A brilliant Red with slightly balsamic and spicy peppery notes. Astringent flavor due to the strong tannins but fresh and well-balanced, with a pleasantly bitter aftertaste.
A deep ruby, and after adequate aging, obtains an orangey hue on the rim. Ripe red fruits, violets, and spicy notes with licorice on the nose. There are rich fruits and soft tannins supporting a bright acidity.
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There are flavors of black cherry with slight violets and peppery notes. It is rich and full on the palate. Poggio Basso in Italian means “the lower part of the hill”. It refers to where most vineyards are grown in Tuscany.
Vibrant golden straw in color, this ample bouquet opens with enticing scents of tropical fruit, peach blossoms and jasmine recalling sensations of an early summer’s stroll through the Salento countryside.
Bouquet: Raisin bread, figs, a slight nuttiness, and baking spices. On the Palette: Vanilla, anise, mint, and a blend of floral and spice. Medium finish and a lingering softness.
Ripe fruit including blackberry and raspberry with spices. It has a gently tannic tea- leaf finish. The tannins are firm and the wine has a structured acidity good for aging.
Nottola Anterivo has a rich aromatic spectrum with delicious creamy notes of vanilla, rich dark red fruit, and sweet spices. Tobacco, mineral, and blackberries are embracing. It is round and soft on the palate. There is a persistent full-bodied finish.
On the Palette: Smooth and balanced within its own structure. Apricot, lemon, dried fruits, and a bright earthiness. Because of the tobacco notes, it is the perfect grappa to pair with a cigar. It finishes with length and heat.
A beautiful bright glowing amber color with the perfume of herbs, bitter orange, vanilla, gentian, cinchona, and rhubarb. Sweet and full bodies with a pleasant aftertaste of Artemisia. Cinnamon, nutmeg, and orange in the front.
Brunello di Montalcino is one of the reigning kings of all the Italian wines. It is made of 100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes grown on the hillsides of Montalcino in Tuscany.
Pinot Grigio is a grape of French origin, where it is known as Pinot Gris. At first, the French attempted to plant the Pinot Gris in very cold Piedmont before moving to the Veneto. I Masoletti is the true expression of Pinot Grigio. It has an excellently balanced acidity.