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  1. Ca' Nova Vespolina Gattinara 2017

    Ca' Nova Vespolina Gattinara 2017

    Vespolina is a grape native to the Piedmont region with a genetic connection to Nebbiolo. The grapes for this wine come from Gattinara and are completely de-stemmed to soften the naturally occurring tannins. On the nose you will find white pepper and baking spices, followed by cranberry and red cherry. The palate is light yet powerful with a slightly rustic characteristic that is softened by floral notes, pomegranate, and touches of rhubarb to finish it off. Learn More
  2. Stroppiana "Leonardo" Barolo 2013 Magnum

    Stroppiana "Leonardo" Barolo 2013 Magnum

    The Stroppiana Family farms just 5.5 hectares of vineyards, mostly located in the municipalities of La Morra and Verduno. There is a touch of modernism in the production, the wine is aged in French barriques for 24 months, and then rested in large barrels for another year. Bright and perfumed with dried cherry, orange peel, rose petal and sweet tobacco. The acidity is not hiding here, but the texture is smooth and bright. Learn More
  3. G. D. Vajra Albe Barolo 2014

    G. D. Vajra Albe Barolo 2014

    Albe is “Barolo di Barolo”, a blend of vineyards only in the Barolo comune. Fosati, Coste de Vergne and La Volta all have different southern exposures and add distint qualities to the wine. They yeild a complex and rich Barolo that will age gracefully for another three to five years, but an absolute pleasure to drink right now. The tannins are round, w/ complex aromatics, and delicious fruit. This is one of Vajra’s most approachable and open Barolos. Learn More
  4. GD Vajra Clare JC Nebbiolo Langhe 2018

    GD Vajra Clare JC Nebbiolo Langhe 2018

    100% Nebbiolo made in the Langhe and the winemaking protocol is based off of 1606 writings from G.B. Croce. Slightly off-dry, high in acid, fully red and slightly tannic (because it’s Nebbiolo). This wine is light, fresh and lively in the mouth but finishes with finesse and length. Meant to take a chill, it is best paired with salumi or any dish that needs a good acidic wine with grip to clear the palate. Learn More
  5. Sottimano "Mate" Brachetto 2018

    Sottimano "Mate" Brachetto 2018

    Piemontese grape Brachetto is usually made into a sweet and lightly sparkling red wine, but this unusual and fascinating wine is completely dry and still. The nose is fruity, aromatic, and perfumed, with aromas of strawberries, cherries, plums, violets, earth, sage, and licorice, leading into a palate with firmly gripping tannins. A very distinctive wine that’s calling out for pasta and rich tomato sauce. Learn More
  6. A&G Fantino Cascina Dardi Barolo Riserva 2013

    A&G Fantino Cascina Dardi Barolo Riserva 2013

    First, let’s break down all the words on the label. The producer is two brothers Alessandro and Gian Natale Fantino. Bussia is a cru with in Barolo and Dardi is a section within Bussia that has a perfect south-southeastern exposure. Aromas of roses, watermelon, strawberry, chocolate covered cherries, herbs, raw meat, tabacco, licorice, and mushrooms. The list goes on and on. The palate is extremely approachable, but this can still age for decades. Only 6,000 bottles made Learn More
  7. G.D. Vajra Rosato Piedmont 2018

    G.D. Vajra Rosato Piedmont 2018

    60% Nebbiolo, 20% Barbera, 20% Dolcetto. From one of our favorite Barolo producers comes this tasty rosé. It’s an unusual blend of Piemonte’s most important black grapes, for fresh, engaging aromas of strawberries, cherries, pomegranates, and orange blossom, lifted by vibrant acidity which makes this rosé especially refreshing. A very approachable rosé with a serious, thoughtful edge. Learn More
  8. Matteo Correggia Roero Arneis 2017

    Matteo Correggia Roero Arneis 2017

    Matteo Corregia was instrumental in establishing the Roero DOC, which in turn has helped revive interest in the local grape Arneis. The vineyard receives multiple passes to ensure optimal ripeness and health, before the wine receives 6 months in ageing stainless steel. Pretty aromas of quince, peach, apricot, and almonds lead into a palate that has the perfect balance between freshness and weight, with a lightly chewy texture. Learn More
  9. Giacomo Grimaldi "Sotto Castello di Novello" Barolo 2015

    Giacomo Grimaldi "Sotto Castello di Novello" Barolo 2015

    From a winery founded in 1930 but who only first released their first wine in 1996 – such is the attention to detail. The vineyard is Sotto Castello di Novello, located on the south-west tip of Barolo and of which the family own 3.3ha. The wine is aged in 50-60% new oak for 22-24 months for a rich, mouthfilling, densely textured feel, with aromas of violets, plum, blueberry, and licorice and an acidic, tannic structure which gives the wine years of ageing potential. Learn More
  10. Antoniolo Vino Rosato "Bricco Lorella" Gattinara 2018

    Antoniolo Vino Rosato "Bricco Lorella" Gattinara 2018

    From a great Gattinara producer in northern Piemonte comes this fresh, pure Nebbiolo rosé. Refined and elegant with a fruity, juicy core, this is an extremely attractive rosé with aromas of fresh rose petals, sage, vanilla, white pepper, strawberries, and raspberries, all lifted by lively acidity. Great for a warm day as well as with summer salads or fish. Learn More