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An incredibly serious example of Nebbiolo, this bottling of young vines from Cru Rué offers a classic sensory experience at an incredible value.
Baked strawberry and rhubarb. Dry with an elegant bead. A sparkler to drink throughout a meal.
Traditional wine made by blending Sangiovese, Sagrantino and other red grapes.
Enveloping mouth of great elegance, this is the result of the crisp and mature tannins, which lead to a sapid and overwhelming ending.
After regualtions were imposed forcing Friuli producers to no longer use the name 'Tocai' (long held, local name for Friulano), Le Vigne di Zamò now produces "No Name" as it's replacement! What's in a name, anyway?
Intense ruby red in color. The nose is powerful with balsamic eucalyptus tones and ripe red fruit aromas. The wine is elegant and sharp with soft tannins. Excellent persistence smell taste. A cru of merlot that reflects the terroir of Brolio.
Vibrant and fruity Amarone, with hints of well-ripened fruit and spices
Intriguing scents of pressed flower, dried orchard fruit and aromatic herb unfold in the glass. The savory, medium-bodied palate shows nice depth, offering candied citrus, dill, apple, kiwi and toasted almond. Zesty acidity provides balance and freshness. This is an impressive effort, especially for the 2014 vintage