This is a creamy, sophisticated wine with a luminous golden hue and abundant aromas of honey, apricot, fruit candy and almond. The wine has heft and dimension and offers a rich, full feel in the mouth.— M.L.
Here’s a wood-aged Pinot Bianco with aromas of vanilla and creamy butter backed by banana, exotic fruit and mango. The oak shadings give the wine a sophisticated, opulent edge and suggest a pairing with lobster or New England clam chowder.— M.L.
A beautiful blend of Picolit, Sauvignon and Verduzzo, this is a well-balanced selection that shows structure, persistence and long, lingering fruity aromas. The finish is smooth, sweet and rich.— M.L.
This nicely structured Pinot Grigio shows a "ramato" or copper color and slightly oxidized aromas of butterscotch, bitter almond and ripe melon. The structure is bigger and more defined than a standard Italian white.— M.L.
Very dark in color, this Picolit from the celebrated Rosazzo cru offers thick and syrupy tones of almond nut, dried apricot, honey and marzipan. It’s a ripe and very sweet wine with thick sugary layers in the mouth. The hot 2003 vintage has shaped a mature expression of Picolit.— M.L.
This is a sophisticated Pinot Grigio with a copper hue and aromas of peach, melon, apricot and almond honey. It offers great harmony and balance between fruit and acidity and a creamy, smooth texture on the finish.— M.L.
This white blend from Northeast Italy (Ribolla Gialla, Friulano, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon and Riesling) delivers sweet floral aromas of honeysuckle, jasmine and acacia. The wine has a golden color with amber highlights but the mouthfeel is less dense and structured than you’d expect. Pair it with pasta and clams with…— M.L.
Here’s a pretty Friulano with a bright golden color and well integrated aromas of orange blossom, almond and apricot. There are some herbal shadings in the background that recall cut grass or crushed basil. It’s thick and creamy in the mouth with a sweet almond close.— M.L.