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Italian Wine

Italian wine has long been a staple of the US wine market. Italy is one of the largest producers of wine in the world. With its large number of Italian immigrants, it is quite understandable that they brought their taste for Italian wine

As far back as the 1950's, many people grew up drinking Chianti from basket covered bottles. Today's Italian wine is a far cry from that Chianti. Today's Chianti is a full bodied, full throttle powerhouse of a wine. Wines from Barolo, Barbaresco and Brunello di Montalcino are among the most sought after (and expensive) in the world. SuperTuscans didn't exist in the '50s; now these "off the reservation" blends compete with the best wines anywhere.

On the value side, Montepulciano d'Abruzzo has made incredible improvements in quality and consistency. Wines from Southern Italy and Sicily are just now beginning to approach their potential. Soave, once a ridiculed, watery product, is now a healthy, solid white. Low priced blends from Tuscany now fill the value role once held by cheap Chianti, but at a much higher quality level.

Italy is a big country, with wines from every region. Explore! There's a lot to enjoy.

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The wine itself comes from a few of the region's finest vineyard sites, in the areas of Maremma, Colline Pisane, and Colli Fiorentini. Soil type goes from compact, including a very fine-textured limestone at 1,300-1,500 feet a.s.l, a classic, ... more
Sku: 010644


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Brilliantly ruby red in color the wine has aromas of red berry fruits, plums, black cherries and violets. It is supple and harmonious on the palate, with bright acidity and balanced tannins.

Blend: 40% Negroamaro, 30% Primitivo, 30% ... more
Sku: 034080



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The Querciabella estate, with vineyards located in Chianti Classico and the Maremma, has been organic since 1988 and Biodynamic since the year 2000. Sebastiano Cossia Castiglione’s uncompromised pursuit of quality has lead him to a totally natural ... more
Sku: 012325


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A blend of equal parts Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sangiovese grapes grown in the region of Umbria, Vitiano Rosso is vinified in stainless steel tanks and aged in French oak barrels for three months before being bottled. Made in a way that ... more
Sku: 130818


Reg. $54.99

Montevetrano takes its name from a medieval castle that dates to Roman times. A former property of the French Bourbons, the estate itself was the inspiration for this blend of French varietals with the Campanian king of red grapes - Aglianico. ... more
Sku: P62423


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Several estate-owned vineyards provide the grapes for Sito Moresco, among which is the twenty-five-acre Sito Moresco vineyard in Barbaresco. The name means ”Moresco’s site” and refers to the former owner of this vineyard. Sito ... more
Sku: 023413


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The 2012 Bolgheri Rosso (60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc, 10% Merlot and 10% Sangiovese) does primary fermentation in truncated cone-shaped oak and steel vats and malolactic fermentation in barrique. It is then aged in oak for ten months.  more
Sku: P60977


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Montevetrano takes its name from a medieval castle that dates to Roman times. A former property of the French Bourbons, the estate itself was the inspiration for this blend of French varietals with the Campanian king of red grapes - Aglianico. ... more
Sku: 041926


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On the label of Modus the rose of the winds is intertwined with the elements which form the soul of a great wine: the vine - the sun - the soil - the life the time - the fruit - the manner - the wine In ... more
Sku: 043039


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The color is a deep purple with the flavor of espresso, sweet melted licorice, black currant jam, tobacco and toasty oak. Full-bodied, with super refined tannins There is great intensity, superb purity, and a finish that lingers for nearly a minute.  more
Sku: 032328


Reg. $179.99

The 2008 Camartina (70% Cabernet Sauvignon,30% Sangiovese) comes across as rather understated in this vintage. Dark fruit, spices, leather and tobacco are some of the aromas and flavors that take shape in the glass. Mineral notes appear later to ... more
Sku: P57541


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AppearanceIntense ruby red Nose Intense bouquet of mature red berries fruits Palate Well-balanced with good structure and nice length with fruity flavours2010: 90 Points - Ian d'Agata, Steve Tanzer's International Wine ... more
Sku: 040052


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