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  • Aldo Conterno Barolo Bussia 2018

    Aldo Conterno Barolo Bussia 2018

    Aldo Conterno Barolo Bussia 2018 Pleasant dried red berries, pressed flowers and some brazil nut on the nose. Medium-bodied with spicy fruit flavors. The tannins are more in the back seat this year and this gives the mid-palate quite an open-knit mouth-feel. Finishes a little tighter with good fruit and spice. Best after 2023.James Suckling | 93 JS A ripe style, this reveals macerated plum, cherry, spice, hay, tobacco and mineral flavors. This has an elegant feel, despite the dense, refined tannins, with a lasting mouthwatering impression. Best from 2025 through 2042. 1,250 cases made, 720 cases imported.Wine Spectator | 93 WS


  • Aldo Conterno Il Favot Langhe Nebbiolo 2019

    Aldo Conterno Il Favot Langhe Nebbiolo 2019

    Winemaker Notes The grapes used to make "Il Favot" come from vineyards which have undergone periodical implantations, and so have a maximum age of 15 years. The skin contact is limited to 6-8 days so to extract few tannins and more colour from the skins themselves, with the result of getting a well-coloured wine with a remarkable softness.


  • Allegrini Amarone  Della Valpolicella Classica 2018

    Allegrini Amarone Della Valpolicella Classica 2018

    Gorgeous wine that ages very well. Dark garnet/ruby in colour. Smoke, leather, prune, mocha, tobacco, cherry, raisin and fig. Great structure with medium tannins.--Amy O’Raff


  • Allegrini Valpolicella 2017

    Allegrini Valpolicella 2017

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    Details 91 points from James Suckling. "This is so fragrant with sour-cherry and tart-plum aromas, plus some floral notes. A shade riper than usual, but with all the freshness and the moderately dry tannins that you expect. Long, clean and dry finish. Drink now with any Italian dish containing tomatoes."

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  • Alta Mora Guardiola Etna Rosso Sicily 2016

    Alta Mora Guardiola Etna Rosso Sicily 2016

    Ruby red in color, this wine has spicy pepper aromas with notes of black currant and mountain herbs. The texture is vibrant and with soft, supple tannins, reminiscent of a great Pinot Noir. Critical Acclaim James Suckling From the moment you hang your nose in the glass, it’s clear that there are plenty of ripe plums, but not the slightest hint of prune character. However, there is a ton of subtle, herbal nuances in here, too. Powerful and concentrated with plenty of healthy tannins that carry the long, dry finish. Drink or hold. Jeb Dunnuck In the same mold, the 2016 Etna Rosso offers a rocking perfume of blueberries, wild strawberries, garrigue, and damp earth-like minerality. This incredibly perfumed, floral wine hits the palate with medium-bodied richness, a tight, focused texture, terrific purity, and a great finish. As with the 2015, it's not a massive wine and has an almost Pinot Noir-like elegance and weight. It's another singular effort to drink over the coming 5-7+ years.


  • Antinori Tignanello Red 2019

    Antinori Tignanello Red 2019

    Winemaker Notes #5 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2022 Tignanello 2019 is an intense ruby red color. Complex notes of red fruits give rise to delicate aromas of apricots and peaches with sensations of vanilla, dried flowers, chocolate and spice. Its bouquet is complemented by notes of coffee, caramel and Mediterranean herbs. On the palate, the wine is rich and vibrant with silky tannins. Its lengthy finish and aftertaste bring back coffee and chocolate notes perceived on the nose. Blend: 80% Sangiovese, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc Critical Acclaim RP96 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate The Marchesi Antinori 2019 Tignanello was born in a classic growing season that saw some cooling summer rains and relatively stress-free conditions. This is an elegant and extremely polished wine made with mostly Sangiovese and smaller parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Here too, the small blending element of Cabernet Franc has been slowly increasing in recent years. The 2019 vintage was born with a good amount of power and tannic structure, and maceration times were slightly reduced as a result. This less extractive approach shapes a polished and elegant wine with plenty of bright berry fruit, cherry, dried mint, blue flower, blood orange and rusty earth. The palate is more compact and streamlined. It shows beautiful grace.


