Barolo is produced from Nebbiolo vines grown on the particular, fertile land, that is to be found within just 11 cornmunes of the Langhe hills around Alba. Barolo’s grandeur is set off by the length of time it spends maturing and ageing, partly in oak casks and partly in the bottle, depending on the characteristics of each vintage; unique in its magnificent expression of full-bodied balance, in the delicacy of the emotions it conjures up and in its unswerving elegance and class, it plays an undisputed star role alongside the finest cuisine, enhancing the flavour of the food while its best qualities are brought out in exceptional, incomparable sensations.
One of most well-known Tuscan wines. It has a bright red colour with dry flavour and is well-balanced with a grapey aroma. Serving temperature of around 18°C.
The finest and most famous of Piedmont’s white wines. It is produced from grapes that are typical in this production area, on the characteristic clayey hills located to the south of Alessandria. Colour: pale straw-yellow with greenish tinges. Fragrance and aroma: enveloping, delicate with fruity characteristics. Flavour: crisp, fresh and fragrant. Recommended serving temperature is 8°-10° C.
Merlot is a vine with black berries; it is indigenous to the Gironde department, in south western France, and in particular to the Bordeaux area. Merlot has been around since the 1700s; it was brought to Italy in 1880 and found its ideal environmental conditions in Friuli, Trentino and Veneto. The Merlot Veneto has a glossy ruby red colour with garnet-brick red hues. It is quite intense and has a slightly grassy, alcoholic, fruity, aromatic flavour. It is full-bodied and warm.
Cabernet Franc is certainly one of the finest wines in the world and the Cabernet Veneto is outstanding thanks to its characteristics, whether it is made pure, or in blends with a part of Sauvignon or Merlot. Colour: ruby red, with ageing tends to take on hues of orange, brick red, garnet to a lesser or greater degree; aroma: alcohol rich (grassy), pleasant; flavour: crisp, rounded, correct acidity and tannins.
Castelli Romani encompasses an important wine making area with exceptional characteristics that have been recognised since ancient times. These vineyards produce a typically delicious wine with a strong personality. Straw-yellow colour, characteristic, pleasant aroma, dry, velvety flavour.
This fine Sicilian wine has an intense and lingering taste. There are immediate hints of vanilla and spices, secondary fruity hints of cherry, overtones of coconut and more spicy hints of liquorice. The wine is dry on the palate, warm and refreshingly acidic, with mature tannins that can barely be perceived and are sustained, above all, by a fresh taste.
Inzolia is among the oldest vines of Sicily: the intense fragrance and riccho the palate. Among the native white berry vines of Sicily it is becoming a real protagonist of the "wine rebirth of the Italian island The grape has ancient origins, widespread in the territories midwest of Sicily from Palermo to Agrigento, and is able to adapt well in dry climatic conditions. Colour: straw yellow with greenish hues; Perfume: delicate, fruity (young fruit) and citrus, good minerality; Taste: well- structured with a savory finish.