Executed in a ramato style (with a copperish color), this oak-aged Pinot Grigio offers aromas of white cherry and cranberry followed by rose and candied lemon. Crisp acidity helps break apart the wine’s creamy texture.
This well-priced red blend (with a large Cabernet component) shows dark density and sweet aromas of mature cherry, chocolate and spice. It shows soft, mellow tannins with a touch of smoked bacon on the close.
Made with the native Raboso grape, this sports a dark, inky color and smoky aromas of exotic spice, wood shaving, nutmeg, dark fruit, tobacco and prune. The sugar content is high, although this wine doesn’t taste too heavy or syrupy. In fact, it boasts some nice crispiness as well.
Here’s a bright and fresh expression of Raboso with aromas of small berry, spice, forest floor and chopped herbs. Overall, this easy red wine from Northern Italy offers simple and genuine flavors that would pair with hardy, home-cooked meals.
This pink sweet sparkling wine opens with sweet notes of raspberry, vanilla cream, cinnamon and a touch of white pepper. The smooth mouthfeel is supported by fizzy effervescence. Incrocio Manzoni 13.0.25 was created in the 1930’s by Italian professor Luigi Mazoni and is a cross between Raboso del Piave and Moscato d’Amburgo grapes.
This is a light and easygoing Brut expression of Prosecco with pretty aromas of field flowers, citrus and a touch of sweet peach. There are pleasant notes of chopped herbs and drying minerals at the back.