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Montechiara Prosecco
Top Pick!
This has become a go-to favorite for customers and staff alike at K&L. Priced at a level that allows for corks to pop any old time it suits you, the Montechiara phenomenon continues to gain followers by the day. See for yourself why this value sparkler is getting so much attention.
Price: $10.99

91 points Decanter: "Richly aromatic with apple and lemon curd notes. A soft, well-integrated mousse is complemented by notes of lemon sherbet. Blind tasted by Fabio Giavedoni, Andy Howard MW, Alessandra Piubello (at The Institute of Masters of Wine, 29 Nov 2018) " (11/2018) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Smooth and fresh, this has delicate scents of wild flower, lemon and a whiff of crushed herb. On the bright, creamy palate, crisp acidity and a polished, foaming mousse offset green apple, white peach and citrus zest. (KO) " (12/2017) K&L Notes: San V...
Price: $13.99
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$11.99

Sorelle Bronca Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry
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The Bronca sisters grow their own fruit on steep hillside vineyards, then make base wine and perform the secondary (sparkling) fermentation on non-vintage batches three or four times a year to ensure freshness. Low yields and hillside-grown fruit ensure that the wine has good concentration and acidity. This one's a clean, crisp and utterly refreshing sparkler that is one of our favorites.
Price: $19.99

This year has been really difficult for Italian producers, restaurants, where most wine is sold in Italy have been closed or partially open. So, for producers, the local market has dried up. I know a producer whose winery was still full of wine but he needed the tank space for the new vintage. He decided (I was very skeptical, by the way) to blend all of his white wines together and sell it all at a tremendous loss (the whites normally sell in the $25-$30 range) just to empty his cellar. I should not have been so skeptical. The wine is predominantly Pino...
Price: $9.99

Gelmino and Cristina Dal Bosco started their winery in 2002 when the family decided to stop selling their grapes to the local co-op and make wine themselves. The winery and vineyards are located in the town of Brognoligo in the heart of the Soave Classico production area that is limited only to the communes of Soave and Monteforte d’Alpone in the province of Verona. The Montesei bottling is 100% Garganega which is harvested by hand and vinified in stainless steel. The color of the wine is a yellow straw, and the profile bright and floral with mineral det...
Price: $12.99

91 points Decanter: "A dry and understated style with a gentle mousse. There's substance to this wine, offering depth while remaining light in touch. Expect delicate aromas of nectarine and citrus and a touch of savoury. (RG)" (09/2019) 90 points Vinous: "The 2018 Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Extra Brut opens slowly in the glass, showing wild grasses and stone dust before giving way to hints of peach and pear. It’s soft in texture and dry, with a fine bead of soothing bubbles ushering in mineral-tinged green apples. Though subtle, this finishes wit...
Price: $21.99

Ian D'Agata reports: "A small family run operation situated in Brognoligo, in the heart of the Soave Classico production zone and founded only in 2002, Le Battistelle is making some of Soave’s more interesting white wines lately. Owners Gelmino and Cristina Dal Bosco farm nine hectares subdivided in many plots; it is the single largest section of vines located on the monte delle Battistelle in the Castellaro cru that gives the estate its name. The estate’s vineyards are planted on very steep slopes on highly volcanic soils and the wines, though not the l...
Price: $15.99

2019 Silvano Follador Prosecco Superiore Extra Brut
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91 points Vinous: "The 2019 Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Extra Brut is understated and poised, showing dusty flowery perfumes, white smoke and crushed green apples. There’s an attractive weightlessness here, as it delivers creamy textures contrasted by a stimulating display of mineral-tinged orchard fruits and gingery spice. Residual acids tug at the cheeks with salty tension, as this finishes dry and intense. (EG)" (12/2020)
Price: $19.99
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A blend of the traditional Valpolicella varieties sourced from three of the estate's vineyard sites, this is a gorgeous expression of Amarone for a stupendous price. From the winery: "Made from a selection of the best native grapes, which are processed following the 'appassimento' method for three months, in line with an age-old tradition in Valpolicella. It is garnet-red in colour, with a full, dry, velvety taste, and intense aromas of cherries macerated in alcohol, wild berries and spices. Uncork a few hours before drinking and serve at 18-20°C."
Price: $39.99

