Gutturnio (a 60-40 blend of Barbera and Bonarda) is one of the oldest wines from the Piacenza hills in Northern Italy. Made by a two sister team, this wine is dense and thick with long lasting aromas of red cherry and exotic spice. The mouthfeel is chewy, dense and firm.
This Riserva blend of Barbera and Bonarda offers loads of bright fruit with layers of white cherry, cassis, crushed peppercorn and dried violets. There is a sour point on the close that suggests a pairing with a cream or cheese-based dish.
Here’s a Frizzante (sparkling) wine unlike anything you have ever tried. Pinot Nero is vinified as a white wine with delicate floral aromas and citrus. It’s a light, bright wine with tonic bubbling and crisp freshness.