  • Bava Barolo Scarrone 2015

    Bava Barolo Scarrone 2015

    Clear, medium, garnet. On the nose, red cherry, smoke, coffee, wet forest floor, leather, tar, rose, tobacco. On the palate, dry, medium + acid, medium - body, medium + tannin, medium alcohol, finish is medium. Medium flavors of mushroom, star anise, and coco. Quality is very good. Can drink now; but has the potential for ageing or further ageing.


  • Bava Nizza Pianoalto Barbera 2014

    Bava Nizza Pianoalto Barbera 2014

    Pianoalto Barbera d'Asti Superiore Nizza 2014 by Bava 🇮🇹 I love Barbera 🍇 Color's deep crimson Aromas of tar, mocha & exuberant cherry Palate of spiced cherry, black pepper, raspberry, charred oak, soft leather, high acidity w/ clove & tobacco leaf. Firm tannins cross paths w/ black cherry, sensuous complexity; this is a wine that will reel you in and keep you wanting more. Needs a serious decant, numerous hours. More pepper, rustic rich cherry, blackberry & balsamic unfold as time goes on 4.2🌟 --Demalbray


  • Benanti Pietra Marina Etna Bianco Superiore Sicily 2017

    Benanti Pietra Marina Etna Bianco Superiore Sicily 2017

    Final surplus bottle from BF S4. A genius selection from Giles Hannam and a special wine I'll remember for a long time. When not tasting blind I'm getting much more enjoyment. The spicy lees complexity + stoney mineral complexity combined w citrus, floral + white peach make for a profound combination. Alsation-like contrast between weight/texture + long, pointed, acid-boosted shape. Class in a glass. Scoring up from 4.1 earlier in the year.


  • Benito Santos Igrexario de Saiar Albarino Rias Baixas 2020

    Benito Santos Igrexario de Saiar Albarino Rias Baixas 2020

    Benito Santos Description Benito Santos is a central figure in the modern history of Albariño and the Rías Baixas D.O. He began working in his grandfather’s vineyards in the 1930s and made wine for serving in his bar – wines that repeatedly won prizes in the annual Fiesta de Albariño in Cambados. He was instrumental in the creation of the Rías Baixas D.O. in the 1980s. The current owners now farm three vineyards in the Val do Salnés subzone of Rías Baixas, each of which is next to and named after an ancient church: Saiar, Bemil, and Xoan. All of the vineyards are now certified organic – a rarity in rainy, mildew-prone Rías Baixas – and winemaking uses only native yeasts and minimal sulfur. Benito Santos wines are salty, mineral, and structured, with ample fruit but none of the overly tropical flavors of many industrially-produced Albariños. Wine Notes: From a vineyard in Salnés; vinified in tank with minimal sulfur. The wine spends a few months on the lees before bottling.


  • Bibi Graetz Grilli 2018

    Bibi Graetz Grilli 2018

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    Details "Grilli" means crickets in Italian, and also - in Florence - to be a dreamer. This wine, born from the partnership with Mondavi, reflects the creative style and the dynamism of Bibi Graetz. With this wine Bibi decided to break his own rule and make this "Super Tuscan" wine with international grapes - Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, rather than with indigenous Tuscan grapes. (SPACE HERE) The wine has an intense, complex nose. It is dry, full-bodied, with refreshing acidity, fleshy tannins and a broad mouthfeel, all leading into a long finish.

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  • Biondi-Santi Brunello di Montalcino 2017

    Biondi-Santi Brunello di Montalcino 2017

    James Suckling 96 points, James Suckling, “Sweet berry, orange peel, cedar, bark and forest flower aromas follow through to a medium to full body, with linear and fine tannins and a crunchy undertone. It’s very subtle and fresh for a 2017. Crisp and vivid. It’s refined and acid-driven. Needs three to four years more to soften. Try after 2026.” 04/23 Other 96 Points, Aubrey Frick, “The 2017 Brunello Di Montalcino is surprising in its freshness, considering the warmth of the vintage, and speaks to the cooler, northern-facing exposition of the estate. It is refined with ripe red cherry, raspberry, anise, and incense and is fresh with cherry fruit, warming spices, macchia, and herbes de Provence. It is ripe though it maintains a medium frame, with well-managed tannins and balanced acidity. It is a lovely and charming wine and is rather approachable now. Drink 2024-2040.” 03/23



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