An incredible Pinot Bianco as only Markus Prackwieser can make. The Mediævum level of Gump wines prove that exciting wines can also be value wines.
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Comprised of 85% Sangiovese and a balance of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, this laid-back Chianti offers red-skinned berry and baking spice aromas. The palate is simple, with easygoing tannins and ripe red cherry and clove flavors. Enjoy soon.
100% Nebbiolo grapes grown in the hills above Barbaresco. Delicate perfume with aromas of dark cherry and black pepper and a hint of tobacco from a fine cigar.
Elegant and fully ripe with intense fruit and wonderful structure and balance.
Aged two years in oak and one year in the bottle, this wine is drinking very well now
and will age for many years.
Pale straw yellow with golden hues. Green apple and floral notes combine with a cream texture on the palate.
Serving Suggestions: Perfect for any celebration. Serve as an aperitif or with hors d’oeuvres, cold cuts and fish dishes.
Delightfully pale and frothy, this stylish Prosecco shows traditional flavors of pear and apricot along with a dash of sweetness. Very subtle underlying creamy notes lend texture and depth to this classic example.
A bounty of ruby red cranberry, cheery, and black plum. Soft velvet like tannins and perfect acidity to make this a wine enjoyable on it own or with food. It has winter spice and herbaceous notes giving it a savory quality.
This medium bodied ruby wine goes great with barbecued and grilled meats, pork fillet with fruit sauce (plum or apple), deep tomato sauces, and roasted carrots.
The 2018 Giovi Etna Bianco is a blend of 85% Carricante and 15% Grecanico. It has enticing aromas of Mediterranean herbs, fragrant flowers, citrus, and hints of acacia. The fresh, savory palate offers flavors of juicy lime, ripe pear, chopped herbs and minerals, combined with bright acidity. The finish is crisp and clean with lingering fruit flavors.
Here is a textbook wine from Etna. The 2015 Etna Rosso reflects the basic promises of this exciting appellation. The wine offers power and grace with territory-specific aromas of cigar ash, dark granite and dried black currant. Background tones of wild sage, balsam herb and tar give the wine a greater sense of dimension and depth. The finish is balanced and silky in texture, yet Nerello Mascalese always delivers a firm tannic backbone. Graci lets the fruit speak for itself.
Taurasi is a town in the province of Avellino, Campania, Italy. Taurasi is a historic town which is located in the region of Sannio. The town’s name probably derives from the Latin Taurus. Taurasi and Taurasi riserva are red, still Italian wines based principally on the Aglianico grape. Small percentages of Barbera and Piedirosso are sometimes included. Taurasi received the DOCG status in 1993.
The production of the Aglianico d’Irpinia I.G.T. and Taurasi D.O.C.G wines begins exactly the same: selection of the best grapes, then vinification and fermentation in large steel tanks, followed by racking into large oak barrels (botti). After about 12 months of aging, the part of the wine destined to become Taurasi continues aging in botti, while the wine assigned to become Aglianico I.G.T. is declassified, removed from botti, allowed to soften for around two months in large steel tanks, aged for at least two more months in bottle, and then released for sale.
In 1847 Edward Lear had a long journey in Calabria. He wrote in a diary where he described his impressions about the Palizzi area and drew beautiful Calabrian landscapes. During his stay in Palizzi he drank and enjoyed the red wine which still today is the pride and rarity of Calabria.
It is a wine delicately fruity and spicy, good structure and tannic. It is an excellent accompaniment to typical local dishes like bread “guastedde”, ragu’ with macaroni and pecorino or ricotta salata, spit roast, wild boar sausage and aged pecorino.
Calabrese Nero (50%), Nocera (50%)
Color: Straw yellow with brilliant green highlights.
Bouquet: Alpine-fresh aromas of crisp golden apples, lemon pith, chamomile, honeysuckle blossoms, and chalky minerals.
Palate: Brisk and refreshing with a purity of fruit that is incredible., Juicy pears and yellow plums with notes of preserved lemon, hazelnuts, and ginger. There is enticing wiff of smoky minerality and a long, juicy finish.
The red Vernatsch grape is also known as Schiava which hails from the Alto-Adige region of northern Italy. The vines are trained in the old Pergola system at altitudes ranging from 400 to 450 meters in elevation. Vernatsch is an addictive, lightly hued red wine that works wonders with appetizers and fish alike. Fermented in stainless steel tanks then transferred to old wood barrels to settle for around 7 months before bottling. Serve slightly chilled.
Color: deep ruby red tending to garnet with age
Bouquet: spicy and persistent with distinct red fruit overtones.
Palate: dry, persistent, balanced acidity and medium tannins.
Food pairing suggestions: great with salumi, pasta with ragù, and roasted and grilled beef.
90% Sangiovese, 10% Merlot
A white wine made with a blend of native Tocai Friulano grapes, and international varietals that thrive in Friuli, especially in Collio, with its outstanding combination of geology, type of soil types and climate.
Color: Bright straw yellow, shading into pale gold. Bouquet: The nose reveals subtle hints of oak and vanilla. Taste: The palate notes the well-extracted fruit from the late harvested grapes. Distinct hints of citrus fruit on both nose and palate. The complex palate is present from entry through to the leisurely finish. Food Pairings: A "meditation wine " to enjoy on its own, or with light starters, baked rice or pasta, shellfish, crustaceans and white meats