Tuscany & Abruzzo, Italy - Value 7 Pack ~ Bonus Free Bottle
This is great……and here’s why!7 beautiful Italian wines birthed from the vineyards of sunny Tuscany and Abruzzo. Bring the taste of Italy back into your own home. Pair these award winning wines with the Italian food you love to eat!
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1 x Buccia Nera Tenuta Di Campriano Chianti 2019 ~ Chianti, Italy
Multi award winning wine
Sangiovese 85%, Merlot 7.5 %. and Cabernet 7.5%
Raffaele Vecchione - WinesCritic.com "Precise on the nose, it seduces in its sensorial fragrance with lively notes of raspberries, currants and cocoa powder. Medium-full body, rustic and bold in the center of the palate with poorly refined tannins and a sharp finish. True expression of the most genuine Tuscany. Better from 2021."
5StarWines - the Book - Vinitaly - "Inviting aromas of wild berries, leather and herbs; compact structure with sturdy tannins and accentuated acidity, ends with fine spicy aromas."
The Wine Enthusiast - "Made entirely from organical Sangiovese, this opens with dark-skinned berry and baking spice aromas, with an earthy hint of underbrush. The straightforward, juicy palate offers red plum, clove and cinnamon touches alongside polished tannins."
The Winemaker - "At the palate it is very soft, followed by a good sense of volume that fills the mouth well. Tannins are present but enveloping and warm sustained by good acidity that lets predict a good aging potential. Good persistence and length that completes the tasting leaving the mouth pleasantly dry. The nose is intense with hints of black berries and plums, then opens with spicy aromas of cocoa and licorice."
Buccia Nera is an award winning, organic winery is situated on the hills beyond the city of Arezzo, in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. The winery has 60 hectares of vineyards and olive yards extended from 200 mt to 500 mt obove sea level. The name 'Buccia Nera' means 'Black Skin' and is from family’s nickname, and the black skin of Sangiovese grapes they produce.
The winery hand picks all of its the grapes allowing the preservation of the quality of the grapes. Vinification is also done naturally, without the use of additives, but by controlling the temperature of the tanks. Carefull and limited use of sulphur enables the wines to have a very low quantity of SO2.
1 x Buccia Nera Tenuta Di Campriano Chianti Riserva 2016 - Tuscany, Italy
94/100 5 StarWines & Wine Without Walls 2020
92/100 Raffaele Vecchione
Chianti Riserva DOCG
Sangiovese 85% Merlot 7.5 % and Cabernet 7.5%
Raffaele Vecchione - “Precise on the nose, it seduces in its sensorial fragrance with lively notes of raspberries, currants and cocoa powder. Medium-full body, rustic and bold in the center of the palate..... True expression of the most genuine Tuscany.”
Winemaker - "At the palate it is very soft, followed by a good sense of volume that fills the mouth well. Tannins are present but enveloping and warm sustained by good acidity that lets predict a good aging potential. Good persistence and length that completes the tasting leaving the mouth pleasantly dry. Food pair with game, red meat, and mature cheeses."
1 x Crono Chianti Riserva 2016 - Tuscany, Italy
Domenico Portfido ~ The Apulian Man - "A sophisticated Chianti, of great length and finesse to the palate, able to excite like few others thanks to the close link with a unique terroir.....aged in French oak barrels and in new barriques that help the wine to express itself harmoniously with warmth and elegance."
The Winemaker - “Vibrant red wine. Intensely vinous bouquet. Harmonious, warm, persistent and rightly tannic flavour. Aged in barrels for at least 12 months; part of the wine is then stored in new Allier and Cher barriques for a further 3 months. Particularly suitable for roast and grilled meats,"
Botter is one of Italy's largest, family-owned wineries and has been producing and exporting wines for almost a century. Today one in every 35 bottles of Italian wine exported is produced by Botter which is managed by the family's third generation of vignerons. Botter is committed to organic and sustainable winemaking practices at many of its vineyards which are located in Puglia, Veneto and Friuli. The winery has won over 100 top international awards for its wines, most notably the gold medal Vinalies Internationales 2014, China Wine & Spirits Awards 2013, Concurs Mondial de Bruxelles 2010, Berliner wine Trophy 2013 and Mundus Vini 2013.
