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Bright pale straw yellow color. Aromas of light apple and acacia-like fruity scents. Fresh and lively flavor. Learn More

A stylish and elegant Pinot Noir rather than full-bodied and muscular. Brilliant medium ruby with a fresh, fruity nose, aromatic, supple and luscious with hints of red currants and damsons, velvety tannins and a discreet whiff of oak spice. Pair with light starters, roast partridge, rack of hare, Peking duck, even meaty fish. Learn More

The wine is straw yellow in colour with greenish hues. The aftertaste is slightly bitter, a characteristic of this type of grape. The aroma is fruity and floral. Peach, white flowers and almonds make up the bouquet. Can be paired with any type of fish. Learn More

This wine has pleasant aromas of red berries and flavors of black raspberries, cherries and spice. Low in alcohol, Adesso is a fun and easy to drink red wine for those who prefer their wines off dry. Enjoy with fruit desserts and mild cheeses. Learn More

Deep ruby in color, the wine offers intense aromas and flavors of black fruit. It is full-bodied with a velvety texture and balanced tannins. Pair with lamb or rich pork dishes. Learn More

Agricola Querciabella Camartina 2006
WS 92 RP 95 W&S 90 V 95 WE 94
The vineyards where the grapes for Camartina are grown have been cultivated organically since 1988 and have been converted to a strict biodynamic standard in 2000. The grapes are carefully selected in the vineyards and harvested in 8-kilo crates. They are destemmed, uncrushed, and then conveyed into temperature-controlled, stainless-steel vats or, just for the very best parcels, small temperature-controlled concrete vats. Here, alcoholic fermentation, maceration, and malolactic fermentation take place. Macerations last about 12 days for the Sangiovese and up to 20 days for the Cabernet Sauvignon. Learn More

The Chianti Classico zone has been, for centuries, really, one of the most celebrated areas of Tuscany, praised universally for its culture and art, its captivating landscapes, and for its glorious wine and food. The Tenuta San Felice lies in the commune of Castelnuovo Berardenga, at an altitude of about 400 metres, in the southern portion of the Chianti Classico district. It encompasses some 650 hectares, of which 140 are in high-quality vineyards, and boasts about 17,000 olive trees. Learn More

Tastes soft, medium thickness with a round structure with a dense network of noble tannins. Scents of intense and persistent rich berry notes. Learn More

25-30% Garganega, 25% Trebbiano, 20% Tocai, 15% Cortese, Riesling italico, and Pinot bianco, 15% Chardonnay. Bright straw-yellow color with greenish reflections. Very fragrant with aromatic notes. Savory, round, delicate, full-bodied, and dry but without harshness. Ideal and almost unbeatable with light appetizers, pasta or rice, tortellini and soups, white meat, seafood salads, or grilled vegetables and mushrooms. Learn More

This blend of 70% Corvina Veronese, 25% Rondinella and 5% Sangiovese is a smooth, fullbodied cru made in an innovative ripasso style. Learn More

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