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high skin contact style - much deeper & richer than their regular Pinot Grigio
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94 points James Suckling: "This is really dense and structured, yet there’s energy and agility throughout. Full-bodied, yet agile and firm. It’s nicely composed and framed. Shows a lot of texture and precision for the vintage. Some balsamic to the cherry and chocolate flavors." (05/2020) 93 points Wine Spectator: "A beam of pure blackberry, black currant, iron and earth flavors are accented by vanilla and coconut from the new oak. This red is dense, with nervous tannins that eventually dissolve into the fruit. Decant now and serve with a juicy, grilled...
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95 points International Wine Review: "The 2015 Villa Poggio Salvi Brunello di Montalcino ‘Pomona’ is an absolutely gorgeous Brunello. The aromatics are beautiful in this young Brunello, expressive and open, showing striking nuances of cherries, raspberries and currants which all come together and emerge from the glass. On the palate this possesses an elegant medium body, with wonderful vibrancy and a remarkable structure. It goes on to display wonderful purity with a clean precise finish. While this shows flashes of brilliance in its youth, it looks like...
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92 points Wine Spectator: "Sweet, ripe cherry, plum and raspberry fruit permeates this supple red, with accents of licorice, tar and cardamom. Lithe, picking up mint and eucalyptus notes on the finish. Best from 2023 through 2040. (BS)" (02/2020)
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Prior to establishing his own estate in 2011, Gianluca Colombo worked as a consultant for several other wineries in his native Piedmont. He won the Giulio Gambelli Prize in 2014. The Nebbiolo comes from a vineyard near the village of Roddi.
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Elio Altare 2017 Langhe La Villa is a blend of 60% Barbera (from the Larigi vineyard) and 40% Nebbiolo from the family's historic Arborina cru. The wine is soft, supple and rich, driven in part by 18 months of aging in new oak. The dark fruit component sits squarely across barbecue spice, smoke and tar. The wine achieves good balance thanks to the acidic freshness of Barbera and the natural structure of Nebbiolo. I opened my sample hours prior to tasting, and the results sang loud and clear. (ML)" (07/2020) ...
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91 points Wine & Spirits: "At his 7.4-acre estate in Alto Piemonte’s Castellengo hills, Gianni Selva Bonino makes just three wines, including this bright and juicy vespolina. Working with consulting oenologist Cristiano Garella, he ferments the grapes with ambient yeasts and ages the wine for eight months in large casks, giving a structured wine with a slightly gritty texture and pleasantly tart red-berry flavors. Decant it for an hour to give those fruit tones time to come to the fore." (08/2020)
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94 points Vinous: "The 2017 Larigi is silky, perfumed and gracious. Bright floral notes and red berry fruit are front and center in this super-appealing, mid-weight Larigi. The 2017 is wonderfully finessed and nuanced. As always, Larigi needs time in bottle to be at its most expressive; today, the 2017 is primary and fruity. Cellaring is essential. (AG)" (02/2020) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Larigi is a historic family vineyard in La Morra planted to the Barbera grape. The Elio Altare 2017 Langhe Larigi pours from the bottle with a darkly...
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Antonio Galloni writes: "Sustainable farming, minimal intervention in the cellar and great dirt result in some of the most compelling wines of Tuscany, and the world, for that matter." Castello dei Rampolla is nothing if not unconventional. From being one of the first estates to fully embrace Cabernet Sauvignon in Tuscany to employing unconventional aging vessels, they have always trod their own path. The Sangiovese Anfora is one such example, grown from younger vines and aged all in clay amphora. It's made in an upfront, fruit-centered style, the Anfora...
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93 points Vinous: "Good full, deep red. Enticing, complex aromas of red cherry, brown spices, roasted coffee beans, potpourri, rose petal and licorice. Sweet and subtle, with wonderful perfumed inner-mouth intensity of flavors similar to the aromas. Here the tannins are much finer than those of the 2015 Brunello Tassi. The higher acidity provides better finishing lift and length. This outstanding wine is made from a selection of the best grapes grown in some of the highest vineyards the estate owns. (ID)" (04/2020)
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Taking its name from the nearby Puni river that flows through the Venosta valley the Puni Distillery in "The Italian Highlands" town of Glorenza is Italy's first malt whisky producer. The stunning distillery combines Scottish tradition with state of the art technology to exercise the utmost control and consistency over the distillation process. The pure Apline waters and wide temperature swings make this an ideal place for whisky production. The end result is a range of whiskies that have racked up many gold medals and high scores from numberous publicat...
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