieties: 95% Tempranillo, 5% Viura. A small percentage of Viura is added to Tempranillo, the region’s most important grape variety, to highlight its colour and aromas.

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Piérola Crianza Rioja D.O.C.

Piérola Crianza es un vino tinto de la D.O. Rioja elaborado por Fernández de Piérola. Se trata de un monovarietal de Tempranillo. Las uvas proceden de viñas que superan los 30 años de edad y cuya producción es inferior a los 5.500 kg/ha. La vendimia se efectúa manualmente.

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Piérola Tempranillo Rioja Gran Reserva D.O.C.

Planted on 60 year plus old vines comes this exquisite wine, 100% Tempranillo from Bodegas Fernandez de Pierola.

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Piérola Rioja Tempranillo Reserva D.O.C.

Grape Variety: 100% Tempranillo
Vinification:
The grapes come from old vineyards, from 45 to 65 years old, giving low yields that offer high concentrations of polyphenols and colouring matter.Fermentation of destalked grapes takes place in stainless steel tanks equipped with cooling jackets to maintain temperatures below 30 °C. Maceration with skin contact for 30 days, with twice-daily pump-over.

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Piérola - Traslascuestas - Ribera del Duero Roble D.O.

Grape Variety: 100% Tempranillo
Vinification: Vineyards are older than 20 years old and the yields do not go more than 4.500 kg/ha, manual harvested in small cases of 15 kg and grapes pass through a selection table to avoid bunches not according with our quality, although this year the grapes` healthy was very high. After a soft crushed of the grapes we make the first process of maceration in cold stainless steel vats (8ºC) for four days, to extract aromas as much as possible and after that we will place the wine for fermentation using autochthonous yeasts, this process long no more than 10 days until sugar are out. Maceration process again at least 15 days to get volume and fat which will balance the wines.

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Piérola - Traslascuestas - Ribero del Duero Crianza D.O.

Grape Variety: 100% Tempranillo
Vinification: Vineyards are older than 20 years old and the yields do not go more than 4.500 kg/ha, manual harvested in small cases of 15 kg and grapes pass through a selection table to avoid bunches not according with our quality, although this year the grapes` healthy was very high. After a soft crushed of the grapes we make the first process of maceration in cold stainless steel vats (8ºC) for four days, to extract aromas as much as possible and after that we will place the wine for fermentation using autochthonous yeasts, this process long no more than 10 days until sugar are out. Maceration process again at least 15 days to get volume and fat which will balance the wines.

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Raymond Fabre Pinot Noir Cuvee de Flora A.O.C.

The palate will pick up slight liquor ice notes with a supple harmonious finish.

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Raymond Fabre Chateauneuf du Pape

Tasting Notes: Purple dress, showing high complexity with notes of red fruit (cherries, sour cherries) and spices. A powerful, fleshy attack with soft tannins and tight grain leaving a great delicacy on the palate. Its long lasting finish boasts ripe fruit, chocolate, cocoa, cherries in brandy.

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Raymond Fabre Chateauneuf du Pape MATTEO Organic A.O.C.

Varietals: Grenache (70%) Mourvedre (15%) Syrah (10%) Cinsault (5%)
Winemaking: Hand harvested then table sorted followed by 100% de-stemming. Vatting time of 21 to 30 days. Half of the wine is aged in oak vat and the other half in old barriques during 12 to 14 months.
Certified Organic

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Haut Medoc Clement Pichon A.O.C.

Haut Medoc Clement Pichon A.O.C.

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St. Emilion Gran Cru Chateau Barrail Bellegrave A.O.C.

St. Emilion Gran Cru Chateau Barrail Bellegrave A.O.C.

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Margaux Chateau Grand Soussan 2013 A.O.C.

Margaux Chateau Grand Soussan 2013 A.O.C.

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Saint Nabor - Côtes du Rhône Tradition Red

Grape variety: Grenache, Syrah, Carignan, Cinsault
Soil type: Southern exposure protecting the terrace from wind; the soils are a mixture of limestone and clay.
Winemaking: Fully de-stemmed grapes. 8 to 10 days maceration. Fermentation is temperature controlled.

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Saint Nabor - Côtes du Rhône Villages Domaine des Santonilles

Grape variety: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan.
Soil type: Southern exposure protecting the terrace from wind; the soils are a mixture of limestone and clay.
Winemaking: Harvest at full maturity (color, aromas, tannins). Long vatting of 18 to 20 days.

