Coltibuono Chianti Cetamura 2016
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Lionel Osmin & Cie La Vie En Rose Rose 2018"Pale rose wine with fresh red berries and fruit drops on the nose. Full and refreshing on the palate, with the acidity and richness bringing out the very pleasant aromatic range, reinforcing the first impression on the nose. These bewitching fruity notes will make you see the world through rose-tinted glasses... "La Vie en Rose" as we sing in France..." - Winery Notes Enjoy with numerous dishes, such as: aperitifs, tapas, summer cuisine, varied salads, tomatoes with mozzarella, Asian cuisine, tomato-based dishes, grilled fishes, sweet-and-savory dishes, Italian cuisine, pizzas, pasta bolognese, piquillos (or red Pepper's), red berry desserts and especially strawberry desserts, etc.
Auspicion Cabernet Sauvignon 2016Classic in structure and finesse, Auspicion Cabernet highlights lush red and black berry fruit that build with a touch of chocolate, toffee and vanilla on a silky, lingering finish. Enjoy with pasta, chicken, grilled meats and a variety of cheeses.
Argiolas Costamolino 2017Vermentino often shows the fragrance of macchia, the mix of evergreen shrubs and herbs that typifies the Sardinian landscape. Costamolino hints at aromas of pine and mint coupled with ripe stone fruit and sweet citrus. The palate is at once vibrant and textural and finishes with lingering acidity. Food Pairing: Costamolino is produced with the Mediterranean table in mind. The wine's lemony acidity will accent rock lobster or squid but carries enough weight to work with spaghetti topped with bottarga or a bowl of brothy clams and fregola. Vermentino's herbal flavor can also highlight vegetables such as fava beans or fennel.
Allegrini Valpolicella 2017With more than six generations of winegrowing tradition, Allegrini is the most-awarded winery in the Veneto and the benchmark for Amarone. The Allegrini family’s innovations in appassimento winemaking have made the estate’s classic Amarone and Valpolicella wines exemplars of excellence, while their emphasis on single vineyard expressions of local grape varieties has drawn renewed interest in the Veneto. About the Wine: Ruby red in color, with purplish-blue highlights, this wine offers up classic qualities of Corvina, the historic grape variety of the appellation. The fragrant nose is filled with red fruit and aromatic herbs, and the wine’s flavors echo the nose, led by prominent notes of cherries with fresh hints of pepper and more herbs. This young wine is distinctly lively and playful on the palate, while maintaining great elegance and finesse.