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Renato Corino Barolo DOCG 2012 The creative genius behind this Barolo is the Italian viticulturist Renato Corino. His reputation is displayed in his wines receiving the best qualifications of the industry. He applies all the techniques of organic care and the result is certainly outstanding: the unique vineyard Barbera Vigna Pozzo joins the half-dozen world-class wines produced by this varietal. A wine of impressive concentration, color and length, shows a phenomenal complexity of flavors and aromas.
Castello Di Bossi Chianti Classico 2015: For owner Marco Bocci, success is in the details, from vineyard to bottle. The entire Castello di Bossi portfolio of wines carefully balances the tradition and rich history of the region with innovative winemaking techniques; this Chianti Classico is no exception. Made from 100% Sangiovese, grown in soils with high chalk content, this wine shows just how good this varietal can taste.
Cafaggio Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG 2013 is silky, with nutty fruit and a hint of bitter chocolate character. Full-bodied, with fine tannins and a long finish.
The Cafaggio Estate, located in the “Conca d’Oro” (which translates as “The Golden Valley”) of the Chianti Classico subregion has been producing wine since the XVth Century, when the Benedictine monks who owned the land began cultivating grapevines and olives.
There are few regions as picturesque as Italy’s Tuscany. And there are few regions that produce finer wines, either. Tuscany is home to legendary wine regions where the red wine grape Sangiovese is king.
Voliero Brunello di Montalcino 2012 The famous enologist Andrea Cortonesi is very well represented by this Brunello, with a very nice grade by Robert Parker and the prime terroir of Uccelliera in Montalcino. Great Sangiovese varietal wine for the connoisseur and collectionists.