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2017 Fèlsina "Rancia" Chianti Classico Riserva
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95 points James Suckling: "Plenty of fruit concentration with cherry and strawberry aromas and flavors. Full-bodied with chewy tannins and lots of concentration. Intense and rich." (05/2020) 95 points Vinous: "The 2017 Chianti Classico Riserva Rancia is incredibly polished and sophisticated. Silky tannins give the 2017 its racy, sleek personality. Over the last year, the 2017 has really settled into a gorgeous place. There is plenty of vintage 2017 intensity, but Rancia is distinctly medium in body and restrained. The wilder side of Sangiovese, one of ...

2015 Poggiarellino Brunello di Montalcino
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93 points James Suckling: "Plenty of dust and ripe fruit such as dried redcurrants, strawberry jam and raspberry fool. Lots of mahogany and old piano too. Decadent with dark-chocolate flavors and rustic tannnins, but there’s a fine line of acidity to drive this to a tidy if silty finish. " (10/2019) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Aromas of fragrant purple flower, crushed mint and woodland berry mingle with a whiff of dark spice. Mirroring the nose, the linear palate shows sour cherry, orange zest, star anise and a smoky note alongside dusty tannins and fr...
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92 points James Suckling: "A dense and layered red with lots of chocolate, berry and wood character. Full and chewy. Yet, the tannins are not harsh or overdone." (09/2018) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Carus Vini 2015 Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Gaudio is a dark and brooding wine with a wide range of aromas that go from dark fruit and cherry liqueur to tarry smoke, road asphalt and potting soil. The wine shows a heavy center of gravity with lots of freshness and a medium-rich style that could pair nicely with with slices of steak marinated in...
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2016 Collazzi Toscana Rosso (Elsewhere $40) (Elsewhere $40)
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95 points James Suckling: "Flowers and citrus fruit with currants and cherries on the nose, following through to a full body, yet very tight and precise with compact tannins and a fresh, energetic finish. Tasty." (11/2019) 93 points Vinous: "The 2016 Collazzi is bold, juicy and super-expressive. Black cherry, leather, smoke, grilled herbs, iron, menthol, licorice and mocha are all laced together in a very pretty, expressive wine with tons of character and personality. (AG)" (08/2019) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is a balanced vintag...
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95 points Wine Spectator: "Sweet ripe cherry and raspberry aromas and flavors are framed by floral, menthol and spice accents. Elegant and harmonious, with terrific length and serious backbone for aging. Stays fresh and focused, with a mineral element lingering. (BS)" (10/2020) 92 points Decanter: "This parcel within the Basarin cru in Neive, planted on clay and sandstone soils, is particularly prized by the Giacosa family. The nose is enchanting, crystalline and floral, with raspberry fruit in the background. It's supple and graceful rather than power...
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93 points James Suckling: "Very bright and focused with aromas of sliced strawberries, citrus and violets that follow through to a full body, juicy fruit and a flavorful finish. Chewy. Better in 2020, but already a beauty." (08/2018) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Wild rose, red berry, dark spice and Mediterranean brush aromas come together to create a delicate, alluring fragrance. The smooth, elegant palate doles out juicy red cherry, strawberry, white pepper and clove alongside polished, silky tannins. Bright acidity gives it tension and energy. It's al...
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From the island of Sant'Antioco in Sardinia, this wine is produced with grapes from organic Carignano vines with roots buried deep in soils that are almost completely composed of sand. The sandy dirt and remote location also means these vines avoided the scourge of phylloxera that ravaged vineyards across Europe in the early 20th century providing an opportunity to not just taste wine from a unique place but from another era as well.
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An elegant Nebbiolo-based blend from a small estate in Piemonte. Young vines, no oak, just a deliciously drinkable Italian red to accompany a steamy plate of pasta — or roast chicken, as K&L's Italian wine buyer, Greg St. Clair, would have it: "Over the past couple of decades, the region of Alto Piemonte has become a force, producing some of the most interesting Nebbiolo-based wines in Piedmont. Alto Piemonte? Yes! It means upper Piedmont, and it stretches from about 60 miles west of Milano to Gattinara, then west to Carema, about 35 miles north of Torin...
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An interesting blend of Campano grapes Falanghina, Ginestra and Pepella from vines that are up to 200 years old. Citrus and mineral with almond notes, a lovely fresh summer white that will transport you to the Amalfi coast of Italy.
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2018 Le Ragnaie Rosso di Montalcino
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Antonio Galloni raves over Le Ragnaie: "If I had to bet on an estate with the clear potential to enter Montalcino’s top echelon over the next decade, Le Ragnaie would be at or near the top of my list. Unlike the vast majority of his peers, proprietor Riccardo Campinoti has a global view of wine and a much broader perspective than most producers, qualities that will continue to serve him well as he builds his family’s winery. Campinoti crafts traditionally made Rossos and Brunellos loaded with class, but I am quite confident the best is yet to come."
