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!
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.
This is from 40+ year old vines from one of the top 1er Crus in Pommard. The nose has aromas of blackberry, blueberry and plum. The palate is powerful and structured with a good amount of minerality. This wine is age-worthy.
This Grand Cru Champagne is very complex, deep, and strikes the perfect balance between ripe fruit and toasty, buttered brioche flavors. It is autolytic and well developed with a long, mineral-driven finish. Produced using organic and biodynamic farming practices and native yeast fermentation. Less than 2,000 cases made.
Produced from 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay grown in the Montagne de Reims. This terroir consists of sun-soaked chalk soils and hillsides, bordered by forest and caressed by cool evening winds providing natural thermal regulation.