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An outstanding double Magnum bottle (3L), hand-signed by the winery owner, Mr Leopoldo Franceschi, enclosed in its perfectly intact wooden box. Perfect gift for a wine connoisseur or for a large group dinner.
Il Poggione 2015 Brunello di Montalcino shows a darker and more concentrated appearance than many of its peers. Aromas of moist soil, tobacco and smoke. Candied cherry hovers over the entire bouquet. A dusty note of crushed mineral that rides long on the full-bodied finish. Il Poggione's Brunello is also distinguished by firm, youthful tannin that need a few more years to unwind - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 97 points
"If elephants can fly, then presumably Greek mythology was correct that horses can as well. This is a winery that I don’t know at all, but the wine has certainly acquitted itself impressively in my horizontal tastings of 2005s. Dense ruby/purple, with loads of blackcurrant fruit and good purity of texture and body, it’s well-made, approachable already, but capable of lasting another 5-8 years. Interesting, this is certainly one of the least expensive high-quality Cabernet Sauvignons from Napa. This wine was aged 18 months in about 30% new French oak, and the label says it is 14.7% natural alcohol. This is a sleeper of the vintage." Robert Parker 89 points
La Poderina is located in Montalcino in the area of Castelnuovo dell'Abate well known for the particular “elegance and balance” of its wines. The Estate is located in front of the histyorical Benedectine abbey of Sant’Antimo, that dates back to I century a.C. Montalcino is nestled in Val D’Orcia, that was declared in 2004 from the UNESCO “Heritage of Humanity”.
Bright, dark red. Spicy red berries, cherry and a flinty nuance on the nose. Then silky, supple and sweet with chewy black and red cherry flavors. Not especially fleshy but offers an attractive restrained sweetness and finishes with rather soft tannins and good length.
The nose of this lives up to its Italian name — the little sweet one — with hints of raspberries and sweet cherries amid toasted coconut and coffee. The palate is racy with cranberries, pie cherries and pomegranate as the acidity stays far ahead of the tannin structure.
GOLD WINNER of the 2020 Oregon Wine Awards
The Rose Wine Rosato DOC Irpinia wine has been gaining more and more popularity. It is vinified with only red Aglianico grape. With its striking acidity, powerful fruit and firm tannins, Aglianico can make a beautiful, aromatic yet serious rosé expressed in all its kindness and freshness. With the rich Irpinia alluvial soil, the modestly warm days and the cool breezes, the Aglianico struggles here to accumulate much sugar. Therefore this rosé is dry, bright and crisp.
Single vineyard, Southern Oregon Umpqua Valley AVA Syrah, 2020 vintage, 18 months in neutral oak.
Deep purple-red color with a full body, this Syrah is characterized by a meaty flavor of black pepper and dark fruits, and notes of blackberry, blueberry, boysenberry, licorice, chocolate, and herbs. Low in acidity and mild tannins make this wine very pleasant to drink.
Color is ruby, tending towards garnet with age. Bouquet is penetrating, ample, and extremely complex, with wild berry fruit, spice and vanilla. Palate is dry, warm, well balanced and austere, ample and persistent.
Wine Spectator-Champagne, France- "Snappy acidity provides a mouthwatering quality to the toasted nut, tangy cherry... offering fine balance to the richer flavor profile. Finely textured, with a subtle, aromatic finish."
An exceptional Jeroboam bottle (5L), enclosed in its perfectly intact wooden box. Perfect for a wine connoisseur, or wine collector, or for a large group dinner.
Castello Banfi's 2010 Brunello di Montalcino is one of the ripest wines I have tasted from this vintage. The bouquet opens to chewy tones of cherry or raspberry preserves with dried prunes and figs at the back. This is no surprise considering the softly sloping, sea-facing vineyards located in the lower part of the appellation where temperatures are slightly warmer on average. There is no doubt that this is an impeccably crafted wine (it sees 50-50 aging in French barrique and larger oak casks) that aspires to a great level of intensity, power and fullness. The mouthfeel is round and immediate with sweet fruit flavors. This Brunello will appeal to those who like a softer side of Sangiovese - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 92 points