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70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Barbera, and 10% Nebbiolo. Very deep purplish red. A rich bouquet that ranges from black pepper to sweet yellow bell pepper, later. Luscious and clean on the palate, technically impeccable.Read More
"It is the Bongiovanni philosophy to follow every stage of the winemaking process, from vineyard management (these being our own, proprietary vineyards) to packaging. We painstakingly select only the finest grapes to make sure only the finest possible wine makes it to the shelf."
90% Sangiovese and 10% Mammolo. Brilliant ruby red, with a fresh fruity and floral bouquet of iris, violets, plums, blueberries, Briar rose and brushwood, confirmed on the consistent, fragrant palate, rich in pure Sangiovese character.Read More
"Boscarelli, now in its third generation, seeks to maintain its original spirit by dedicating every day to maximizing the unique character of Sangiovese."
90% Cabernet Sauvignon & 10% Merlot. Deep, dark ruby in color. Very floral and beautiful with hints of dark fruit, black currant and dried flowers, such as violets. Full body, firm and silky tannins and a fresh and bright finish. Lots of dried citrus undertones.Read More
“Cignale received its name after the first crop, in 1983, was eaten by wild boars (“cignale” in ancient Tuscan). Hence the wine name.”
30% Nebbiolo, 30% Cabernet, 20% Merlot, & 20% Barbera. Intense garnet color, with a pleasing aromas of cooked plums and blackberries, and an underlying hint of vanilla. Full bodied with a rich tannic structure, soft with an intense fruity taste and balanced, elegant, spiced final note.Read More
"Only with the care and passion we take in the vineyards, can we grow grapes that are healthy and of high quality which, in turn, are used to produce high-quality wines that will cellar well."
60% Sangiovese & 40% Merlot. Concentrated, voluptuously textured; rich, ripe, and packed with berry fruit, and intriguing nuances of underbrush, spices and incense.Read More
“For Fuligni, terroir is the essence of great wines, and is the cultural legacy of generations of winegrowers who work a piece land to capture its best exposures and to perfect cultivation and aging techniques just as the Fulignis have done over the last century at their estate in Montalcino.”