This grape variety, most probably originally from Germany, was introduced to Alto Adige in around 1900. Today it is cultivated mainly in the Valle Isarco. Sylvaner prefers the well-ventilated and sunny hillsides at intermediate altitudes, in the mid Valle Isarco. The loose and gravelly soils provide this wine with unique breed and although similar to its homonyms from the other side of the Alps, it retains the unmistakable typicality of Valle Isarco wines.
The colour goes from pale yellow to greenish; the nose is pleasantly fresh and fruity, with hints of peach, apple and apricot. Dry,, aromatic, pleasantly fresh, with harmonious body.
Matches with light appetizers, asparagus, wine soups, poached or grilled fish, and as an aperitif.
The hand picking on the hills of the Agrigento area, the soft pressing and the controlled temperature are the cures from which a brilliant straw-colored wine is born, with the golden nuances typical of this pure Sicilian grape. The scent is intensely fruity, and its soft and enveloping taste pleasantly accompanies seafood and fish dishes.
A bright straw yellow wine with aromas of fresh fruits and citrus. Dry, soft and with a remarkable freshness.
Perfect paired with white fish dishes, appetisers or with nibbles.
The Greco di Tufo grape variety flourishes in the clayey volcanic soils found in the Province of Avellino (Campania region) where the D.O.C.G. is located.
The aromas are complex with notes of white fruits, citrus and mineral intemingled and the palate is full, rich and suave with pure fruit as the backbone underpinned by a stoney minerality, making this a superb food partner. Try it with shellfish or sea fish, it works a treat.
Best with white fish.
Batasiolo Langhe DOC Chardonnay Serbato has a pale straw yellow with greenish reflections, clear and bright. The nose is fresh and floral, of good intensity and persistence. Dry, pleasantly fresh and long lasting. The final sensation reminiscent of almonds is typical of the denomination.
Great served as an aperitif, with appetizers, pasta dishes, vegetable soups, white meats, fish and shellfish in general. Fresh cheeses enhance its peculiarities.
The Friulano Collio DOC is invitingly fragrant and fruit-driven with notes of alpine flowers and a pleasant hint of almond. In the mouth it is fresh and well balanced with a nice backbone and a long aromatic finish.
Perfect as an aperitif. It complements hard cheeses, San Daniele Prosciutto, scampi, shrimps and raw fish dishes, first course pastas and risottos with vegetables, and chicken-based dishes.
The freshness of white wine combined with the character of red wine in this Sangiovese vinified in white. Fruity bouquet with mineral notes.
It goes with a variety of food, included fish, shellfish and poultry. Served chilled for a perfect aperitif. Serve at 10-12 °C.
For the past 60 harvests, this wine fully represents the estate it’s named after. It expresses the full aromatic potential of the territory. A great classic wine, distinguishable for its Rhenish style bottle. This wine is a blend of three local vineyards, cultivated on the high hills, Inzolia, Grecanico e Catarratto, with a small addition of Chardonnay.
Best with shellfish, fish or vegetarian dishes.
A white wine with a great personality and a distinct freshness, the product of international grapes grown in Calabria: blend of Chardonnay (90%) and Sauvignon Blanc (10%).These two grape varieties are joined to give birth to a fresh and savory wine, deep and lingering at the same time: our idea of an international white.
Bellone is an ancient vine, already Pliny in Roman times quotes it as a “uva pantastica”. A wine of over 2000 years, widespread in Castelli Romani area and also known as Cacchione, Arciprete or "grape bread" for its subtle and delicate skin. It is one of the classic Lazio native vines, rediscovered on the territory and its represents the real production challenge of SanVitis.
The colour is a brilliant straw yellow with fruity notes of citrus, peach and almond.
This Falanghina is on the lighter side, with notes of tropical fruit, limoncello, and even a bit of spicy vanilla on the nose, and robust citrus fruit flavors that dance on the back of the tongue for a persistent finish.
It paires at its best with pasta, vegetarian dishes, appetizers and snacks, lean fish or seafood, cured meats.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A wine - not the cheese! With notes of basil, chamomile and apple.
