‘We try to highlight the tipicity of each varietal with every bottle of Pequeñas Producciones. In order to do this, we select the most appropriate terroir for each of the varieties that are a part of this high- end line, bringing its highest expression to each bottle” Matías Ciciani, Winemaker. Escorihuela Gascón.
Deep red purple colours, intense black fruit aromas combined with hints of mocha. Tannins are smooth and sweet, round persistent finish.
In a quiet corner of Val di Mezzane, sunny and windy valley, we find a tiny jewel of Valpolicella. 5 hectares that aim for becoming an expression of a different concept of winery: young yet authentic, innovative yet always in straight contact with nature, in one of the most traditional and severe wine growing areas on the Italian scenery. Thanks to the experience in the vineyard and in the cellar, to a fresh and enthusiastic management, a new and important reality in the Italian wine world developed.
This 2015 Pinot noir offers aromas of roasted spices, black raspberries, lilacs, dark loam, and bramble. Flavor follows with notes of cocoa nibs, toasted anise seed, and black cherry. Textures are rich and silky, with supple acidity. This wine has a lingering finish.
A rosé with plenty of character. Big, bold strawberry and plum fruit flavours are generous and forward, making this a deliciously appealing drinking experience.
This vividly coloured rosato wine shows the red-cherry character typical of the Bardolino but is more delicate. It often has a perfume on the nose reminiscent of bubble-gum, which comes from the fermentation process.
It is light-bodied and fruity with a lively acidity and a pleasantly bitter finish, which makes the wine suitable for serving lightly chilled.
The rigorous selection process undergone by the grand vin results in the creation of its younger brother, Amiral de Beychevelle.Despite being made from young vines, Amiral de Beychevelle benefits from the same growing techniques, meticulous sorting, and traditional barrel ageing.It has the same elegance and finesse as its older brother, but reveals its character more quickly, offering wine-enthusiasts the full vivacity of its youth. It can be kept for up to fifteen years, depending on the vintage.
Sourced from a small vineyard in the Sellicks Foothills, the southernmost sub-region of McLaren Vale which overlooks the region’s inspiring, picturesque ocean beaches. This vineyard is a truly unique and special place to grow grapes. With a high, steep, north-west facing aspect the vines grow in sparse soil of dark loam laced with slate and schist. The grapes are hand picked before small batch whole bunch fermentation in small open fermenters. The wine is then pressed in an old restored wooden basket pressed and matured in old French oak puncheons.
Argiano’sBrunello di Montalcino is distinguished by its elegance and its deep ruby red colour. It presents a good concentration on the mid-palate and a persistent aftertaste, with a rounded and voluptuous body, and interesting, silky tannins. It unites potency and elegance and looks like having a promising future. With its tempting perfumes of red berries and its clean freshness, the complexity of this wine presents an excellent balance. To fully appreciate its qualities, decant the wine at least one hour before serving.
Only Nebbiolo grapes from the best areas of Grumello go into this genuine mountain wine, which thanks to traditional wine making techniques, concentrates the most typical characteristics of the extreme yet generous Valtellina terroir in the glass. The velvety palate and the intense flavors, with floral notes, perfectly match all regional cuisine from Lombardy.