Forget what you thought you knew about Riesling. This natural, skin-contact expression from Domaine Bohn shows a whole ‘nother side of what the variety can do – and now with over ten years of age on it, a brand new layer of complexity is settling in.
Orange wine lovers, this is a one-of-a-kind tasting experience. Due to its age and natural vinification, we recommend decanting before enjoying.
Corsican rosé? Say no more. This blend of 45% Rolle (Vermentino), 45% Sciaccarello, and 10% Nielluccio promises to hit the spot. Think of it like sun-drenched Provence with a touch of island flare in the best possible way.
Patrimonio is a wine-producing appellation located in northern Corsica. It covers more than 400 hectares of vineyards and is located at the base of the Cap Corse peninsula, west of the city of Bastia.
Griesbauerhof is located on the hills of St. Magdalena and St. Justina in Rentsch, Alto Adige, Italy. The ancestral farm has been in the Mumelter Family since 1785. Here, at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level, the vineyards receive a good amount of sunshine and the sandy clay soil creates complex red wines and extra rich white wines.
This dry red wine is made from Schiava, a grape variety known for its tangy red fruit flavors, fresh acidity, and fine-grained tannins. Think of it like Pinot Noir meets Beaujolais with a signature Süditrol twist!