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  • 2019 Le Ragnaie Toscana Rosso ‘Troncone’

    Baby Brunello! This is 100% Sangiovese from the highest vineyards in Montalcino. It spends 6 months in concrete tanks followed by 1 year in oak barrels. Basically Brunello for weeknight pizza prices.

    Certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested, and native yeast fermentation.

  • 2019 Querceto di Castellina L’aura Chianti (half-bottle)

    This wine punches way above its weight. It is a classic Chianti with the smooth drinkability of a wine much older than this. Order a pizza and call it a night!

    Certified organic farming practices and hand-harvested.

  • 2013 Le Ragnaie Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

    This vineyard is located right in the center of Montalcino and the vines are the highest elevation of any vineyard in Montalcino.

    This wine is charming and aromatic with high-toned red fruit, purple flower, spice and cured meat on the nose. It is full-bodied with ripe fruit flavors and smooth tannins that fan out on the palate. This wine has definitely benefited from a few years of aging. It is drinking incredibly right now.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, unfiltered and less that 2,000 cases produced. 

    Enjoy with Rosemary-Crusted Pork With Polenta and Mushrooms!

  • 2014 Villa I Cipressi Brunello di Montalcino

    This 100% Sangiovese is smooth and inviting with bright acid and well-integrated tannins. Aged for 24 months in French oak barriques and bottle aged for at least 24 months. Produced using organic farming practices, hand-harvested fruit, and native yeasts. Allow 30 minutes to breathe before enjoying.

    Decanting, or “letting a wine breathe,” allows oxygen to interact with a wine, which can change the texture of its tannins and render it more approachable (that is, easier to drink) in its youth.

  • 2018 Ottomani Chianti Classico DOCG

    Hailing from 30-year-old vines, this 100% Sangiovese is smoky, red fruited, and laden with natural acidity. Fruit comes from organic/biodynamic vineyards and ferments with native yeasts. For us, this is the ultimate “red sauce” wine – pizza, pasta, you name it.

    Sangiovese is known for frequently showing flavors of tomato / tomato leaf, which is one of the many reasons why it’s a no brainer for pairing with Italian cuisine.

  • 2020 Ottomani Tuscan Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

    This olive oil is from Impruneta & Greve in Chianti, an area just 9 miles south of Florence and traditionally known as the best region for Tuscan olive oil production.

    It is a blend of 40% Moraiolo, 40% Frantoio, 15% Leccino, 5% Coreggiolo, which are all native Tuscan varieties. The olives are hand harvested in small baskets and pressed off within 12 hours of being picked. Cold extraction is used and extremely minimal oxygen is introduced to preserve its aromatics and concentration of flavor.

    As with the wines we tend to gravitate towards, this artisanal olive oil was produced from organic/biodynamically-farmed olive groves.

    Use this in dressings, pestos, as a dip with some focaccia, or drizzle it on any dish as the finishing step.

  • 2016 Altesino Brunello di Montalcino 375ml

    This 100% Sangiovese is ruby red in color and highly aromatic on the nose. On the palate, it’s rich and full-bodied with balanced acidity and smooth tannins –  like God walking down your throat in velvet slippers. Produced using sustainable farming practices and hand-harvested fruit by a women-owned estate.

    2016 was close to perfect in Brunello di Montalcino and this vintage is being dubbed one of the greatest in history. It is “radiance personified” and definitely something you want to invest in.

  • 2017 Isole e Olena Cepparello

    Winemaker, Paolo de Marchi AKA “Mr. Sangiovese” is one of Tuscany’s movers and shakers. This wine is 100% Sangiovese and shows beautiful balance. The wine is drinking well now, but will continue to develop with a little more time in bottle. Produced using organic farming practices.

    Sangiovese and red sauce go hand in hand. Pizza night in, anyone?

  • 2018 Ottomani Chianti Superiore DOCG

    This Sangiovese is powerful herbal, and finishes long. The wine’s notes of balsamic and oregano promise to have you craving pizza in no time! Organically farmed, minimal intervention, and made from hand-picked fruit. 

    Chianti Superiore signifies that the wine was produced with stricter standards than other wines from the region. The designation has existed since 1996.

  • 2019 San Giorgio a Lapi Sangiovese Rosso

    This varietal Sangiovese bright and dry with fine-grained tannins, though its bright acidity and a long, herbal finish will definitely make you want to take a bite of food. Pizza, pasta, or Tuscan-inspired beef, anyone?

    Varietal means that the wine is produced from one single grape variety – in the case of this tasty bottle, varietal means 100% Sangiovese!

  • 2006 Caprili Brunello di Montalcino Riserva MAGNUM

    A lovely riserva, with bold, opulent notes of cherry and plum. Leather, tobacco, rum cake, cola and dried sage add complexity.” – Wine Enthusiast

    Pair With: Heavy meat dishes, such as steak, oxtail, or game paired with mushroom sauces.

  • 2013 Altesino ‘Montosoli’ Brunello di Montalcino

    One of the most sought-after wines from Montalcino, Montosoli is consistently a blockbuster red. Its intense ruby red color tends toward elegant garnet with age. On the nose, it shows a complex personality with a delicious blend of black cherry, raspberry, violet, licorice, vanilla and black pepper. Extremely enticing, opulent and elegant on the palate, with a warm, long-lasting finish, Montosoli is a wine for special occasions.

    Pair this wine with beef bourguignon and stroganoff, lamb shank, and roasted rabbit.


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