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  • 2015 Rocca delle Macie ‘Riserva di Fizzano’ Chianti Classico

    $42.99

    Color: intense ruby red.

    Bouquet: intense with hints of wild berries and a well-balanced spiciness.

    Taste: warm and properly sapid, with ripe red fruit aromas and a long finish.

  • ALBONE, LAMBRUSCO SALICETO

    $19.99

    100% Lambrusco Salamino.
    Organic.
    Region: Emilia-Romagna, Italy
    Natural fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Carbonation using modified charmat method. Minimal sulfur additions and no filtering or fining.

     

  • ATILIA, MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO 1L

    $16.99

    Produced from selected parcels of Monteulciano grapes grown in the Chieti province of Abruzzo, on southeast Italy’s Adriatic coast. This delicious wine comes from 15-20 year old vines trained using the ancient method of trellising, known as “pergola.” They are planted to clay-rich soils, hand-harvested and wild yeast fermented for 2 weeks on the skins in stainless tanks. After a light fining and filtering, the wine is bottled. It offers rich, bright plum and cherries, with a lip-smacking finish.

  • Bava Bass Tuba – Sparkling Moscato

    $19.99

    Piedmont, Italy: Moscato d’ Asti

    A sweet sparkling dessert wine that opens with an off-gold color and ripe aromas of peach, honey, candied fruit and mango.

    Sustainably Produced: The Bava family estate extends in Monferrato and Langa, with fifty hectares of vineyards and twenty hectares of natural fields and woods, cultivated with the same awareness, care and attention of the olden times resulting in a sustainable agriculture with a reduced environmental impact. Walking along the Bava vineyards, you will notice the grass clippings and the prunings used as natual fertilizers, the poles, all strictly made of wood coming from renewable forests or grassing between vine rows, which not only helps prevent soil erosion, but also serves as proof that no hebicides are used.

  • Bava Langhe – Nebbiolo

    $23.99

    Piedmont, Italy: Moscato d’ Asti

    The color of the wine is a ruby red, lively and pleasant. Its bouquet reminds of flowers and fruits, like small red fruits or violets, but it has also a spicy note. On the palate, the taste is elegant, full-bodied and savoury, characteristics due to its rounded tannins typical of Castiglione Falletto cru.

    Sustainably Produced: The Bava family estate extends in Monferrato and Langa, with fifty hectares of vineyards and twenty hectares of natural fields and woods, cultivated with the same awareness, care and attention of the olden times resulting in a sustainable agriculture with a reduced environmental impact. Walking along the Bava vineyards, you will notice the grass clippings and the prunings used as natual fertilizers, the poles, all strictly made of wood coming from renewable forests or grassing between vine rows, which not only helps prevent soil erosion, but also serves as proof that no hebicides are used.

  • Bava Libera – Barbera d’Asti

    $19.99

    Piedmont, Italy: Moscato d’ Asti

    Intense ruby red in color, fragrant nose with scents of wild prune, black cherry jam, pepper. Dry but enveloping in the mouth with sweet notes of red fruits; balanced alcohol content and stunningly soft thanks to its reduced acidity.

    Sustainably Produced: The Bava family estate extends in Monferrato and Langa, with fifty hectares of vineyards and twenty hectares of natural fields and woods, cultivated with the same awareness, care and attention of the olden times resulting in a sustainable agriculture with a reduced environmental impact. Walking along the Bava vineyards, you will notice the grass clippings and the prunings used as natual fertilizers, the poles, all strictly made of wood coming from renewable forests or grassing between vine rows, which not only helps prevent soil erosion, but also serves as proof that no hebicides are used.

  • Bava Ruchè

    $23.99

    Piedmont, Italy: Moscato d’ Asti

    Aromatic with scents of rose and violet, it acquires distinct spicy notes of white pepper. The palate is balanced and soft, warm and persistent. Unusual and unmistakable it evolves over time becoming more and more refined up to five years after the harvest, while preserving the essence and the fragrance of the grape of origin.