Native to Abruzzo, Pecorino is a fresh and perfumed wine variety, that\'s both pleasant and complex at the same time. The nose opens with subtle notes of basil, chamomile flowers and apples, then continues with tones of citrus fruit - namely grapefruit and cedar - and a hint of mango.
Straw yellow with greenish reflections. Fruity with hints of citrus, tropical fruit and mineral notes. Fresh, enveloping and full, good sapidity.
Best with seafood, fish, white meats, cheeses and starters.
A pleasant aperitif, pairs well tasty fish dishes, shellfish and light cheese. In the mouth, it is pleasantly fresh with exotic fruit (passionflower) and sweet vanilla. A light aromatic aftertaste.
The Langhe Bianco DOC has a straw yellow colour with greenish reflexes; flowery notes of pineapple, vanilla, and sage on the nose.
This Lugana has pale greenish shades and it is well-structured. The nose shows floral and fruity hints, medium bodied whose smoothness is shows clean sensations of juniper berries and then Golden Delicious apple and finishes beautifully with pear William.
In the mouth this wine is very soft, having almost perfect equilibrium, where the bitter, sour, sweet and salty flavours are well distributed in the glass.
Wine accompanies a wide gastronomic ranger, with a predilection for both dishes based on fish of the sea and lake, and pasta and rice dishes as well as second courses always of sh, grilled, in casseroles, baked, Mediterranean fried, gratins, soups in various ways, and according to local tradition.
Serve at a temperature between 12/14°C, in a glass tulip-shaped.
A perfect blend of Teruzzi’s vines, with grapes from both the Racciano and Ponte Rondolino locations. The wine is aged exclusively in stainless steel barrels. Balanced, with elegant tones, this wine has fruited and mineral notes typical of this variety. The taste is pleasant and complex, with an excellent balance between acidity, structure and intensity, and in which floral and citrus notes alternate. An almond aftertaste gives this wine a slightly bitter finish.
Pinot Bianco of Tenuta J. Hofstätter displays a straw-yellow color, a fresh peach aroma combined with apple and pear, an elegant and zesty taste on the palate. It is harmonious in structure, round with masses of finesse and a hint of nut on the finish.
It combines perfectly with appetizers and fish dishes!
IMPERO Blanc de Pinot Noir is the result of more than forty years of experience in the production of a still white vinification of Pinot Noir and of the will to produce a white wine by only using the varieties traditionally grown by the family. This wine is produced by softly pressing whole bunches with the utmost care to minimise skin contact and colour extraction. It is barrel fermented, aged in oak for 12 months. It’s a wine with unique characters, with great complexity and extraordinary longevity.
Matelica Verdicchio wine is obtained entirely from Verdicchio grapes . The grapes are harvested by hand and transported immediately to the cellar where they are pressed to separate the juice from the skins. The must is lowered in temperature and then sent to ferment controlling the temperature that never exceeds 20 ° C. All winery operations are aimed at enhancing the best features of the vine respecting the grapes. Verdicchio of Matelica is a vine that requires carefulness in the processing phases because of the sensitivity of the skin of its grape. It results in must and wine with high acidity and alcoholic richness that allow a remarkable longevity, rare feature of white wines.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% One of the most popular South Tyrolean wines, with a fruity and floral flavour.
The "Traminer" has been known in German speaking areas as far back as the 13th century and today it ranges amongst one of the most popular South Tyrolean wines. As the name itself implies, the Gewürztraminer has its roots in the small village of Tramin.
With the grapes growing on steep slopes that were carefully chosen by the chief winemaker himself, they yield a wine which seduces you with its intense fruitiness, full body and zesty richness. Highly aromatic with a scent of roses, it has fruity notes of lychee, grapefruit and lime as well as hints of orange and clove.
Fresh, subtle and fruity, this is Pinot Grigio at its very best.
An incredibly popular wine, well-known for its refreshing lightness, and for being the perfect accompaniment to a hot summer’s day. Marked by fruity and flowery notes that are reminiscent of the countryside in the summer, this Pinot Grigio has a dry, round and flavoursome taste that’s well-structured with a fruity, warm and well-balanced finish. A subtle, unobtrusive intensity of flavour, that is elegant, mineral and complex. There’s a reason this wine is an ever-popular crowd pleaser, and in the right hands, it can produce a revelation of a wine.