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2018 The Geologist Bolgheri Rosso
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92 points James Suckling: "Aromas of black cherry, blueberry, clove, walnut and mahogany. Savory herb, olive and pine-cone notes, too. It’s full-bodied with firm, chewy tannins. Polished and rich with a spiced finish." (02/2021) K&L Notes: 94 Points, Luca Gardini, The Wine Insider: “Bright and dense ruby. The aromas are clear and clean to the nose, with scents of sour cherries, a wild touch of geranium and a slightly spicy finish. On the palate taut tannins, eucalyptus, fruity and mineral finish. Excellent persistence.”
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Monica Larner writes in The Wine Advocate: "The wines of Tenuta San Francesco are readily available at most restaurants and snack bars along the Amalfi Coast from Sorrento to Salerno. Because this beautiful Italian beach destination is just a few hours away from Rome by car, these are low-priced wines that I drink often and with pleasure."
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This is a young vine version after Rinaldi had to replant their portion of Cannubi
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2017 Fratelli Alessandria "del Comune di Verduno" Barolo
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Here's a new wine that reflects the enthusiasm for comune-focused wines that are now gaining much traction across the Barolo appellation. The Fratelli Alessandria 2017 Barolo del Comune di Verduno shows beautifully even in its youth and most especially after the bottle has been opened for a bit or double decanted. Like all these wines from this vintage, it needs a little extra breathing room. The results are precise and focused with a good balance of light spice, mineral and tar. (ML)" (06/2021) 94 points Wine ...
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94 points James Suckling: "Relatively flamboyant aromas of ripe fruit, roses and citrus follow through to a full body with density and a powerful tannin backbone. I like the tar undertones to the pretty ripe fruit. " (08/2020) 92 points Vinous: "The 2015 Barolo Ginestra melds together the breadth of Ginestra with some of the soft fruit for this site, all while retaining a very classic sense of structure. Sweet red cherry, mint, pine, orange peel, star anise and dried herbs give the 2015 lovely brightness and fragrance to play off its mid-weight structu...
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95 points James Suckling: " Deep and complex, yet delicate, this is an exceptionally concentrated and ripe pinot bianco. But it has a cool side, too, and that helps balance the toast and dried-pear character on the mid-palate before the dramatic, mineral freshness kicks in at the intense, long finish. Just beginning a long life. Drink or hold." (04/2021) 95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "If I were stranded on a deserted island with just one bottle of wine of my choosing, it very well might be Cantina Terlano's Vorberg. The 2018 Alto Adige Terla...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Showing the youthful side of Nebbiolo, this fantastic red from the mountains opens with heady scents of fragrant blue flower, ripe wild berry and camphor. Lithe and bright, the vibrant, delicious palate offers pristine fruit sensations of juicy red cherry, ripe strawberry and baking spice alongside glossy tannins and fresh acidity. A salty mineral note lingers on the close. Enjoy through 2024.K.O. abv: 14%" (12/2021)
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A bergamot-forward aperitivo that can be enjoyed in a range of cocktails. From the distrillery: "Italicus is lightly citrusy on the nose with hints of rose and lavender. On the palate, fresh tones of ripe citrus fruits are balanced with a light bitter and floral spice before giving way to a complex and long lasting finish."
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Antica Torino is the brainchild and longtime passion project of Liguria-based wine & spirits huntsman, Vittorio Zoppi, and Umbrian winemaker Filippo Antonelli. Their dedication to traditionally produced Italian spirits is incredible. The Amaro Della Sacra is cold macerated in neurtal wheat spirit giving it a very rich texture. Many of the herbs, flowers, and spices come from the Piedmont region, but the green cardamom comes from the Indies, the myrrh is from the Middle East, and the chinchona bark hails from South America.It's a lovely woody amaro that d...
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94 points James Suckling: "Chewy and rich with attractive cherry and dried-strawberry character, as well as intense tannins. Dried flowers, too. This is traditional and structured. Very tight. Needs time to soften." (10/2020) 92 points Vinous: "The 2017 Chianti Classico Filetta di Lamole is absolutely gorgeous. In 2017, the Filetta di Lamole has a bit more body than usual because of the warmth of the year, and yet it retains its classic sense of energy and mid-weight structure. Crushed red berry, spice, mint, licorice and rose petal all open up in this...
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Distillerie Bonollo Umberto is a 4th generation, family owned company with a multi-century tradition in the distillation of super-premium, high-quality grappa. In line with the Alchemic credo of continuous improvement, the Bonollo Master distillers have always been at the forefront of innovation by constantly researching new distillation techniques and upgrading equipment accordingly. The Amaro "OF" is a modern take on the age old Italian digestivo, designed to create a balanced experience of great depth and complexity.
