Vallevo produces some of our favorite wines in the store. This one is a rose made from Montepulciano grape. This is a medium body rose. Starts off with bright strawberry followed by a bit of herbs and refreshing acidity and finish is dry but round.
Masciarelli is the largest organically farmed Estate in Italy. This everyday charmer is a nice marriage of old and new world styles. It has a bit of earthiness in an old world way, but plenty of fruit to please just about anyone! It has a slightly smoky and dusty nose with dark berries and leather. Cherries, blackberries and chocolate round out the palate. This is a great "house wine" to have around for meals and friends. Winemaking Details: Stainless Steel Tank Fermentation
Palazzone cultivates the indigenous grape varieties allowed in the Orvieto D.O.C., namely Procanico, Verdello, Grechetto, Drupeggio and Malvasia Toscana. They do not use insecticides or fungicides in their vineyards and are judicial in the amount of sulfur added to their wines. Word has it on the rough tough streets of Brooklyn that a good Orvieto has hints of almonds on the nose and a palate of white summer flowers. This is it...word.
Villa Fiore is made in the Friuli Grave D.O.C. in Northern Italy by a small, family-run estate who also makes our popular Villa Marchesi Pinot Noir. They have been growing grapes for generations, have always practiced organic farming (which they just call farming) and have been making wine since 1960. The wine is surprisingly complex with distinctive aromas that range from herbaceous and minerally to floral and fruity. Flavors are characterized by ripe apricot, peach, melon and a bit of mineral. Winemaking Details: Stainless Steel Tank Fermentation
This is wine makes friends easily, and it won us over from the first sip. Made mostly from Sangiovese, it has bright cherry fruit and just enough acidity to go with dinner. It's also one of the best values in the store. Winemaking Details: Unfiltered
With floral and herbal notes on the nose, and refreshing lemon and stone fruit on the palate, this is a delicious medium bodied white. A great party wine and a worthy partner for all manner of lighter fare, this is a very well made wine for an extremely reasonable price.
This blend is made from the same grapes used to make Marsala wine, only this dry version is bright with fresh citrus and white flowers. Imagine waves on the seaside, sunshine on your face, and a glass of this wine in your hand.
This wine is so good you'll feel as if you're splurging! With a beautiful balance of violets, bright cherry, vanilla and smoke, you can feel comfortable bringing a bottle to your friend's fancy dinner party...or just stay home, put on some sweats, and order a pizza with this everyday wine. Winemaking Details: Sustainable
Cococciola is as fun to say as it is to drink! This unusual grape from Abruzzo is rarely seen outside of its local area. Lots of herbs on the nose, followed by citrus and stone fruit. This goes well with lighter seafood dishes, and is great on its own before dinner. Winemaking Details: Fermented and Aged in Tank, Stainless Steel Tank Fermentation
Pure Sangiovese fruit without any influence from oak aging. A lovely, medium-weight, fruit-driven wine, with classic Sangiovese character. Refreshing red fruits,hints of leather and chestnuts. Delicious! Winemaking Details: Aged in Botti, Hand Harvested, Unfiltered