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Terredora Falanghina Irpinia DOC 2017 (Campania, Italy)
Terredora Falanghina Irpinia DOC 2017 (Campania, Italy)
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92 Points - James Suckling (2014 Vintage):
"Subtle aromas of dried peaches and lemons follow through to a full body and lots of fruit, but there's a tangy, electric, vibrant finish of edgy acidity. Excellent. One of the best Falanghinas out there. Drink now." - (October 29th, 2015)
Tormaresca (Antinori) "Neprica" Puglia IGT 2015 (Puglia, Italy)
Tormaresca (Antinori) "Neprica" Puglia IGT 2015 (Puglia, Italy)
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Wine Spectator Magazine (2014 vintage):
"A lively, light- to medium-bodied red, with light, crisp tannins and flavors of strawberry, orange zest and spice. Negroamaro, Primitivo and Cabernet Sauvignon. Drink now. 20,000 cases imported." - AN (Apr 2017)
Seghesio Zinfandel 2016 (Sonoma County, California) - [WS 93]
Seghesio Zinfandel 2016 (Sonoma County, California) - [WS 93]
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93 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
Loaded with rich, jammy fruit, this plump Zin is a pleasure to drink, with bold accents of wild berry, spicy cinnamon and licorice that glide dynamically toward plush tannins. Drink now through 2025. 122,500 cases made. –TF
Viticoltori De Conciliis "Naima" Paestum Aglianico IGT 2004 (Campania, Italy)
Viticoltori De Conciliis "Naima" Paestum Aglianico IGT 2004 (Campania, Italy)
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Wine Details: Tasting Notes: Tasting notes: A developed nose of great intensity, with dark berry and foresty aromas. Notable yet supple tannins on the palate. Recommended pairings: Bollito (boiled meats), aged cheeses, lamb, goat.
Jankara Vermentino di Gallura Superiore DOCG 2016 (Sardinia, Italy)
Jankara Vermentino di Gallura Superiore DOCG 2016 (Sardinia, Italy)
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"The 2016 Vermentino di Gallura Superiore offers the refreshing crispness and snappy fruit flavors that you should expect from a versatile Italian white wine of this consistent quality. This Vermentino would pair with crispy fried calamari rings, steamed prawns or spaghetti with clams, parsley, garlic and white wine sauce. This is the quintessential summer food wine." - Monica Larner (29th Dec 2017)

Centopassi Giato Rosso Red 2017 (Sicily, Italy)
Centopassi Giato Rosso Red 2017 (Sicily, Italy)
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Tasting Notes:
Fairly deep red with violet rim; smells and tastes like sour plums with a faint hint of rose-petal; very drinkable but also very fresh and properly dry (which a lot of commercial Nero d’Avola is not). Delicious red wine with pizza and all kind of substantial pasta dishes.
Centopassi Pietre a Purtedda da Ginestra Red 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
Centopassi Pietre a Purtedda da Ginestra Red 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
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About the Wine:
A blend of 70% Nerello Mascalese and 30% Nocera, both varieties typical of north-eastern Sicily, grown at 950 meters (3,100 feet) in the Portella della Ginestra vineyard, on the Belice Corleonese plateau. (The winery describes the vineyard as ‘a pile of stones at 1,000 meters in altitude.’) Planted in 2011. Exact position: 37° 58' 19.96" N 13° 14' 17.96" E.

The soil type is known as ‘regosuolo’, a reddish-brown, calcareous soil that is stony and full of rocky outcroppings. Alkaline pH. The grapes are harvested in late September or early October, de-stemmed and crushed, and fermented on their own yeasts. The wine is pressed off after about 12 days on the skins, then aged for 18 months in Taransaud puncheons, both new and used. The wine is bottled without filtration, and is quite dry. About 175 cases are produced each year.

The blend here is the same as for Faro, a tiny appellation near Messina in north-eastern Sicily, but transplanted to the western end of the island. Very high altitude, very distinctive rocky soil, late harvest for the region and this distinctive blend of varieties make for a deep, complex red wine, the flagship of the estate.
Argiolas Vermentino "Costamolino" 2016 (Sardinia, Italy)
Argiolas Vermentino "Costamolino" 2016 (Sardinia, Italy)
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Wine Spectator Magazine (2015 Vintage):
"This bright, juicy white is light-bodied and balanced, with a pleasing fleshiness to notes of blood orange granita, nectarine and orchard blossom. Offers a clean-cut finish, showing a hint of pink grapefruit zest. Drink now. 68,000 cases made." – AN (Feb 28, 2017)
Feudo Maccari Rose 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
Feudo Maccari Rose 2016 (Sicily, Italy)
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Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Light copper in color, this balanced rosé is easy-drinking and creamy, offering hints of crushed peach, singed orange zest and spice. Drink now. 5,000 cases made." – AN (Web Only - 2017)

Agricola Punica "Barrua" 2013 (Isola dei Nuraghi, Sardinia, Italy) - [AG 93+] [RP 93] [JS 93] [WS 91]
Agricola Punica "Barrua" 2013 (Isola dei Nuraghi, Sardinia, Italy) - [AG 93+] [RP 93] [JS 93] [WS 91]
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93+ Points - Antonio Galloni's Vinous:
"Fully saturated deep ruby. Leafy nuances and notes of sassafras dominate the deep but youthfully reticent dark red fruit on the nose. Then smooth and dense, with forward flavors of red cherry, dark plum, cassis, and aromatic herbs. Finishes very long and spicy, with peppery tannins and building complexity. For maximum enjoyment, put this away in the cellar and open it in three to four years only. This is a blend of Carignano, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon." - Ian D'Agata (Oct 2016)