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Monica Larner in Wine Advocate: "A legendary figure in a land of legendary wines, Bruno Giacosa, passed away in Alba on January 22, 2018, with his daughters Marina and Bruna at his side. He was 88. Following a stroke in 2006, Giacosa had slowly retreated from the spotlight. His daughter Bruna has managed the eponymous winery and vineyard these past years. ... Bruno Giacosa will be remembered for his keen ability to recognize the best growing sites for Nebbiolo, Barbera and the other great grapes of Piedmont. He had an encyclopedic knowledge of the cru s...
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2019 Fuligni "Ginestreto" Rosso di Montalcino
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Monica Larner writes: "I have always admired the work underway at Fuligni. Maria Fuligni and nephew Roberto Guerrini Fuligni deliver consistent results throughout the good years (2001, 2004, 2006 and 2007) as well as the more challenging ones (2003, 2005 and 2008). The secret to this success, in my view, is twofold. First and foremost is the family’s intimate knowledge of their vineyards. There are four sites (Vigna S. Giovanni, Vigna del Ginestreto, Vigna della Bandita and Vigna del Piano) that comprehensively offer a plethora of soil types, exposures, ...
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92 points Vinous: "Molettieri's 2007 Taurasi Vigna 5 Querce is a big, big wine. Mocha, espresso, game, tar, licorice and dark raspberries meld together in an unusually ripe, flashy Taurasi. The 2007 boasts tons of richness and sheer power, but it needs at least another year to settle down and incorporate its oak. (AG)" (02/2013) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Wild underbrush and exotic spice notes mark the racy black cherry puree and cassis fruit in this rich red, delivering full tannins and a long aftertaste of wild flowers, mineral and spice. (NM)" (06/2...
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2017 Fèlsina "Fontalloro" Toscana (Elsewhere $60) (Elsewhere $60)
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95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Fèlsina 2017 Fontalloro pours out of the bottle with a bang. This pure expression of Sangiovese is luscious and dark with thick layers of dark fruit, plum, cherry, leather and tilled earth. This hot-vintage edition shows good depth and intensity with lots of that black-fruit energy and extra concentration that is typical of this growing season. However, you can always count on Fontalloro to show balance, and that's exactly what you get here despite the adversity of the scorching summer season. That Sangiovese...






95 points Decanter: "Referring to the marly soil and 180-degree exposure, Tedeschi's Marne 180 is crafted from the estate's hillside vineyards in eastern Valpolicella. Besides the requisite Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella, it includes a handful of lesser-known grape varieties indigenous to the zone - like Negrara, Rossignola, Forselina and Croatina. An exuberant Amarone that is youthful and clean, this has aromas of cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and mint which tumble out of the glass then give way to pure dark cherry and sandalwood. Full, rich and luscious, ...

90 points Vinous: "The 2018 Passorosso transports you to the ashen slopes of Etna with a display of crushed rocks, black raspberry, wild brush herbs and hints of smoke. It’s soft and understated, impressing more with its purity of fruit and lifting acidity, as a subtle layer of fine tannin collects upon the senses. This concludes structured with rosy inner florals and hints of strawberry. It may not be the most vibrant or flashy vintage of Passorosso, but it is remarkably pretty. (EG)" (06/2021)
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90 points Wine Spectator: "A mix of cherry, plum, licorice and earth flavors mark this rich, slightly sinewy red. It has grip and personality, also fine overall balance and length. (BS)" (03/2021)
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92 points Vinous: "The 2019 Etna Rosso Sciare Vive lifts up with notes of crushed stone, sage and dried black cherries. It’s silky and pliant with a cool-toned display of wild berries and minty herbs, further lifted by saline-minerality, yet with slow-mounting tannins that come forward toward the close. This is persistent, leaving a coating of primary fruit concentration that lasts through the structured finale. The Sciare Vive is sourced from vines ranging from 50 to 130 years old in the Malpasso cru on the northern slope of Etna. Give this another year...
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The bouquet is lovely, balanced, properly astringent, ripe and juicy with scents of cherry stone and cherry juice. The palate entry is decadently sweet and textured with vibrant tastes of cherry compote and cherry preserves at midpalate. The finish is svelte, moderately syrupy and downright delicious. An outstanding liqueur: use it in an Aviation Cocktail." (12/2007) K&L Notes: This cocktail ingredient is a must have for every serious cocktail bar. If you don't have Luxardo in the bar, you better have a back up. The class...