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Saint Nabor - Côtes du Rhône Villages Cuvee Prestige

Grape variety: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan.
Soil type: Southern exposure protecting the terrace from wind; the soils are a mixture of limestone and clay. High presence of stones and rocks in soil.
Winemaking: Harvested at full maturity (color, aromas, tannins). Long vatting of 18 to 20 days. Aged in tanks and then in oak barrels for 9 months.

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Famille Valery - Merlot

Famille Valery - Merlot

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Famille Valery - Viognier

Famille Valery - Viognier

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Famille Valery - Cuveè Grand Vin

Famille Valery - Cuveè Grand Vin

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Cassone La Florencia Malbec

Cassone La Florencia Malbec

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Cassone - Obra Prima Malbec Reserve

Cassone - Obra Prima Malbec Reserve

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Estampa Carmenere Malbec Reserva

Reserva Carmenere wine is a red assembly, from 100% of the Colchagua Valley.
For this variety, we select 25 hectares of our own vineyards with mass selection plants. The soils where it develops are deep with good drainage and clay type, the climate is warm and dry during the ripening period of the grapes.

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Estampa Malbec Syrah Reserva

Estampa Malbec Syrah Reserva

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Estampa Cabernet Sauvignon Petit Verdot Reserva

Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon wine is a red assembly, from 100% of the Colchagua Valley.
For this variety, we select 25 hectares of our own vineyards with mass selection plants. The soils where it develops are deep with good drainage and clay type, the climate is warm and dry during the ripening period of the grapes.

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Estampa Cabernet Sauvignon Syrah Malbec Gran Reserva

Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon is a red assembly from Marchigüe, whose predominant strain is Cabernet Sauvignon. Each variety is vinified separately and goes through a 10 to 14 month aging in French barrels, a period in which it acquires complexity and character.

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Estampa Carmenere Syrah Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva

The Fina Reserva Carmenere wine is a red assembly from Colchagua whose predominant variety is Carmenere. Each strain is vinified separately and goes through a guard for 10 to 14 months in French barrels, a period in which it acquires complexity and character. In this way, it achieves a perfect balance between fruitiness and barrel. An elegant wine, special for pairing.

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Estampa Carmenere Cabernet Sauvignon Petit Verdot Cabernet Franc Gold Special Selection

Gold Premium wine is a red assembly from Marchigüe, its predominant variety is Carménère. It originates from a selection of specific barracks with low production per hectare, which allows a greater concentration of fruit. Subsequently, three other varieties are added and the wine goes through a 12 to 14 month aging in French barrels, a period in which it acquires complexity and character.

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Viña Tunquelen TOro D'Oro Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon  2018, Sur Valles Wine Group, Central Valley

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Viña Tunquelen TOro D'Oro Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva

Viña Tunquelen TOro D'Oro Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva

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Viña Tunquelen TOro D'Oro Merlot

Viña Tunquelen TOro D'Oro Merlot

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Viña Tunquelen TOro D'Oro Pinot Noir Reserva

Viña Tunquelen TOro D'Oro Pinot Noir Reserva

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Opolo Grand Rouge

The grapes for this wine are sourced from Opolo’s estate vineyards in Paso Robles. Cooling breezes from the nearby Pacific Ocean contribute foggy mornings and lower summer temperatures, which produces exceptional, expressive fruit.

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Opolo Mountain Zinfandel

The grapes for this wine are sourced from eight vineyards in Paso Robles, an appellation justly famous for producing intense fruit forward zinfandels. The climate of these Westside vineyards are characterized by slightly cooler growing conditions due to coastal temperatures and austere soils which produce a fruit with exceptional varietal character and expression.

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Opolo Petite Syrah 2015

The grapes are sourced from our estate vineyards in Paso Robles. Cooling breezes from the nearby Pacific Ocean contribute foggy mornings and lower summer temperatures which produces exceptional,expressive fruit.

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Opolo Sangiovese 2015

The grapes are sourced from our estate vineyards in Paso Robles. Cooling breezes from the nearby Pacific Ocean contribute foggy mornings and lower summer temperatures which produces exceptional, expressive fruit.

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Opolo Summit Creek Merlot 2015

The grapes for this wine are sourced from Opolo’s estate vineyards in Paso Robles. Cooling breezes from the nearby Pacific Ocean contribute foggy mornings and lower summer temperatures, which produces exceptional, expressive fruit.

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Opolo Cabernet Sauvignon

The grapes for this wine are sourced from Opolo’s estate vineyards in Paso Robles, an appellation gaining notoriety for its big, bold Cabernets.

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