The Amarone wine has a dark ruby red color, with notes ripe cherry, plum, blackberry, hints of spice, white chocolate and hazelnuts. It\'s a full-bodied, round and soft, dense and silky tannins of rare elegance and long finish.
It pairs well with any grilled meat, game, stewed donkey and horse, beef and bison. delicious with seasoned cheeses. excellent after a meal alone or with dark
This wine is named after the vineyard owner, a lawyer. Strict, stern, and commanding, she has always been known as simply “the lawyer”. The young, vivacious wine is almost comically at odds with its serious namesake.
Best pairing with salami sandwich, stewed baby squids with tomato sauce, meatballs with peas.
Dolcetto is famous to be light and easy to drink: this version does not disappoint but also offers some complexity and great quality. Velvety and delicious, this wine might be one of your new favourite discoveries!
Very complex and spicy nose recalling red berries, cherry jam and white pepper; abundant earthiness confirmed on the full, rich, silky and persistent palate.
Bright ruby red in colour; a pronounced bouquet of raspberries and blackberries with hints of sweet violets and irises; well-defined, full, tangy and pleasantly tannic flavour with a lingering, pleasing aftertaste of mixed berry preserve and almond.
Best paired with lamb.
Ruby red wine. Well defined, mouth-filling with clear aromas of morello cherry, blackberry and violet accompanied by spicy notes.
Dry, good body, appropriately tannic, warm, well-developed, excellent finish.
Best Paired with game and grilled meats, excellent with cured meats and aged cheeses.
Brolo (equivalent of the French term "Clos", a vineyard enclosed by a wall) Campofiorin Oro is a blend of Corvina (80%), Rondinella (10%) and Oseleta (10%) grapes sourced from specially selected parcels of vines. Deep ruby red in colour the wine offers berry fruit aromas, preserves and vanilla to the nose. The palate is rich, full-bodied, packed with baked fruit, and hints of cocoa and vanilla on the finish.
This is a red wine with great versatility. Its great with pasta dressed in rich sauces (based on meat or mushrooms), good with risotto, grilled red meat, roasts and well aged cheeses.
Brilliant ruby red colour with garnet tints. The nose is sweet, predominantly fruity, with typical notes of morello cherry and soft spice. Rich and pulpy in the mouth, flavourful and pleasantly harmonious, with silky tannins. The long finish is austere and intensely fruity. A beautiful introduction to traditional Italian grape varities, yet handled and vinified in a modern fashion. Classic, yet modern.
Particularly suitable for going with stuffed pasta, grilled dishes, spit- roasted pork, game and braised dishes, as well as a rich cheeseboard of mature and tangy cheeses.
This is a Chianti Classico that perfectly fuses earthy Chianti tradition with modern ripe fruit and silky texture. It\'s mouthwatering they way any fine Chianti should be and finishes with plenty of ripe tannins, that\'s been polished fine and ripe. While you can certainly enjoy this with anything from the Tuscan table, you\'ll love it with burgers and grilled chicken, too.
Rosso di Montalcino is undoubtedly one of Italy’s true wine success stories of the last decade, an aromatic beauty, a wine that shimmers with vitality and approachability. Just like Brunello, Rosso di Montalcino is the product of 100% sangiovese grapes grown in the Montalcino territory, but it goes through a much shorter period of élévage than its Brunello brother. The sangiovese, in all its Tuscan manifestations, make a great bottle on any table, richer and more concentrated that those grown in the Chianti zones. Denser and more powerful; combining muscularity with elegance. Succulent, juicy fruit, fresh, with a slight acidity and gorgeous tannins.
The Trentangeli Castel del Monte Rosso DOC from Tormaresca shines in the glass in an intense ruby red with a violet hue. On the nose, the bouquet is fruity and complex, with aromas of cherries, blackberries and mulberries, complemented by spicy notes of pepper and liquorice.
This red wine is rich with a great structure and a persistent taste. The ageing in barrique barrels gives this cuvée its enormous length and elegance, velvety tannins round off the taste experience. The finish is pleasant and persistent.
Tignanello was the first Sangiovese to be aged in barriques, the first contemporary red wine blended with untraditional varieties (specifically Cabernet) and one of the first red wines in the Chianti Classico region that didn’t use white grapes.
Tignanello is a milestone. It’s produced with a selection of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.
The Meczan Pinot Nero is distinguished by its varietal character, its distinctive aroma and fruity character, its bright ruby color with garnet reflexes, and its fresh, stimulating bouquet with seductive hints of woodland berries and cherry. Meczan is harmonious on the palate, it has a sappy and mellow with impressive fruit taste. Pinot Nero was successfully introduced into Alto Adige on the beginning of the 19th century.
It is recommended to combine it with red meats, lamb, poultry, game, and venison.
FOCARA Pinot Noir is produced from a traditional red vinification, then aged in barrel for 12 months. The area of Focara is characterized by the production of Pinot Noir, a wine with a strong personality. The quality and history of this wine was acknowledged in 2000 through the creation of the D.O.C. Colli Pesaresi Focara Pinot Nero.
Bucatini Pasta is a thick spaghetti-like pasta with a hole running through the middle, perfect for rich tomato or cream sauce
This kind of Pasta is traditionally eaten in the Lazio Region, especially Rome, and is typically served with Amatriciana sauce, made with tomatoes and bacon.
Fusilli come from the most ancient pasta tradition of the Campania region, from the south of Italy.
According to the tradition, the curly shape reminds of the spindle to spin wool. In the past, they were made using a knitting needle.
The beautiful curly shape of the fusilli makes them the best match for any kind of sauce, the whole wheat flour only adds to the taste.
The word rigatoni comes from the Italian word rigato which means "ridged" or "lined", making sauces and grated cheese stick to it much better than its smooth-sided cohort. It\'s a particular favourite in southern and central Italian cuisine where it is widely used - especially in Sicily. Due to its shape and texture, rigatoni works well with either fairly thick cream or tomato based sauces as its shape holds the sauce well, so enhance it with simple ingredients and seasonal products like beans and mushrooms.
A Sangiovese that is truly special. Aged under water like all other wines they produced, this wine showcases an extreme elegance that makes it suitable for refined gifts.
Sangiovese is the king of reds not only in Tuscany, but also in Emilia-Romagna, where is thoroughly developed and produced with outstanding results. This Sangiovese makes no exceptions, and packs a punch of berry fruit and violet that is typical of the grape\'s bouquet.
Cannelloni are the ideal kind of pasta for the most creative recipes! They have a cylindrical shape and are generally prepared with a salted filling and then put into the oven. They come from Emilia Romagna traditionally but there exist different variants from all Italian regions.
Try them with meat ragú!
Fusilli is a southern Italian word to indicate a kind of pasta similar to a spindle. Traditionally a knitting needle was used to form the spindle shape. Other dialectal denominations in the different regions of Italy are: curls in Calabria, incannulate in Puglia, turcinateddi or fusiddi in Sicily, maccarones a ferritus in Sardegna. Some families still prepare fusilli handmade according to the Italian tradition.
Try this pasta with tomato sauce, red pesto, genovese pesto or other vegetables sauces!