Ian D'Agata writes: "A small family run operation situated in Brognoligo, in the heart of the Soave Classico production zone and founded only in 2002, Le Battistelle is making some of Soave’s more interesting white wines lately. Owners Gelmino and Cristina Dal Bosco farm nine hectares subdivided in many plots; it is the single largest section of vines located on the monte delle Battistelle in the Castellaro cru that gives the estate its name. The estate’s vineyards are planted on very steep slopes on highly volcanic soils and the wines, though not the la...
Price: $19.99

This classic blend of Corvina, Rondinella, and Molinara was vinified according to tradition for the Amarone style and aged for three years in oak casks. It is characteristically bold in flavor, with a rich, silky midpalate and lingering taste of chocolate and dried cherries. A full-bodied wine, this pairs well with rich dishes like red meat, game, and strong cheeses. It is also a nice treat to enjoy after dinner on its own or with cheese or chocolate. Decanting or opening the wine at least a half hour before consuming is recommended in order to allow its...
Price: $29.99

90 points James Suckling: "A firm and silky red with berry and stone character, medium body and a fresh finish." (08/2018) Wine Enthusiast: "This boasts aromas of ripe strawberry, violet and a touch of eucalyptus. The light-bodied, juicy palate offers raspberry jam, cinnamon and red cherry alongside fresh acidity and smooth tannins. (KO)" (02/2018)
Price: $24.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Delicate aromas of white flowers, stone fruit and pear lead the way. On the palate, a core of green apple and citrus is carried by vibrant, fresh acidity. Small, lively bubbles lend finesse. *Best Buy* (KO)" (12/2015) Wine Spectator: "A clean Prosecco, with apple and a hint of grapefruit and mineral. Medium froth, with a crisp finish. (JC, Web-2007)" Jancis Robinson: "Quince, herbs and a touch of aspirin. This really has a lot more fruit depth than most Proseccos at this price. Medium dry but finishes fresh. Well priced, ju...
Price: $19.99

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90 points Wine & Spirits: "Barrique-aged for one year, this ripasso unfolds with flavors of dried cherry and dark chocolate accented by notes of licorice and sweet spice. Savory hints emerge toward the finish, balancing those rich flavors. It’s a good match for braised beef." (02/2021) K&L Notes: Corte Rugolin's Ripasso style of Valpolicella is produced by refermenting a small amount of Valpolicella Classico on the lees with the sweet wine of their Recioto and Amarone. The resulting red is of superior quality and is remarkably long-lived; it has more b...
Price: $24.99

98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2013 Amarone della Valpolicella Monte Lodoletta is my favorite wine in the retrospective, along with the amazing 2011, 2009 and 1996 vintages. This wine was released at the beginning of this year, and because Dal Forno skipped over the 2014 vintage, this is the only Amarone we will see for a while (until the highly anticipated 2015 is released). The 2013 vintage is characterized by a slightly more streamlined mouthfeel (which isn't saying much given the baseline enormity of these wines) with carefully etched ...
Price: $324.99

Trabucchi has always been among our favorite producers of Amarone, for their flavor, character, and fun. Over the entrance to the winery is inscribed, "With inspiration from Giuseppe Quintarelli, help from Romano Dal Forno and the money of Sig. Trabucchi," who is obviously someone with a great sense of humor. Valpolicella is one of the most exciting winemaking zones in Italy now. Gone are the days of the ubiquitous plonk; cheap and wet. Today's Valpolicella is stunningly aromatic, concentrated, richly textured, and spicy. The Trabucchi Amarone has less f...
Price: $89.99


Antonio Galloni writes: "Trabucchi makes intense, fruit-forward wines from biologically-certified vineyards in Illasi, one of the valleys that emerges on the eastern side of the Valpolicella zone."
Price: $29.99


90 points Decanter: "Splendid violet florals and youthful cherry fruit, with well-constructed oak, fresh tannins and a bitter twist on the finish. (Panel Tasting)" (01/2020)
Price: $29.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Prosecco Brut Rose Jeio is made from equal parts Merlot and Pinot Noir. It is a fairly restrained wine with excellent balance and a refined mousse. I am not generally a fan of rose Prosecco, a category that has been created to exploit the growing popularity of both roses and sparkling wines, yet everything here works beautifully, and this is one if the very few examples that merit attention. (AG)" (08/2010) Wine Spectator: "A tangy sparkling rosé, featuring a lively bead, with ample dried white cherry and cranberr...
Price: $14.99

