Why Italian Wines

Italian wine Ranging from every flavour, colour and style, the Italian wine culture is without doubt the most interesting of all, not only for the genuineness of flavours and ingredients, but also for the folklore that dates back thousands of years. If you like good wine, Italians have all you are looking for. Uniqueness, tradition, value and an industry that has been in the forefront of technology for thousands of years.

Super-premium wine

Super-premium wineRare super-premium wine are the most expensive, and outstanding vintages from the best vineyards may sell for thousands of dollars per bottle. Such wines are considered by some to be so good that the demand increases as its price rises. There are several characteristics of highly collectible wines: The ability to stand up well over... Read More »

Tasting wine

Tasting wineWine tasting comprises sensory examination and evaluation resulting in a clarification of their effect on the drinker’s palate. Wine comprises the similar or identical chemical compounds to those found in fruits, vegetables and spices. The sweetness is measured by the residual sugar left after fermentation. It is relative to the acidity present. For example, dry... Read More »

Nespolino Bianco, Trebbiano Chardonnay Rubicone I.G.T. 2012

Nespolino Bianco, Trebbiano Chardonnay Rubicone I.G.T. 2012Tasting notes Nespolino Bianco IGT is fresh and easy-drinking, with a straw-yellow colour.  The perfume is intense, with fresh flowers and tropical fruit aromas. Two of the main vine varieties of the Romagna region give birth to Nespolino. The white wine that celebrate Nespoli and represents its local flavours,    Food pairing Shellfish, appetisers and amaretti, vegetarian soups, Pan fried fish, white meat. Serve at 12°... Read More »

Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie IGT Ogio (Veneto)

Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie IGT Ogio (Veneto)Pinot Grigio Ogio is a great value Pinot Grigio from the Veneto region, north east of Italy. Well balanced, on the palate offers a refreshing hint of citrus and lively acidity. Great with grilled fish, chicken or fresh summer salads. APPEARANCE Intense straw color AROMA Melon and soft citrus notes on the nose TEXTURE Palate is... Read More »

Prosecco Ogio DOC (Veneto)

Prosecco Ogio DOC (Veneto)Prosecco Ogio is fresh and light on the palate, it has a balanced acidity that makes it very food friendly, and rounds out with a long and lingering finish. Ideal as an aperitif, the balanced acidity makes this a perfect partner to hors d’oeuvres as well as sushi and other fresh seafood. TASTING NOTES This... Read More »

Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio DoRe DOC Sorrentino (Campania)

Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio DoRe DOC Sorrentino (Campania)Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio DoRe as a full-bodied,  dry and persistent. Balanced, pleasant and elegant with an intense bouquet. Fruity with prevalence of pears and green apple. Ideal for starting a meal. Great match for seafood, delicate cheeses and fruit. Product Description Palate: Full-bodied, pleasant and elegant, dry and persistent. Balanced and harmonic thanks to equilibrium... Read More »

Barolo DOCG Ricossa 2009 (Piemonte)

Barolo DOCG Ricossa 2009 (Piemonte)Barolo Ricossa DOCG is a wine of ruby red color and with garnet hues, intense perfume and a dry, robust, austere but velvety and harmonious. Its great structure is achieved by a 3 year maturation of which at least 2 years in wooden barrels. Product Description The Barolo, Piedmont’s most famous wine, is produced with Nebbiolo grapes... Read More »