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Italian Wine Essentials Kit

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Italian Wine Essentials Kit


This kits provides an overview of Italian wines.

Cantina di Caldaro Pinot Grigio (A26)
From the Italian Alps comes this very affordable but well crafted and lovely Pinot Grigio. Full and crisp acidity without the grassy and lemon character of many from lower elevations. No oak, just delicious minerality with a hint of peach and lime. Bright lingering finish.
Brigaldara Soave Classico (A36)
For our Soave we only employ one grape variety: Garganega. A large sparse bunch and a medium-sized berry are the typical features of this autochthonous variety of the eastern part of Verona. Through selective cryoextraction - a partial freezing of the grapes - we preserve the natural aromas and flavours of the grape and prevent oxidation, bringing in the glass all the aromatic potential of the fresh Garganega grapes.
Tenuta San Lorenzo Gavi (A41)
GAVI D.O.C.G. of Tenuta San Lorenzo is a white wine with a limpid color that has a delicate and intense aroma with a fresh and harmonious taste, produced exclusively from 100% Cortese grapes.
Paitin Starda Nebbiolo (A42)
Starda is a name of an ancient family of notary, after them was named an house and a small street that runs along the bottom of Serraboella. The soil of the bottom of Serraboella, more sandy and fresher gives gentle nebbiolos but preserving their superior class.
Lionello Marchesi Chianti Classico (A43)
Taking over and restoring a historic monastery from the year 1000, in Castelnuovo Berardenga , the heart of the Sienese Chianti Classico , he created a prestigious agricultural and residential complex, the current Castello di Monastero . The attention is focused on the territory and the grape variety: the wines must be an expression of these two components, and highlight their best character through a wise management of the vineyard, harvest, vinification and aging.
Ercole Barbera (A44)
Ercole, whose English translation is Hercules, is only made possible by a generations-old cooperative of local growers in the Monferrato area. Many folks know the Barbera grape for its bright acidity, and this wine is no exception to the rule. Far less known is the fact that Monferrato’s most prestigious zones are dedicated to Barbera plantings. (The very opposite holds true in the Langhe, where Nebbiolo reigns supreme.) Typically planted to southern exposure, these vineyards yield wines of great depth and balance. Fun fact: Most experts have traced the origin of Barbera to the hills of Monferrato.
Brigaldara Valpolicella (A45)
The classic Corvina, Rondinella, and Molinara blend. Calcareous and argillaceous grounds of glacial and alluvial origin.
Lenotti Valpolicella Ripasso (A46)
Giancarlo Lenotti founded the family estate in 1906. Located in the picturesque village of Bardolino on the shores of Lake Garda in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Lenotti has produced estate bottled wines from their vineyards for over 100 years.
Nicodemi Montepulciano dAbruzzo (A47)
The Montepulciano was first produced back in 1977. From 2014 we elevated this wine to the ranks of a Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Colline Teramane DOCG, an authentic testimonial to this vineyard country and its cultivar. “Le Murate”, named after one of Notaresco’s old districts, is made from selected grapes from our legacy of Abruzzo pergola vines, planted in the 1970s, and from more recent plantings, which are about 15 years old. The Montepulciano was first produced back in 1977. From 2014 we elevated this wine to the ranks of a Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Colline Teramane DOCG, an authentic testimonial to this vineyard country and its cultivar. “Le Murate”, named after one of Notaresco’s old districts, is made from selected grapes from our legacy of Abruzzo pergola vines, planted in the 1970s, and from more recent plantings, which are about 15 years old.
Clerico Visadi Dolcetto (A65)
Domenico Clerico, who passed away in July 2017, began producing wine in 1976 as one of the progressive “Barolo Boys.” With a mix of both modern techniques but deep Langhe roots, Clerico’s classification is complicated. Their core winemaking philosophy is the belief that the quality of vines is the sole factor determining a wine’s potential.
Baglio delle Fate Nero dAvola (A67)
The Baglio Delle Fate estate is owned by the same siblings, Valentina and Cesare, who own and operate the Judeka vineyard. The Baglio Delle Fate line of wines are produced with the greatest care for both the environment and for the consumer. These wines are accessible and available to markets around the world. The Baglio Delle Fate packaging design strongly represents Sicily, and in particular, Caltagirone, the area in which the company operates. This city is world-famous for its hand-painted ceramic and inspired both their labels and logo.
Paccamora Catarratto (A70)
Sourced from western Sicily, near the towns of Vita and Salemi, about 50 km north east of Marsala and at 300 m above sea level. The vines are planted east facing, following the vertical trellis system.
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