Red Wines

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Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano, DOCG, Gavioli

Regional Area: Commune of Montepulciano, Tuscany

Grape Varieties: Sangiovese 80%, Canaiolo 10%, Merlot Toscano 10%

Aging: French Oak Barrels for 24 months, 6 months in bottle

Tasting Notes: An exceptionally deep ruby red colour with veins of garnet. The bouquet is intense and delicate fruits, with developing wild and culminating in rich spicy flavours with a persistent background of vanilla, tobacco, leather and slight hints of balsam. Great structure and longevity.

Gastronomy: Prized meats, roasts and game, dry , strong mature cheeses


amarone front Amarone Della Valpolicella, DOCG, Cantina Valpantena

Regional Area: Valpolicella province of Verona

Grape Varieties: Corvina 60%, Rondinella 25%, Other grape varieties 15%

Aging: Traditional drying process for 120 days and aged in French Oak Barrels for 48 months, 12 months in bottle

Gastronomy: Prized meats, roasts and game, dry , strong mature cheeses


chianti r. fronChianti Riserva DOCG, Piantaferro Intrigo

Regional Area: Vineyard of “Maglianello” in the Commune of Barberino Val d’Elsa

Grape Varieties: Sangiovese, Canaiolo Nero and C0lorino

Bouquet: Fruity with a slight scent of violet

Tasting Notes: Dry with a final of black cherry

Gastronomy: Generously accompanies Roasts of Red Meat and Feathered Game


MORELLINOBackMorellino Di Scansano, DOCG, Poggio Pagano

Regional Area: Tuscany

Grape Varieties: Morellino (local name for Sangiovese grape variety)

Bouquet: This ruby-red wine is nice and complex with fruity hints and a long finish

Tasting Notes: Elegant, soft balanced with a spicy finish

Gastronomy: Pairs well with Red Meat, Game and all kinds of flavorful dishes


Diana Trevisani IGT

Regional Area: Lombardia – Lago di Garda. Aged 6 months in French oak barrels and refined in bottle for at least 3 months before being released.

Grape Varieties: Merlot (20%) and Rebo (80%)(cross of merlot & teroldego grapes) 

Tasting Notes: Ruby red in color, Gorgeous nose of ripe fruits, charcoal, cedar and blackberry. Lush and ripe and really good balance of tannin with fine acidity.

Gastronomy: First courses, White Meat and Hard Cheeses.


Salice Salentino Rosso DOC, Apulia Antica

Regional Area: Puglia in the hills of Manduria region.

Grape Varieties: Negroamaro, Malvasia Nera

Bouquet: Characteristic with a deep wine smell

Tasting Notes: Harmonic, deep

Gastronomy: First courses with Lamb Meat , Game and Grilled Red Meats


Chianti Falorni No 1Chianti -DOCG, Falorni No. 1

Regional Area: Barberino Val d’Elsa

Grape Varieties: Sangiovese and Canaiolo

Bouquet: Intense wine flavor with aroma of violet, with the maturation pronounced character.

Tasting Notes: Harmonic, dry, with delicate tannins

Gastronomy: Excellent with all kinds plates, especially with Red and Wild Meat


Super Tuscan IGT, Sergavio

Regional Area: High wine vocation hill lands, in the Tuscany area

Grape Varieties: Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Franc

Bouquet: Intense; fruity with a scent of vanilla

Tasting Notes: Dry and slightly tannic

Gastronomy: Generously accompanies Roasts of Red Meat and Feathered Game


Cabernet Sauvignon IGT, Anno Domini 

Regional Area: Venezia region

Bouquet: Aroma recalls nice, herbaceous scents, with berry hints

Tasting Notes: Full, rich, elegant body with a long-lasting finish

Gastronomy: Roasted White and Red Meat, Poultry and Hard Cheeses


Merlot 47 front Merlot -IGT, Anno Domini

Regional Area: Venezia region

Bouquet: Fragrant aroma with delicate hints of wild berries

Tasting Notes: Pleasant, dry and elegant in the mouth with a rich body and a smooth herbaceous finish

