This is a hearty red wine from northern Italy made with Teroldego grapes.
Silvery gold in color, clear and bright. The nose has chalk and slight peach note. On the palate, this is oily which is good. Plenty of minerals with some bitters. Also a slight peach note. Good acidity. Long finish. This is a basic wine that provides great value. It should be drunk in the first year or so to enjoy it's freshness. It will go well with salads, seafood and lighter foods.
Made from the Teroldego grape, this is the basic wine from this wonderful producer. Purple in color, opaque and bright. The nose has black cherries, lots of minerality and a touch of salinity. On the palate, there are firm tannins on this. Lots of black cherries and some cherries. An underlying minerality. This is drinking nicely now, but surely will improve as it integrates over the next five years. Nice acidity. This begs for food right now. Pasta in a cream sauce is a great choice.
Do you like affordable, easy drinking white wines? Then look for this one. This is authentic and as good as wine costing twice the price. Will it blow your doors off? Probably not, but for $15, you will have no regrets. Food friendly or on its own. Light copper gold in color. The nose is great with minerals, mountain air (think cold and fresh) and a hint of lemon peel. On the palate, this is refreshing. Slightly more than lean texture. Made for drinking young. Lots of verve. Good finish.
This is a relatively unknown red from northeast Italy that you should know. Made from the Lagrein grape. This is much more serious than most wines utilizing that grape. Deep ruby/purple in color. The nose has dark cherries, spice and a bit of pine. On the palate, this has black cherries and cherries. Very rich fruit but also a great backbone of acidity. Would work well with a wide variety of foods. Some tannins, this is still young and has a few more years until peak. Should have another 10 to 15 years in it.
Green/gold in color (not the typical copper notes). The nose is nice with minerals and limes. Slightly oily texture. This is all about minerals on the palate. Slightly sour lime note. There is a bit of warmth but only 12.5% Alc. Very food friendly with all but the heartiest of foods. At $10, this is a great value. Drink now.
Deep ruby in color. The nose has dark cherries, some smoke, some leather and a bit of spice. Great silky but full texture. On the palate, dark and sour cherries with some forest floor. Shows a nice complexity. It opens beautifully in the glass. Great with food. Long finish. This wine has soul.