From the winery: "Amarone 'Terre di San Zeno' is a blend of Valpolicella traditional grapes, which are picked only after a careful selection of the ripest clusters on the vines and placed to undergo the appassimento process, inducing air to dry out the grapes. This process lasts up to 4 months. The crushing takes place only at the beginning of the year following the harvest, with a very long fermentation, 25 – 30 days, due both to the temperature of the season (February – March) and to the naturally high alcohol level of the must. After a long maturation...
Price: $54.99

The Farina wine estate is born in the early 1900's with the objective to produce classic wines from Verona, from the whites to the more complicated reds. Today, the baton is in the hands of the three Farina cousins, Remo, Pietro, and Alessandro. Despite the large volumes, they have been able to conduct the estate throughout the years as a family run business, asserting themselves in the market only and exclusively for the high quality in their wine making. Made from Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, and other old noble vineyards, the selection, the special ...
Price: $39.99


2015 Roccolo Grassi Amarone della Valpolicella
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96 points Vinous: "The 2015 Amarone della Valpolicella is dark, rich and deeply alluring but with an energy that keeps you coming back to the glass. The bouquet draws you in with a mix of cherry and plum sauce, notes of sage, tobacco and hints of woodsmoke. It’s velvety-smooth, energized by vibrant acids with sweet red fruits and spices, yet it never crosses the line of becoming cloying or tiring. The balance here is remarkable, as the 2015 comes across as delicious and spry in spite of its girth and intensity. There’s a subtle coating of fine tannin and...
Price: $74.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Bright citrus, aromatic herb and spring blossom aromas take center stage on this refreshing white. The crisp, savory palate delivers Bartlett pear, peach, lemon zest and a hint of ginger before closing on a white almond note. *Editors' Choice* (KO) " (08/2019) Decanter: "From the south shores of Lake Garda, this 100% Trebbiano shows a fresh character of forward, ripe lemon and lime with layers of stone fruit. Engaging acidity gives way to supple textures and an unexpected, lingering finish. (SS)" (10/2020)
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The estate of Giuseppe Quintarelli, the Veneto’s most important producer, has received justifiable renown for its near-mythical Amarone, Recioto and the cult wine, Alzero. As resolute traditionalists, the Quintarelli estate follows the winemaking protocol established by Giuseppe, practices he learned from his father and grandfather. Therefore, Quintarelli wines are always small in allocation, high in demand, and stratospheric in quality--even the most connected wine-lovers find the Quintarelli wines difficult to obtain. As with the estate’s Amarone, Quin...
Price: $324.99

Bid on this magnum of 2012 Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone della Valpolicella Classico (1.5L) (94VN). Vinous: "It’s rare that you take in the aromas of an Amarone and the first thing that comes to mind is how wonderfully fresh and perfumed it is, but that’s exactly what you’ll experience from the 2012 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico from Quintarelli. Sour cherries are complicated by notes of rose, sweet spice and hints of cedar and mint. It’s deeply textural yet precise, with a polished and pure display of purple-tinged red fruit contrasted by zesty acids and a slight herbal twang. Remarkably feminine and undeniably elegant, with a slow-mounting structure that sneaks up on you through the finale. This gentle giant tapers off long and floral, only hinting at the depths that further cellaring will bring. (AG)" (02/2012)
Starting Bid: $360.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2005 Giuseppe Quintarelli Valpolicella Classico Superiore. One of the titans of the wine world and the undisputed Maestro of the Veneto, Giuseppe Quintarelli is responsible for crafting some of the greatest wines the world has known, period. While he is revered for his Amarones and his Alzero Cabernet Franc, he has also built a superlative reputation for his Valpolicellas. The Classico Superiore is a blend comprised mostly of Corvina, Corvinone, and Rondinella. Half of the fruit is pressed immediately and half is dried for 2 months. After maceration and primary fermentation, the juice is then racked onto the Amarone lees for a ripasso run. The wine then spends seven years in large Slavonian oak before release. This beautiful library vintage example shows just why the man is so revered, and just what his wines could achieve during the time when he was operating at the peak of his wisdom and skills.
Starting Bid: $265.00

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