Antinori Peppoli Chianti Classico 2017 ItalyAntinori Peppoli Chianti Classico 2017 Italy
Antinori Peppoli Chianti 2017 is characterized by notes of cherries and raspberries, and the aromatic profile is completed by nuances of violets and vanilla. On the palate, the wine is tasty and balanced with lively acidity, a characteristic of Sangiovese-based wines. The fruity notes and the spices of the oak dominate the finish and aftertaste. The wine is soft in its tannins and long and lingering on the finish..
Ciacci Piccolomini Toscana Rosso 2016Ciacci Piccolomini Toscana Rosso 2016
Ciacci Piccolomini Toscana Rosso 2016 displays sweet cherry, red plum, flowers, leather, and a hint of dusty earth. Aged in a combination of Slavonian, French, and American oak for 6 months before bottling.
Cigliano Chianti Classico 2016 ItalyCigliano Chianti Classico 2016 Italy
Cigliano Chianti Classico 2016 is well-balanced sweetness and acidity combine with elegant
tannins to ensure a long and persistent finish. A wine with a vibrant and resolute
D’Alessandro Borgo Syrah 2012 ItalyD’Alessandro Borgo Syrah 2012 Italy
D’Alessandro Borgo Syrah 2012 Italy
Inviting aromas of blue flowers, blackberry and pine forest make an attractive introduction to this friendly wine. The firm but easy-drinking palate doles out juicy black cherry, crushed plum and ground pepper alongside velvety tannins, creating a poised and enjoyable wine.
Il Gobbo Nero Syrah Toscana 2011 ItalyIl Gobbo Nero Syrah Toscana 2011 Italy
Il Gobbo Nero Syrah Toscana 2011
Il Gobbo Nero is our single-variety syrah, produced from the selection of the best syrah grapes of our vineyard. The vinification takes place in concrete tanks, then the wine rests for 12 months in French oak barriques. The wine spends 12 months of refinement in the bottle, before being sold. The wine has a deep ruby red colour, and at the nose it pleasantly surprises with notes of pepper, cinnamon, berries such as currant, blueberry and a cherry base. Compelling in the mouth, with fine and flaunt tannins, structured body, well balanced, with a fresh note calibrated. The finish is inviting and complex.
La Fornace Brunello Di Montalcino 2011 ItalyLa Fornace Brunello Di Montalcino 2011 Italy
La Fornace Brunello Di Montalcino 2011 – La Fornace is a small family-owned company, its origins are date back to the history of civilization. Our parents bought the farm where they had worked all their life as sharecroppers.
We, their son and his wife, have continued to cultivate the land, with the help of our children. Today we produce, in small quantities, the Brunello di Montalcino DOCG wine and Rosso di Montalcino DOC wine and, in the best vintages of Brunello Riserva DOCG from the pomace is distilled our Grappa di Brunello.
In addition to the wine we have an excellent extra virgin olive oil IGP Toscano. Each of these products is taken care of with a wisdom that comes from direct knowledge of the earth, and with a passion that is renewed from generation to generation.
Poggiotondo Chianti Superiore 2016 ItalyPoggiotondo Chianti Superiore 2016 Italy
Poggiotondo Chianti Superiore 2016 is deep garnet with ruby hues, this rich Chianti Superiore offers plush aromas of red and black cherries with floral hints of iris. Firm, well-integrated tannins on the palate are balanced by a zesty acidity. Perfect for tomato sauced pastas, beef lasagne, bean stews or chili and salami cuts.
“Wines of the Week” “Deliciously succulent with spicy, sweet dark cherry and wild hedgerow fruit but just a little savoury too. Beautifully balanced and harmonious. Both smooth and tangy and finishes so fresh.”
Julia Harding MW, Jancis Robinson website, 21 Oct ’16
Querce Bettina Rosso Di Montalcino 2012 ItalyQuerce Bettina Rosso Di Montalcino 2012 Italy
Querce Bettina Rosso Di Montalcino 2012
Querce Bettina’s philosophy is simple: great wines are made in the vineyard.
What this amounts to is minimal intervention in the vineyard in order to harvest perfectly healthy grapes; stringent fruit selection via green harvest, hand harvesting and sorting tables to ensure every grape goes into the winery in the best possible condition; Gentle pressing followed by fermentation in stainless steel at controlled temperatures (including malolactic fermentation); moderate extraction and sensitive use of oak.
The result is a range of wines that display finesse and elegance, as well as an innate vibrancy, and that speak clearly of their terroir.