Gastronomy: Excellent Aperitif, great paired with Hors d’oeuvre, Soups, Fish, Poultry


Barbera D’Asti -DOCG, La Nina

Regional Area: Piedmonte Region

Bouquet: Smooth with an aroma of fresh berry hints

Tasting Notes: The taste is fruity and soft with good structure. Can definitely be considered a “classic” red of the area

Gastronomy: Easy pairing with many foods, especially Soups, White Meat and Middle-Aged Cheeses


Montepulciano D’Abruzzo -DOC, Villa Girasolo

Regional Area: From the beautiful coast of Abruzzo where vineyards are located 1200 feet above sea level. This is the typical wine from the Abruzzo region and one of Italy’s most famous

Grape Varieties: 100% montepulciano 

Bouquet: Spicy aroma.

                                                    Tasting Notes: Sweet cherry and black berry fruits

                                                   Gastronomy: Pairs well w/red meat and tomato based dishes


 belpoggio brunelloBrunello di Montalcino -DOCG, Belpoggio

Regional Area: Montalcino, Tuscany, in the Provence of Siena

Grape Varieties: 100% Sangiovese

Bouquet: Intense and characteristic, with subtle oak notes

Tasting Notes: Intense notes of black cherries, and sweet spices. Harmonic, persistency with delicate silky tannins.

Gastronomy: Served with great dishes such as Roasted Beef, Wild Beef and Matured Cheeses such as pecorino Toscano.  Excellent for long maturation.


 Nero d’Avola -IGT, Intrigo

Regional Area: West Coast of Sicily

Grape Varieties: 100% Nero d’Avola

Bouquet: This ruby-red wine is nice and complex with fruity hints and a long finish

Tasting Notes: Elegant, soft balanced with a spicy finish

Gastronomy: Pairs well with Red Meat, Game and all kinds of flavorful dishes


 Rosso Di Toscana -IGT, Astrone

Regional AreaTuscan

Grape Varieties: 100% Sangiovese

Bouquet: This ruby-red wine is harmonious, elegant, and nice dry finish.

Tasting Notes: Elegant, soft balanced red suited for everyday consumption with a long dry finish

Gastronomy: Pairs well with Red Meat, Game and all kinds of flavorful dishes that are tomato based and spicy.


Salice Salentino Rosso, DOC, Le Odi

Regional AreaPuglia, province of Brindisi

Grape Varieties: Blended wine Negroamaro, Malvasia Nera

Bouquet: Rustic in color combining perfume with earthy bitterness and nice dry finish.

Tasting Notes: Robust red wine, dark and bitter, with long dry finish

Gastronomy: Pairs well with Red Meat, Game and all kinds of flavorful dishes that are tomato based and spicy to slightly settle the bitterness


moro cacciagrandeSuper Tuscan , DOC, Cacciagrande “Moro”

Regional Area: Tuscan, region of Maremma

Grape Varieties: 70% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot

Bouquet: Rich ruby red color with purple hints in color, intense and elegant with red fruit notes like sour black cherries, and nice dry finish.

Tasting Notes: Rich, fine and elegant fruit notes with smooth and enticing tannins

Gastronomy: Pairs well with Red Meat, Game and all kinds of flavorful dishes that are tomato based and spicy richness


brunello scopetani IIBrunello Di Montalcino , DOCG, Scopetani

Regional Area: Tuscany, Montalcino region

Grape Varieties: 100% Sangiovese 

Bouquet: Aged for 5 years in oak barrels with complex and dark fruity aroma, with touches of vanilla and violet

Tasting Notes: Smooth round and fresh with velvety tannins and well balanced

Gastronomy: Served with great dishes such as Roasted Beef, Wild Beef and Matured Cheeses such as pecorino Toscano.  Excellent for long maturation.


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