Winemaker Notes: "Tasting notes: Aromas of lime curd, Asian pear, chalk, beeswax, jasmine, green tea, and graham. Ripe flavors and good weight is subtly moored below a shimmering minerality of bright acids and chalky texture."
The majestic Lion belongs to the genus Panthera, which is the family of the largest cats. Located in the heart of Sonoma County, the Russian River Valley is home to over 15,000 acres of grapevines. The winemaking team selects vineyard sites that provide t
Intense aromas of minerals, chalk, bright cherries and stones. Full-bodied, tight and silky; very linear. Like a straight shot. Give it three to four years to soften. Vibrant is the word. -James Suckling
The Voliero Brunello di Montalcino opens to rich, fruity fiber with aromas of dark fruit, blackberry preserves, red brick and scorched earth. This is a saturated and accessible expression from Montalcino to enjoy in the near or medium-term with a nice ste