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fresh. Pale yellow with greenish hues. The wine opens up with aromas pear,
hazelnut, elderberry and hawthorn. A crowd pleaser that has great drinkability.
The estate is owned by the Briziarelli family, founded in 1906 by the patron of
Pio Briziarelli (1878-1966). The winery was started in 2002 by Pio Briziarelli,
a innovative businessman who is a leader in the bricks industry and decided to
expand into wine.
on Tuscany and right above Rome is the lesser-known and lesser-traveled region
of Umbria. It’s here where you’ll find some of the most amazing, delightfully
undervalued Italian wines – from the crisp, dry white wines of Grechetto to the
deep colored, antioxidant-rich reds of Sagrantino.
Greean Apples, Citrus, Zesty and Fresh
popular Austrian Gruner delights the palate with zesty notes of spice, apple
and lemongrass. Pairs superbly with classic summer dishes, as well as exotic
Eastern fare. Highly drinkable no matter what is on the table.
Green Apple, Lemongrass
famous Pfaffl winery is situated in the village of Stetton in Austria’s
Weinviertel (wine quarter) within Niederösterreich (lower Austria), not far
from Vienna. Today the estate comprises 90 hectares and is run by Roman Pfaffl
and his sister Heidi Fischer. Roman looks after the vineyards and is the
winemaker with Heidi running the administrative and marketing side of the
straw in appearance, the nose is full of ripe fruit and citrus zest. The palate
is dry and rounded with good texture. Apple and citrus flavors and hints of
spicy pepper gives the wine great presence. The finish is very long and
flavorsome with good acidity.
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de Uco is one of the sweet spots in Mendoza
2013 vintage for us was a great year as all our vineyards enjoyed excellent
weather conditions and escaped from suffering any pest, hail storm, extremely
hot days, etc. These conditions meant that our Allamand Valle de Uco Cabernet
Sauvignon 2013 shows more fresh fruit, optimum maturity, and more complexity
than our previous years. In the mouth the wine is more serious than the
more body, structure, and power in the palate.
Perfumed peach stone fruits, green pear, quince, and lovely complex struck match flinty notes. Subtle smoky depth, pineapple, jasmine and supple soft texture. Very elegant with ultra-fine musk and spiced apple richness. Wow, what a wine. True marriage of classism and precision. 55% Chenin Blanc, 20% Sémillon, 25% Sauvignon Blanc.
Tasting Note: The wine is limpid pale gold in color, with initial aromatic impressions of pear and stone fruit followed by notes of lanolin, lime leaf, citrus peel and smoke on the nose. These lead into a very refined palate of pears, peaches and apricots, with further flavors of lanolin, white pepper, allspice and integrated vanilla. A clean, precise line of citrus underscores the whole in a texture that shows breadth and body without heaviness. The finish is long and succulent, punctuated by vibrant, high toned acidity.
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40% Touriga Franca; 40% Tinta Roriz; 20% Tinta Cao.
is a beautiful Sino, rather full in the mouth for this level, soft and
caressing on the palate and simply bursting with flavor. There is not a lot of
mid-palate concentration, despite the full-bodied initial feel, but the juicy
finish is laced with sweet fruit and it is quite delicious. There are ripe
tannins for support. The wine has a fresh, bright feel that should make it
easily approachable, but it may improve further over the next year, too. It is
impeccably balanced and quiet lovely for mid-term consumption.
wine is a classic Douro blend dominated by Touriga Franca, giving a rich, soft
and juicy character that is ready to drink. It has great fruit, spice and
and elegant with very seductive balanced fruit and soft approachable tannins.
This is a wine that expresses the wild beauty of its Douro Origins.
great Domaine focuses on Vaqueyras and Gigondas and they make of the
appellations finest wines. Their 2016 Gigondas les Pigieres got 96pts by Parker
making it on of the wines of this great vintage. The Domaine Font Sarade wines
are crafted by the father and daughter team of Bernard and Claire Burle . Their
delicious Rose is sourced from 40 year old vines in the Ventoux from estate
vineyard located in Aubignan, on safre and sandy soils This is an appetizing
rosé made from Syrah, Grenache and Carignan, from the family vineyards. Color
is a brilliant, pale salmon pink, with very clean, fine aromas of red fruits
and floral freshness. The palate has impressive concentration and depth of
fruit, thanks to low yielding vines, recalling delicate peach and fragrant red
berries. Here is a dry, crisp, racy rosé with enough character to enjoy with
food. Only 160 cases made. A great Rose for Summer from a Winery that huge care
in every bottle they produce. One of out top picks for 2018 Rose, while
Great White Buy! The Noble White Wine Of Piedmont
is a wine that takes its name from the region’s main village. The village of
Gavi, is in southern Piedmont, bordering Liguria, and the wine is made from the
Cortese grape. Although Cortese is grown all over the northwest, it was first
recorded as a Piedmontese variety in 1659.
in 1890, Castellari Bergaglio is a family-run winery that Gambero Rosso hails
as “one of the appellation’s principal reference points”. Fourth generation
Marco Castellari Bergaglio best describes the family philosophy: “We wish to
craft wines that reflect terroir, not stereotype.”
focus on making the finest Gavi and do not make red wines.
984 feet above sea level, we find the estate of Castellari Bergaglio, totaling
12 hectares under vine. Gavi di Tassarolo Fornaci is a single vineyard wine
named after a brick oven – fornace in Italian – that used to stand in place of
the vineyards, within the township of Tassarolo. Winemaker is the very talented
Roberto Gerbino who consults all over Italy.
grapes are transferred to the cellar immediately and undergo soft pressing to
extract the very best from the fruit. Fermentation takes place slowly at a
controlled temperature (18-20°C, to maintain the typically rich aromas of the
Cortese di Gavi varietal) and lasts for up to 20 days.
notes: Those looking for an intriguing Gavi with great finesse and ideal
balance can do no better that Fornaci with its Floral nuance of hawthorn and
lily complement fruiter notes of banana, followed by subtly pungent citrus,
hay, and mint. In the mouth it is compact, spherical, and harmonious, very much
in line with the bouquet, and it concludes with a lengthy, cleanly-delineated
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