Wines from Rabaja are known for their chewy, textured, and red-fruited flavor profiles. For a perfect pairing with pizza, pasta, and all things Italian, this wine is a safe bet!
This is our ‘gaux-to casual pizza night wine. If you are not sure where to start with Italian wine, Barbera is a friendly introduction. It’s juicy and incredibly drinkable with nice acidity and low tannins.
Sustainable farming practices & less than 6,000 cases produced.
Barbera, more than any other wine, is ‘il vino del contadino’, humble yet profoundly tied to a majestic land that it’s from. It is probably the most Piedmontese of all wines. Barbera is also a great place to start if you are just getting into Italian reds. It is a smooth introduction to Italy and a great crowd-pleaser for dinner parties.
Sustainable farming practices, native yeast fermentation, unfined and unfiltered.
This is an absolute stellar vintage of Barolo. On the palate, the wine is bright and complex with structured tannins and integrated acidity. This special bottle will continue to get better year after year. Decant for one hour before enjoying. Made using certified organic farming practices by a woman winemaker. Only 375 cases produced annually.
Well-made bottles of Barolo have been known to withstand decades—yes, decades—in the cellar. Ride this one out as long as you can!
The calm and linear mouthfeel of this ine allows all of the its complex characteristics to reveal themselves. Drink from 2019-2028 (and be sure to enjoy with red meats or hard cheeses). Produced from organically-farmed fruit.
For Barolo, 2013 is a vintage of character. The cool, wet spring fully replenished the water tables from the drought like conditions at the end of 2012. The cool growing season was good for the Nebbiolo grape and it created wines of beautiful perfumed aromatics.