Italian Fruity Wine
Nestled in the hills of the eastern Veneto is one of the most wonderful wine growing regions - the Valdobbaidene. In April 2010 this small area was established as a DOCG region, the highest quality level that can be given to an Italian wine. Glera (formerly known as Prosecco) grapes are grown on the steep hillsides, 100% hand-harvested, and crafted ...
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Item No. 49672
Ruby red color. Chianti Ruffino is characterized by delicate yet steady floral notes of violet which is characteristic of Sangiovese wines. Offers deep, fruity hints of plum together with intense notes of sweet cherry leading to a lightly spicy finish. Medium-bodied, Chianti Ruffino is characterized by a marvelous freshness, making for a very pleasant and easy to drink wine, with ...
Item No. 126012
The 2010 vintage of this wine was #41 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2012A Tuscan treasure and 100% Italian, this DOCG wine is made using grapes sourced from Italy's most well-known wine producing area, the Chianti region. With juicy flavors and fragrant aromas, this wine is fresh, fruity, full and harmonious, with blackberry and raspberry notes and toasted almond notes ...
Item No. 121642
Intense ruby red. Intense bouquet of mature red berries fruits. Well-balanced with good structure and nice length with fruity flavors.Pair with Italian pasta with red meat sauce, white meats, fresh cheeses.
Item No. 127596
For six Italian wines, take a look at theViva ItaliaItaly is one of the most diverse wine growing regions in Europe. Take a tour through the wine regions of the country as you sample varieties that have become hallmarks of Italian wine. This trio includes a fruity and sparkling Prosecco from Veneto, a juicy red from Tuscany and a spicy ...
Item No. 100302