16 Italian in the Top 100 di Wine Spectator

After launching release in fits and starts on the top ten most anticipated by manufacturers, retailers and wine lovers , the drafting of Wine Spectator has unveiled the wine judged best of the year , Spain’s La Rioja Imperial Gran Reserva 2004 Cune , with a score of 95 / 100 , priced $ 63…

Vigna “La Rosa” Barolo Docg 2008 – Fontanafredda

#86 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2013 Region: Piedmont Appellation: Barolo DOCG All grapes for this single vineyard offering come from the “La Rosa” vineyard in the village of Serralunga. Vines are planted in 820-980 feet above sea level and the soils of Miocene-Helvetian origin are packed with calcareous marl and clay, with plenty of quartzose sand…

Barbaresco Docg 2007 – Produttori di Barbaresco

#61 on the TOP 100 WINES OF THE YEAR Wine Spectator 2013 Grappe 100% Nebbiolo Style Still red wine, full-bodied and intense, enveloping the fruity, aged in oak barrels Color Garnet red with ruby hues Perfume Intense and persistent aromas of currant, raspberry and blueberry Taste Intense, warm and enveloping, with round tannins and soft Il Barbaresco dei Produttori del Barbaresco is…

BARBARESCO “IL BRICCO” Docg – Pio Cesare

GRAPE VARIETY: NEBBIOLO 100 % VINEYARDS: A single vineyard Barbaresco from very ripe grapes of several plots in the famous “Il Bricco” Estate, owned by the Pio Family. VINIFICATION: Fermented in stainless steel tanks; 15 days of skin contact. AGEING: This wine ages in French oak for 30 months. 70% of it in new barriques…

Virtus Langhe Doc Rosso

The most international of our wines made with a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Barbera. Aging in French oak barriques gives this wine its great persolanity, deep ruby red robe, full complex and persistent character. The nose offers sensations of mature berries and chalky mineral notes. Its long harmonious finish makes this great wine a…

Marchesi Di Gresy Barbaresco Piedmont

The Company Le Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Grésy, owned by the di Grésy family since 1797, began producing their own wines in 1973 following a decision by Alberto di Grésy. The vineyards are situated in the Langhe and Monferrato areas, which are recognized as the home of Piedmont’s greatest wines. The four estates are: Martinenga in the heart of…