Looking for a unique white wine that can go the limits? Check out this Greco di Tufo from Cantine di Marzo. Produced from volcanic soils in Italy’s Campania region, this complex and textured wine is like drinking southern Italian history—and it’s a no brainer with pizza and antipasti alike.
Sustainably farmed, handpicked fruit, fermented with selected yeasts, and vinified / aged sur-lie entirely in steel so as to preserve acidity and fruit forwardness.
Sancerre, Gruner Veltliner, Vermentino lovers – This one’s for you. Grown on the volcanic island of Ischia, this wine quite literally tastes like the azure waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Our director of imports enjoyed this wine for the first time with a large bowl of pasta alla vongole after an ocean dip. “The salty sea still lingering on my lips and this light, crisp wine on that hot day was unparalleled.”
Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, minimal intervention winemaking and only 400 cases produced.