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Di Filippo, Montefalco Rosso 2017 (Umbria) 20
This blend of 60% Sangiovese, 30% Barbera and 10% Sagrantino has a succulent palate of fleshy black cherry, crushed plum, black pepper and tobacco alongside firm but velvety tannins. Organic.
Crivelli, Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato 2018 (Piedmont) 28
A stunning wine from this little known grape. The wine has fresh plummy notes with red cherry and intoxicating bouquet of violets and spice. Finished with a pop of herbal tea-like tannins.
Cascina Pace, Roero Nebbiolo Riserva 2014 (Piemonte) 28
Juicy red berries with layers of rose petal, licorice and vanilla and soft, silky tannins. An extremely approachable expression of this legendary grape.
COS, Frappato 2018 (Sicilia) 30
This indigenous Sicilian varietal is often compared to Pinot Noir with its bright fruit, floral aromatics and its zippy acidity. A perfect light summer red, this wine takes well to a slight chill and pairs beautifully with summer grilling and bbq. Organic.
Flavio Roddolo, Dolcetto D’Alba Superiore 2015 (Piemonte) 30
One of the most traditional wine growers in Piedmont, Roddolo’s dolcetto is rustic and soft, with raspberry, leather and dried earth and finishes with huge tannins.
Massimo Clerico, Spanna “Coste della Sesia” 2013 (Alto-Piemonte) 32
This is an elegant mountain Nebbiolo, showing the fresh side of Nebbiolo with the perfect amount of age to give it explosive floral aromatics and a rusty, earthy character.
Cascina ‘tavijn, Barbera “La Bandita” 2016 (Piemonte) 35
This organic and natural wine is brightly fruited, with snappy cherry and tart berry notes. Medium in body, this wine is fresh and herbal and with nice acidity and very soft tannins. This is an approachable wine that is sure to please in all occasions. Organic
Montesecondo, Chianti Classico 2017 (Toscana) 38
A classic example of this great region, this wine is supple and inviting and perfectly balanced. Dark cherry fruit with herbal depth and a satisfying texture. Organic.
Illuminati, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo “Zanna” RV 2013 (Abruzzo) 40
Generous black-fruit character and a rather nice balance of fruit, fleshiness, moderately dry tannins and lively acidity. This would be a good choice for stews, grilled meats and red sauces.
Chateau des Rontets, St. Amour “Besset” 2016 (Beaujolais, France) 48
100% Gamay. This light and elegant Beaujolais perfectly displays the complexity and elegance that can come from Cru Beaujolais. Strawberry and watermelon, with soft herbs swirling with florals and spice.
Ampeleia, Costa Toscana 2016 (Toscana) 54
100% Cabernet Franc. A beautifully pure red with fresh cherry fruit, notes of sage and a slate-like minerality. Medium to full body. Firm tannins and a fresh, bright finish. Organic
Lopez de Heredia, Rioja “Viña Bosconio” 2007 (Rioja, Spain) 55
A single vineyard Tempranillo from this benchmark Rioja producer. Sour cherry and blackberry notes, medium to full bodied on the palate, with a rustic finish of dusty leather and spice.
Paitin, Barbaresco “Serraboella” 2015 (Piemonte) 58
Hailing from one of Barbaresco’s most famous single vineyards. Sweet core of dried cherries with hints of rose petals, eucalyptus and tobacco and finishing with succulent tannins. Biodynamic.
Fratelli Barale, Barolo 2015 (Piemonte) 65
An iconic wine from a legendary producer and an exquisite vintage. All of power and finesse you want from Barolo, with a generosity of fruit that makes it open and accessible, even at this young age.
Tenuta San Guido, Toscana IGT “Guidalberto” 2017 (Toscana) 75
This iconic Cabernet/Merlot blend is rich and textural, with dried black cherry, blood orange, licorice and notes of sandlewood. Finishes with sweet, mouthwatering tannins.
Brovia, Barolo “Unio” 2014 (Piemonte) 85
This top Barolo producer made an amazing wine out of a challenging vintage by blending all of his greatest single vineyards together to make this one, unforgettable wine, Unio. Powerful, elegant and beautifully balanced.