This is for intent a declassified Valpolicella,and that’s exactly what it tastes like. The surprising thing is what a good Valpolicella it tastes like. It’s easy, but with all the spices and characters that you expect of Corvina from the Veneto. And there’s no sweetness here. This is a balanced bottle of wine.
Softer and more accessible then this winery's Barbaresco, we believe this Nebbiolo to be one of the very top offerings for the money from Piedmont. There are a lot of forest characteristics in this wine to go along with the red fruit.
This is all cranberry deliciousness. That juicy tartness just makes you want to jump up, do a little jig, and declare "I sure do love wine! Uh huh, uh huh!"
Soft, slight earthy Sangiovese that drinks way above its price.
This is a wonderful wine to drink when you're feeling the Barolo vibe but want something a little more casual and accessible. This is a slightly bigger style then the other Nebbiolo wines that we offer.
You'll be wondering why there aren't more expressions of Banchetta Genovese available after trying this wonderful wine that evokes the sea shore.
Lovely, vibrant, natural Dolcetto that is a wine to put smiles on faces.
One of the best value Chianti's that you can find. This is always consistent, showing bright red berried fruit, with enough acid to be mouth watering but never high strung.
It's tough to find a Pinot Grigio that gives you so much and costs so little. There's nothing watered down here. Lots of fruit, a great expression, refreshing and balanced.
This Soave focuses on purity and clarity, making it a much more refreshing glass then most of the wines from the Soave we've tried. The texture and flavors keep the palate invigorated, but its the level of refreshment that this offers that makes it such a great wine with food or even by itself.