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“602020” CABERNET

Tipo | Rosso secco

L’etichett a è giocata su linee decise e i toni forti del rosso che ben rappresentano il caratt ere dei vitigni Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc e Merlot. I numeri 60 20 20 esprimono le percentuali dei vitigni che compongono questo vino. Rappresenta il dono della vita.

125 – UNO | DUE | CINQU

This wine has an elegant red colour and intense aromas, with notes of ripe plums, tobacco leaves, cherry jam and cocoa. It is slightly aromatic, with a pleasant finish of vanilla and cocoa. On the palate, it has a great structure, with a smooth flavour rich of ripe tannins. It matches with aged cheese, pasta and pizza

Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico Docg

Superbe wine, pride of Valpolicella Classica, born from the careful selection of grapes dried in the typical fruit drying sheds for about 4 months. The meticulous care of the grapes during the drying and the right maturation first in barriques and then in Slavonian oak barrels, develop complexity of scents and flavors. Elegant, smooth, balanced, it expresses tradition, terroir and passion.

Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico Doc Riserva Montefante

From the vineyard of the same name, on the hills of Valpolicella Classica, comes this noble Amarone that, due to its high quality and its extraordinary elegance, we have promoted as a reserve wine. The soil, the microclimate and the selection of drying grapes used, all contribute to the richness of aromas and to the vigorous structure of this wine.

Avalon

PRIMITIVO DI MANDURIA DO

This elegant and structured wine originates from handpicked Primitivo grapes, carefully selected on old vines cultivated in the heart of DOP areas. Intense red, round palate and a nose reminiscent of fruit jam, wild berries and aromatic notes. It perfectly matches with game, red meat and aged cheese paired with jam.

Barbera d’Asti Docg Superiore

DUCA DI ALERAMO

Production Area: Piemonte
Grape Variety: Barbera
Tasting Notes: Appearance, Bright and shiny ruby red , Nose, Complex with hints of plum sotto spirito fruit,leather and allusion of vanilla , Taste, Warm, full body and persistent with a tipical acidity of wine and tannins
Alcohol: 13% vol.
Sugars: 2 gr/l
Acidity: 6 gr/l

Barolo Castelletto

2016 was one of the latest vintages in recent years. A winter with mild temperatures and little rainfall preceded a fresh and rainy spring which caused a certain delay in the phenological cycle of the vine. In August, September and October the weather was excellent and allowed the grape to ripen perfectly, benefiting from both the spring water reserves and a marked temperature range which is very important for a good maturation of the tannins. The Nebbiolo vine “loves” this type of vintage.

Barolo Gianni Gagliardo

2016 was one of the latest vintages in recent years. A winter with mild temperatures and little rainfall preceded a fresh and rainy spring which caused a certain delay in the phenological cycle of the vine. In August, September and October the weather was excellent and allowed the grape to ripen perfectly, benefiting from both the spring water reserves and a marked temperature range which is very important for a good maturation of the tannins. The Nebbiolo vine “loves” this type of vintage.

Barolo La Morra

2016 was one of the latest vintages in recent years. A winter with mild temperatures and little rainfall preceded a fresh and rainy spring which caused a certain delay in the phenological cycle of the vine. In August, September and October the weather was excellent and allowed the grape to ripen perfectly, benefiting from both the spring water reserves and a marked temperature range which is very important for a good maturation of the tannins. The Nebbiolo vine “loves” this type of vintage.

Barolo Lazzarito Vigna Preve

2016 was one of the latest vintages in recent years. A winter with mild temperatures and little rainfall preceded a fresh and rainy spring which caused a certain delay in the phenological cycle of the vine. In August, September and October the weather was excellent and allowed the grape to ripen perfectly, benefiting from both the spring water reserves and a marked temperature range which is very important for a good maturation of the tannins. The Nebbiolo vine “loves” this type of vintage.