'Kreuth' is a Chardonnay by Terlan is part of the "vineyard" line with which the Cantina is able to express the best of its territory. From pure Chardonnay grapes grown on the "Kreuth" vineyard in the municipality of Terlan, it follows a manual harvest, slow fermentation and refinement in large oak barrels. Impeccable.
'Tascante' is a Nerello Mascalese by Tasca Conti d'Almerita is austere and elegant, tannic to the right point, purple and pink canine, focaccia. Like the Etna that is disruptive, but never brazen, so its grapes, which grow on somewhat sidereal, black and dry walled landscapes. The Sciaranova contrada vineyards are over 50 years old and are exposed to the northeast.
'Rosso del Conte' Contea Sclafani by Tasca Conti d'Almerita wanted and created by Count Giuseppe in 1970, expresses the characteristics of the Regaleali Estate. At the origin of a Perricone and Nero d'Avola, planted with saplings. Refined in large chestnut barrels, it represents the best expression of the Estate. A deep and humorous red, aristocratic and austere, great
'Nozze d'Oro' Contea di Sclafani by Tasca Conti d'Almerita is a seal of love between people and vines. It is the tribute of Count Giuseppe Tasca to his wife Franca after 50 years of marriage, but it is also the link between Insolia and Sauvignon Tasca, an existing clone held by the end of the Great War. A fresh blend of young and rich in complexity after many years.
Barbaresco DOCG 'Asili' by Ceretto comes from the homonymous Bricco which is the very symbol of the municipality of Barbaresco, able to astonish by finesse and power, elegance and longevity. The grapes of this vine are purified from the first half of the 70's. The wine is of a perfect balance and is capable of aging for at least 20 years.
The Barolo DOCG 'Bricco Rocche' by Ceretto is made from the most prestigious vineyard in Castiglione Falletto, set between the Villero and the Rocche of Castiglione. Vineyard and soils give the general sense of balance. It is the Piedmontese red wine, par excellence, from the deeper and bourgeois tradition. A wine of exemplary quality and prestige.
The Barbaresco 'Riserva S.Stefano' DOCG by Castello di Neive expresses the best of this Barbaresco cru, thanks to its prolonged refinement. For the Reserve, the grapes are vinified and smeared first for 6 months in steel, then for 18 months in French oak and finally for 6 months in glass. An excellent red for taste and scent. A perfect bottle as a gift.
The Barolo DOCG 'Vigna Madonna Assunta La Villa' Riserva by Rocche dei Manzoni is produced exclusively from grapes of nebbiolo of the vineyard "Madonna Assunta La Villa" in Castelletto. It is marketed 10 years away from vintage. Let it mature for 36 months in barriques and refine for 7 years in bottle, it is a unique Barolo.
The Barolo DOCG Perno 'Vigna Cappella di Santo Stefano' by Rocche dei Manzoni is produced only by nebbiolo grapes coming from the historical cru of Santo Stefano di Perno. It is a Barolo that does not fear comparisons: ripening in barriques for about 36 months before a further one-year bottle break. A Barolo for the most important occasions.
The 'Poggio Lombrone Montecucco' by ColleMassari comes from a selection of the best Sangiovese grapes of a VINEYARD VINEYARD at about 300 mt. on the sea level. The vinification in oak barrels and the subsequent ripening in large barrels lead to a soft and complex wine. It is a great wine to accompany a rich dinner.
Chardonnay the Cardellino, The Favorites range, by Elena Walch, marks an indissoluble link with his native land, South Tyrol. With its innate elegance and enviable structure, this Chardonnay is soft and responsive, and it gives a good grasp of its woody maturation that will refine and improve for many years.
'Le Stanze' by Poliziano is a great red whose name is reminded by the poet Angelo Ambrogini as "The Poliziano". Obtained from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Le Stanze is a classic "bordolese" cut to "Tuscany", which despite its international taste, does not forget the value of the territory of Montepulciano and its potential in the production of great wines from aging.
The 'Cellole' Gran Selezione Chianti Classico by San Fabiano Calcinaia born from the best selections of Sangiovese grapes grown in Cellole vineyards. It matures in barriques and tonneaux of the 2nd and 3rd passages for about 24 to 30 months followed by aging in the bottle for at least 6 months. The Great Selection is obtained after a period of aging of a few years.