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The name "Piùcinque," which means "plus five" in Italian, comes from the first recipe that was used to create this gin. Once the balance of the ten botanicals were defined, the next task was to work on their intensity. As the team was analyzing different combinations, they only found one with the perfect alchemy. This bottle was tagged by the master distiller with the wording "plus five" (as there was a greater intensity of five of the ten botanicals) and from this the name Piùcinque was naturally born. The flavors of sage, bergamot, and ginger are what ...
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70% Nebbiolo and 30% Vespolina that is the classic DOC blend.
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The Vignale company has produced the S. Maria Amaro since 1911, but the recipe goes back generations before that. It was first created by the monks of the Santa Maria monastery near Florence. In the last half of the 18th century, the monks donated the recipe to the Duke of Aosta as a show of loyalty. In 1911, Mr. Vignale purchased the recipe and began producing it for the Ligurian region. The ingredients are 100% natural with absolutely no artificial flavors or colors. Each herb, root, and plant is macerated by hand to prevent heating by mechanized proce...
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93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2017 Barolo Albe has generous aromas of fresh black cherry, dried roses, baking spice, and tar. The palate has concentration of fruit that remains fresh with tension, noted by dried cranberry, orange zest, and cocoa. Once again, this wine proves a great value that well over-delivers for an entry Barolo. (AF)" (05/2021) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is one of the most accessible and trustworthy wines you can buy from Piedmont. Keeping in line with past vintages, the G.D. Vajra 2017 Barolo Albe opens to medium...
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Like so many producers in Italy's northern most regions, the Keber family's roots are not exactly (or entirely) Italian. This part of the wine world is a crossroads of sorts, where ethnic histories and languages spoken (Slovenian, Italian, German, etc.) vary considerably often between neighboring households. The Keber family migrated to Collio 350 years ago from Austria, and they've been making wine here ever since. In fact, if you ask Edi where his family is from, he'll simply say "here." The Collio region is difficult to pin down due to the sheer numbe...
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This classic vermouth type is based on Piedmontese white wines, including some Moscato, and infused with more than thirty different botanicals, many of them grown in the Occitan Alps near the winery. The flavor of this vermouth is complex and vivid, with an excellent balance of sweetness and bitterness. Some vermouths taste strongly of a single botanical, but the interplay of components here is distinctive and delicious. All of the herbal infusions are done individually and in-house. Add it to your favorite cocktail, but not before you try it on the rock...
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96 points James Suckling: "This is so perfumed and beautiful with cherries, strawberries and dried flowers that follow through to a medium to full body with firm, fine tannins and a long, energetic finish. All about length and finesse." (06/2021) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Camphor, pressed rose and oak-driven spice aromas come to the forefront. The smooth, full-bodied palate features spiced cranberry, dried cherry, licorice and coffee bean framed in tightly wound, finegrained tannins that clench the close. (KO)" (08/2021) 92 points Decanter: "Marcen...
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Monica Larner in Wine Advocate: "A legendary figure in a land of legendary wines, Bruno Giacosa, passed away in Alba on January 22, 2018, with his daughters Marina and Bruna at his side. He was 88. Following a stroke in 2006, Giacosa had slowly retreated from the spotlight. His daughter Bruna has managed the eponymous winery and vineyard these past years. ... Bruno Giacosa will be remembered for his keen ability to recognize the best growing sites for Nebbiolo, Barbera and the other great grapes of Piedmont. He had an encyclopedic knowledge of the cru s...
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A bittersweet aperitivo made from 23 botanicals, some of them foraged near Lake Garda and the area surrounding Verona. The remainder are cultivated in Trentino. Olive and lemon tree leaves, linden and acacia flowers, wild rose berries all contribute to this beautiful goldne auburn colored elixir. Sub it out for Campari or Aperol and you'll never go back. Enjoy as a spitz or in your next Negroni.
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92 points Vinous: "The 2018 Verdicchio di Matelica Vigneto Fogliano is floral and elegant, showing yellow and green citrus, with wonderfully pure ripe melon and a hint of raw honey. It’s medium weight hosts silky textures which are perfectly matched by ripe stone fruits, with saline-minerality adding complexity and grip, while riding a core of stimulating acidity. There’s really so much to like here. Its body, richness and primary fruit speak of the calcareous clay soils these vines grow in, at an elevation between 300-350 meters and with a full southern...
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The Amara Amaro d'Arancia Rossa is easily the best amaro we have in stock, bringing new life to a category that was just beginning to get a bit saturated. Made in Sicily from blood oranges grown near the volcanic slopes of Mt. Etna, it's a citrus-dominated liqueur with only a slight bitterness that marries well with hints of baking spice. The finish is like the purest expression of citrus peel in a spirit, giving the Amara a versatility that is simply off the charts. You can sip it after dinner as a digestivo, add soda water to make a spritz, mix it into...
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