The Trecini Prosecco was made for this California winery in Italy and is a wonderful addition to their family of imported wines. It has lively fruit accompanied by the flower aromas found with the Glera grape. The wine is aged in large tanks with minimal pressure giving it the lighter effervescent bubbles. Our Prosecco delights your palatte with tropical fruits, vanilla, honeycomb, and a just a touch of vanilla cream.
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Trecini Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2012$39.00
From the historical town of Jera, in Tuscany, Italy, John Vicini brought with him the passion and love of wine that were handed from one generation to another for over 150 years. Now living and working with Cathy, his wife, and David, their son, they bring to you exceptional wines from the gently rolling vineyard covered hills of Sonoma County, the Russian River, and the Dry Creek Valley. Starting in 1994, John and Cathy grew and sold their own premium Russian River grapes. In 1999 they expanded their family’s business to developing and introducing their own label – Trecini,representing the three Vicini’s. Now they are working with their connections on Italy and producing some amazing Italian wines. NEW RELEASE! Sleek and well-knit, the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2012 is a delicious mineral red offering chocolate pudding and fig bread notes that add richness to the plum sauce and blackberry coulis flavors. Medium to full bodied, with fine-grained tannins that show on the lasting, aromatic finish. Drink now through 2028.
Tenute Silvio Nardi Brunello di Montalcino 2015, Tuscany, Italy$96.00
Tenute Silvio Nardi Brunello di Montalcino 2015 is a blend of the finest grapes from the Manachiara and Casale del Bosco estates. Silvio Nardi follows the strict DOCG laws required of a classified Brunello di Montalcino. Yield is limited; only the top 70% of the grapes is used to make the wine. Bottle aged at least 12 months before release. This deep, ruby-red wine has intense, complex aromas of red fruits and spices, with toasty oak notes. The wine shows a silky texture, great finesse and profound flavors, framed by noble, velvety tannins. Though impressive now, this wine will benefit from aging. If the perfect dinner for you is a big juicy steak, then this is the wine for you. Also great with rich fish like stugeon or grouper. 95 Points James Suckling, 92 Points Parker and Wine Spectator, 91 Points Galloni.
Tormaresca Calafuria Rose 2020, Puglia, Italy$17.99
The Tormaresca estate is comprised of two properties in Italy’s southern region of Puglia.
Bocca di Lupo is 820 feet above sea level and is located in Murgia. Masseria Maìme is located in the Salento region. The Negroamaro for Calafuria is produced from grapes harvested at the Maime Estate in the Salento region.
Tormaresca was founded in 1998 with the investment and vision of the Antinori family in Italy’s Puglia region in Southern Italy. The name Calafuria was inspired by the many bays and inlets on the coast of Puglia. It translates to “bay fury.”
“It washes across the senses with tremendous energy, motivated by vibrant acidity, as a mix of ripe red fruits are further accentuated with hints of lime and saline-minerality. The finish is long, resonating on a buzz of spicy acids with a lime-inspired citrus thrust.”, Vinous Media 90 Points