La Canosa 2007 Nullius Sangiovese (Marche)
Nullius is a modern expression of Sangiovese with oak-driven aromas of vanilla, cinnamon, exotic spice and mesquite. There is cherry and ripe blackberry fruit here, but the wine is mostly focused on spice nuances.
La Canosa 2007 Musè Montepulciano (Marche)
This is an inky black and impenetrable expression of Montepulciano from central Italy with dark spice aromas lavished over Maraschino cherry, blackberry and prune. Oak notes of spice, vanilla and black pepper fill in the background. The wine is firmly tannic on the close.
La Canosa 2009 Pekò Pecorino (Marche)
A pure expression of Pecorino, this golden white wine is redolent of mature fruit and apricot. It sports a full, generous mouthfeel with smooth density on the close and a touch of exotic spice.
La Canosa 2008 Servator Passerina (Marche)
Passerina is a little-known grape from central Italy that offers good structure and density in the mouth. It’s not necessarily aromatic, but it does offer tones of almond skin, butterscotch and Golden Delicious apple.