This is a delightfully chewy, extracted and penetrating wine that oozes blackness: Black licorice, black fruit, resin, slate, charcoal and chalkboard grow in intensity with each swirl. A very intense, modern wine that sees 18 months of oak aging for taut tannins and a supple, velvety mouthfeel. Would pair well with aged cheeses or grilled meats.
A beautifully luminous wine that opens with unbelievable elegance and delicacy. You can just recognize aromas of fuzzy peach and white mushroom associated with the muffo, but they are backed by the complex presence of almond, honey, peach and slight shadings of exotic spice and cinnamon.
A beautiful blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Montepulciano and Merlot, Pelago is a landmark wine for the Marche. It’s soft and lushness, with an underlying firmness. Flavors of rich chocolate and black cherry ride long on the finish. This wine can age for 5–10 more years, or it can be consumed now.
Verdicchio grapes from the San Sisto vineyard are left on the vine until they have shriveled up and show signs of botrytis, or noble rot, and are harvested in late December to produce an impressive dessert wine with thick layers of aromas and flavor. The almond paste and honey backed by herbal notes and crisp acidity are simply irresistible.
Sweet wines like this complex and intense nectar from central Italy add the final, necessary touch to a complete dining experience. Fifty percent of the grapes are altered by Noble Rot to render primary aromas of fresh stone fruit and white flowers backed by peach cobbler and dried herbs. Cinnamon and lively fruit flavors characterize the mouthfeel. With more than…
This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Montepulciano and Merlot offers thick density and a dark core of extracted black fruit, plum, prune and leafy vegetable. You’ll also get espresso bean and dark chocolate and a gritty, thick drinking experience.
A barrique-fermented blend of Verdicchio and Chardonnay, Le Busche is the kind of wine you’ll want to serve with roast turkey or lasagna with crusty melted cheese. Its color is solid gold and notes of banana, vanilla, yellow apple and exotic spice create an ensemble that is steady enough to pair with hearty dishes.