1 x Collosorbo 'Rosso di Montalcino' Sangiovese 2019 - Tuscany, Italy
90/100 Raffaele Vecchione - Wines Critic
88/100 Wine Enthusiast (2018 Vintage)
89/100 Robert Parker (2018 Vintage)
Kerin O’kkefe (Wine Enthusiast)- "This opens with subtle aromas suggesting underbrush, wild herb and a whiff of toasted nut. Smooth and juicy, the palate shows ripe Morello cherry, pomegranate and ground clove. It's already accessible thanks to polished tannins and fresh acidity. Enjoy through 2022.” (2018 Vintage)
The Winemaker - "A traditional, fresh velvety wine, Rosso di Montalcino comes from the Estate’s best vineyards, the same that produce Brunello. It is made from 100% Sangiovese with persistent, fruity aromas and considerable structure. This is a very versatile wine suitable for average periods of aging." (2016 Vintage)
The Tenuti di Collosorbo has been owned by the Ciacci family since 1850. The first bottle of Brunello di Montalcino was made in 1966 by Giuseppe Ciacci, a progenitor of the first of the three generations of this winery. Now Giovanna Ciacci and her daughters, oenologist Laura and agronomist, Lucia Sutera Sardo, operate the vineyard and winery, assisted by esteemed oenologist Paolo Caciorgna and cellar master, Daniele Guidotti, who has been in charge of the Tenuta's winery for more than twenty years and is considered one of the family.
1 x Tor del Colle Riserva 2018 ~ Montepulciano d' Abruzzo, Italy
Bronze - International Wine Challenge (2007 vintage)
Silver - Vinalies Internationales (2006 vintage)
The Winemaker - "Dry and herbaceous on the palate. Full-bodied and balanced. Intense, vinous bouquet with an immediate cherry flavor changing to notes of blackberries and licorice."
Tor del Colle is produced by the family-owned winery Casa Vinicola Botter, founded in 1928. The profile of Abruzzo, Molise and Apulia could have been drawn by a stylist to make Italy look like a masterpiece: the “heel” that makes the Italian “boot” unique. Elegant heels can turn sporty or bold ones can become romantic thanks to a detail that makes the difference. The heel of the Italian “boot” is made of three beautiful regions. Starting from L’Aquila, reaching Campobasso and arriving in Bari, we discover gentle hills that become wonderful beaches as we approach the sea.
1 x Tenuta Argentiera "Poggio ai Ginepri" Super Tuscan ~ Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Shiraz 2019 ~ Bolgheri, Italy
91/100 James Suckling (2018 Vintage)
93/100 Wine Spectator (2017 Vintage)
92/100 James Suckling (2017 Vintage)
90/100 Robert Parker (2017 Vintage)
Bronze - Decanter World Wine Awards (2009 Vintage)
Commended - International Wine Challenge (2008 Vintage)
Bronze - International Wine Challenge (2007 Vintage)
Silver - International Wine & Spirit Competition (2006 Vintage)
Wine Spectator - "...There is good grip, with fine overall balance and a long aftertaste of black currant, mineral and tobacco. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2024. Tasted twice, with consistent notes.....A deep well of black currant, blackberry, licorice, cedar and graphite flavors draws you in for the ripe fruit on the palate. " (2016 Vintage)
Wine.com - "A nice wine, good structure and higher concentration. Has a broad and deep olfactory landscape that opens in a very frank and immediate. Structure intense, but also beautiful softness and good housekeeping executive." (2016 Vintage)
Tenuta Argentiera stands in a magnificent area of land in the Maremma region of Italy that blends countryside and sea; suspended between woods and Mediterranean scrub. The vineyard is at the heart of the small but prestigious Doc Bolgheri, a terroir dedicated to great red wines and synonymous with the celebrated “Super Tuscan.”
1 x Botter Prosecco Extra Dry NV - Veneto Italy
Commended - International Wine Challenge 2018
Silver - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2018
Bronze - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2017
Commended - International Wine Challenge 2016
Bronze - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2016
Commended - International Wine Challenge 2014
Bronze - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2014
Gold - Mundus Vini 2014
Bronze - International Wine Challenge 2013
Jancis Robinson - "Pear juice, lemon, off dry. Functional, fine."
Falstaff Magazine - "Filigree nose with elegant nuances of white flowers and a hint of wet stone."
Wine Spectator - 'Sparkling Success' - "Prosecco has brought Italian sparkling wine to the forefront of the wine world. Prosecco has almost become a byword to mean any sparkling wine. In reality, Prosecco DOC, the most widely available example from the region, is specifically the product of vineyards that span a large swath of approximately 70,000 acres through the Veneto and Friuli–Venezia-Giulia regions. The soft, creamy texture and approachable structure that people love is the result of the Charmat production method, and the pretty floral and peach flavors typical to the wine are characteristics of the area's native Glera grape, Prosecco's dominant variety."
Casa Vinicola Botter is a multi-awarded Italian wine producer. The company was founded in 1928 as a small business selling local Veneto wines in barrels. After World War II, it moved onto bottled wine and began to export internationally. Botter is now managed by the third generation of the family. Botter owns two wine estates; including Divici a winery with 100 hectares (250 acres) of organic vineyards in the hills around Treviso. These are planted with a range of classic Veneto varieties such as Corvina, although the initial focus has been on an organic Prosecco.