Sanct Valentin Chardonnay Doc 2010 – ST Micheal Eppan

A wine with international style, produced only in good years from the best grapes. This vouches for its excellent reputation. The wine has a gold-yellow colour, with a pronounced vanilla tone that arises from its maturation in small oak casks and strong aromas of ripe fruits, this Chardonnay also establishes itself on the palate, strong…

Brunello di Montalcino Docg 2007 – Uccelliera

VARIETY 100% Sangiovese selected from Montalcino. PRODUCTION AREA Vineyards in Castelnuovo dell’Abate, at elevations of 150-350 metres on well-exposed hillslopes south-east of Montalcino. ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS Elegant and well balanced, powerful, but clean and smooth and a dynamic rising finale. AGEING Maturation in Slavonian and French oak barrels for a minimum of 24 months, in special…

Torrione Igt Toscano 2009 – Petrolo

Torrione is made mainly from pure Sangiovese grapes, both those that come from historic vines of the 70s and ones more recently planted with high density. The yield per plant is notably restricted (max 2.5 lbs per vine plant), allowing a concentration of all the noble components of the grape, fundamental for the full-bodied character…

Oreno Igt – Tenuta Sette Ponti

Oreno Oreno, which bears the name of the stream through La Tenuta Sette Ponti and the location where the farm is located, is the cult wine company. The result of a blend between the structure of Merlot and the class of Cabernet Sauvignon, together with the elegance of Petit Verdot, expresses the full potential of…

Franciacorta Saten DOcg – Clarabella

Soft delicacy could be the explanation of the name coined by the producers of Franciacorta. Maximum expression of a grape, chardonnay, which is able to extract from these lands, structure, elegance and minerality then transformed with a skilful vinification in what we consider the aperitif par excellence. Fermentation in stainless steel for 90% and 10%…

Non Confunditur Igt – Argiano

Non Confunditur’s initials N.C., are often thought to refer to Noemi Cinzano, Argiano’s longstanding owner. The truth however is ‘Non Confunditur’ is the Latin term written on Argiano’s crest and was the motto of the former owners, the Lovatelli Gaetani d’Aragona family. We baptized this wine as Non Confunditur to honor the prestigious and glorious…