This wine, produced from the grapes that grow in the vineyards which are less than 20 years old, is meant to be the young and fragrant expression of the potential of which this noble grape conjugated with its adaptation to the territory of Collio and the
This is really beautiful with complex black cherry, berry, walnut and dark chocolate. Some mushroom and smoke. It’s tight and reserved with polished tannins and wonderful balance and finesse. Persistent and intense. Drink after 2025. - James Suckling
Le Potazzine always delivers a smooth and silky style with extreme elegance and the lifted cool-climate fruit that you get from this high-altitude growing site. The 2016 Brunello di Montalcino is taut and firm with cherry fruit, dried raspberry, tilled ea
The nose immediately recalls the grapes from which it is produced with notes of ripe white peach, honey and wild flowers.
FlavorDense and full, perfectly balanced by the acidity typical of this wine. It recalls the hints of ripe grapes and ends with a go
With its straw yellow color, clean intense aroma, and dry golden apple taste, our signature Pinot Grigio is full of authentic, flavorful personality.
A clean, lovely aperitif to start any food occasion. It goes wonderfully with fresh cheeses, seafood
"Pretty plum and floral aromas with ash and rose stems. It’s full-bodied with chewy, polished tannins that are layered and minerally. Some cedar and sandalwood. It’s flavorful and very long. Give it three or four years to open and soften. Best after 2024.
This wine has aromas of juicy red berry fruit. Medium-bodied and soft on the palate, with balanced acidity and ripe tannins. Delicious with pastas and grilled meats, yet also very drinkable without food.
Dark garnet. Notes of ripe plums, leather, garrigue and pepper on the nose, with ripe black cherry and a touch of candied berry on the palate. Finishes with fruit sweetness and a licorice note with soft gripping tannins to hold it all together.
The Montepulciano d’Abruzzo of Cantina Fontezoppa, after maturing in oak barrels for 8 months, is ruby red in color; the nose opens on notes of ripe fruit, in particular cherry, together with delicate spicy accents. On the palate it is balanced, without e
The Voliero 2016 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 nic
"The 2016 Brunello di Montalcino is a fruit-focused and high-energy effort, lifting up with a spicy and slightly exotic display, showing sour cherry, wild strawberry, savory herbs and hints of animal musk. It’s silky in texture with fleshy red berries fur
92 Points, James Suckling: "The nose here is replete with raspberry coulis and caramelized orange rind, before moving on to more subtle nuances of roasted herbs and bark. Full-bodied and ripe, but with enough bite to the tannins to give this structure and
The 2015 Cinquemani Montepulciano d’Abruzzo opens to aromas of dark cherries, red plums, smoke and exotic spices which all begin to take shape. Full-bodied, round and voluptuous, this continues to impress with its wonderful balance and seamless transition
Opaque ruby. Smoked meat, dried cherry, cracked pepper, and cassis on the deeply scented nose. Medium to full-bodied with berry cobbler flavors showing a liqueur-like intensity with an anise note coming up with air. The smoke and cassis notes carry thr
"Wow. This is really rich and layered with velvety tannins that coat the palate. It’s full-bodied with ripe tannins and a finish of black cherries, cedar, walnuts, dried mushrooms and dried leaves. Needs time to soften. Better after 2024." - James Sucklin