    Sustainably Produced: The Bava family estate extends in Monferrato and Langa, with fifty hectares of vineyards and twenty hectares of natural fields and woods, cultivated with the same awareness, care and attention of the olden times resulting in a sustainable agriculture with a reduced environmental impact. Walking along the Bava vineyards, you will notice the grass clippings and the prunings used as natual fertilizers, the poles, all strictly made of wood coming from renewable forests or grassing between vine rows, which not only helps prevent soil erosion, but also serves as proof that no hebicides are used.

  • Bettalunga ‘Mattata’ Sangiovese IGT

    $37.99

    Winemaker and Enologist, Alessandro Lanterna, has been using 100% organic practices since 2018. Working with only 2.5 hectares of land with 5 vintages of history behind the label, his small batch wines are regionally distinct and plot specific. His yearly production is 5-6000 bottles.

    ‘MATTATA’ SANGIOVESE IGT

    Grape variety: 100% Sangiovese

    Training system:Spur-cordon

    Harvest: End of September

    Winemaking: In stainless steel, temperature-controlled tanks

    Aging: 18 months in 500/600 liter oak barrels, then 12 months in the bottles

  • Bettalunga ‘Piaggone’ Chardonnay IGT

    $37.99

    Winemaker and Enologist, Alessandro Lanterna, has been using 100% organic practices since 2018. Working with only 2.5 hectares of land with 5 vintages of history behind the label, his small batch wines are regionally distinct and plot specific. His yearly production is 5-6000 bottles.

    ‘PIAGGONE’ CHARDONNAY IGT

    “PIAGGIONE” is the name that the people of Castello delle Forme have given to that particular area of soil, whose composition almost resembles that of a beach.

    Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay

    Training System: Spur-Cordon

    Harvest: Early September

    Vinification: Only free-run must from softpressing, in new 225-litre French oak barriques

    Aging: In French oak barriques for 6 months on the lees

  • Bettalunga ‘Povento’ Trebbiano IGT

    $38.99

    Winemaker and Enologist, Alessandro Lanterna, has been using 100% organic practices since 2018. Working with only 2.5 hectares of land with 5 vintages of history behind the label, his small batch wines are regionally distinct and plot specific. His yearly production is 5-6000 bottles.

    ‘POVENTO’ TREBBIANO IGT

    In the local dialect, “POVENTO” means “little wind” and indicates a place sheltered from the wind, exactly like the place where the vineyard rises.

    Grape Variety: 100% Trebbiano Procanico

    Training System: Spur-Cordon

    Harvest: End of September

    Vinification: Only free-run must, resulting from softpressing, fermented in steel temperature-controlled tanks

    Aging: In stainless steel tanks, for 5 months, on the lees

  • Bettalunga Rigaldo

    Bettalunga ‘Rigaldo’ Grechetto IGT

    $38.99

    Winemaker and Enologist, Alessandro Lanterna, has been using 100% organic practices since 2018. Working with only 2.5 hectares of land with 5 vintages of history behind the label, his small batch wines are regionally distinct and plot specific. His yearly production is 5-6000 bottles.

    ‘RIGALDO’ GRECHETTO IGT

    “RIGALDO” is the name of a moat nearby the vineyard.

    Grape Variety: 100% Grechetto

    Training System: Guyot

    Harvest Period: Mid September

    Vinification: Free-run must from soft-pressing, fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks

    Aging: 6 months on the lees in stainless steel tanks

  • Bindi Sergardi ‘Achille’ Sangiovese

    $18.99

    In the 23rd generation of wine production (!!!), this very traditional and classic producer has moved to low intervention in the vineyards, renewable energy sources on property, and conservation of local plant and animal life. The wines are Sangiovese the way it should taste– beautiful acidity, fruit, and just built to go with food.