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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

2019 Sesta di Sopra Sangiovese Toscana
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Ettore Spina and his wife, Enrica Bandirola, owners of Sesta di Sopra, planted a new vineyard to Sangiovese in 2005. It has the same Galestro soils as the others, perfect for taming Sangiovese's natural vigor. Unfortunately, in Montalcino all of the Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino vineyards are all registered and controlled, and they aren't allowing any more to be added right now, so the wine that comes from this new vineyard has to be designated an IGT (Indicates Geographic Tipicity). (Greg St. Clair, K&L Italian Wine buyer)
Price: $16.99

2019 Tenuta Roveglia "Limne" Lugana
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Fragrant aromas of peach blossom, field flower and ripe white-stone fruit are front and center on the nose. The creamy, savory palate doles out ripe peach, yellow pear and lemon drop alongside bright acidity that gives it a tangy, mouthwatering close. *Editors’ Choice* (KO)" (08/2020)
Price: $14.99

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

James Suckling: "A straightforward, fruity red with berry, cherry and chocolate character. Medium body, round tannins and a medium finish. " (07/2020) K&L Notes: Owned by the Tagliabue family since 1979, the wine growing on the estate dates back to the 17th century. Known for their Brunello di Montalcino and Chianti, the name "Salvi" refers to the supposed health-giving effects of this terroir. Villa Poggio Salvi's modern winery is partly subterranean and set within the contours of the hillsides.
Price: $12.99



This full bodied white made from 100% Cortese is fresh and fruity with scents of white flowers and a pleasantly though quite dry palate. Rich and balanced, this elegant white is soft and round, but somehow structured; it is well-matched to fish and fowl dishes. The 25 hectare Carmelitani estate was planted in the fourteenth century by the Carmelite monks. The grapes undergo a cool fermentation to preserve their naturally fruity aromas and acidity. Gavi di Gavi is one of the more famous Italian white wines, and even lesser bottlings typically command a hi...
Price: $11.99



This has been the #1 selling Italian wine for more than two decades at K&L! You can't get that kind of continued success without a supremely fantastic quality-to-price ratio. The southern Tuscan coast is a wonderful location for winemaking, with stable temperatures and a solid history of quality, yet no fame and fortune. Incredibly priced bargains come out of the region, and the proof is in the bottle. This wine is wonderful, soft, forward and easy-to-drink Sangiovese with an enticing mixture of cherry, plum and earth. Eminently drinkable.
Price: $9.99



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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94 points James Suckling: " A medium-bodied red with aromas of stewed and dried strawberries, grapefruit zest, dried herbs, five spice and ash. More juicy red berries, citrus peel and herbal notes on the palate, framed by medium, silky tannins. Better from 2022, but already a joy to taste. " (12/2020)
Price: $24.99




This is an all stainless steel vinified Nebbiolo from estate vineyards. The Grasso family are growers-turned-producer based in Monforte d'Alba.
Price: $24.99

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



Monica Larner writes: "This winery was founded in the 1960s by a dentist named Piero Mancini who had a deep passion for wine. The estate grew over the next two decades to its current 70-hectare size. It has vineyards that look towards the Olbia Gulf in the Gallura district in northern Sardinia. Today, the winery is run by Piero's wife Marisa and their children Laura, Antonio and Alessandro."
Price: $14.99


91 points Vinous: "The 2019 Rocca di Montegrossi Rosato is gorgeous, both spicy and floral, with zesty bright cherry and a hint of grapefruit. On the palate, silky, soothing textures usher in ripe red fruits offset by vibrant acids, as hints of sweet spice and salty minerals buzz on the senses. The finish is medium in length and remarkably fresh. (EG)" (05/2020) 91 points Wine & Spirits: "This irresistible rosé of sangiovese offers bright cherry and blood- orange flavors infused with lively acidity. Balanced and brisk, it’s enjoyable on its own or with...
Price: $14.99





Cantine Gran Furor Divina Costiera di Marisa Cuomo is located in Furore on the famed Amalfi Coast. These coastal vineyards are perfectly arranged on the stone-walled terraces along the cliffs at altitudes between 980 to 1300 feet above sea level. The grapes benefit from sunny southern exposure and a unique micro-climate that occurs from a combination of ocean currents, mountains and high-pressure systems. The volcanic and alluvial soils of the vineyards produce relatively low yields, and the grapes are indeed flavorful.
Price: $26.99




91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Alto Adige Pinot Grigio Tradition is another fantastic value wine that matches the simple versatility of the grape with the cool and crisp personality of the Italian Dolomites. The wine pours from the bottle with pretty luminosity, and the bouquet presents classic aromas of pear, melon, apple and almond. There's a fun touch of saffron, dried mint and crushed oyster shell that adds an extra layer of dimension and depth. (ML)" (09/2020)
Price: $17.99






Bricco or bric, in the Piedmontese dialect, stands for the highest point of a hill: a fitting name for Mauro Gaudio's splendidly positioned winery and grounds, 300 meters above sea level and offering a glorious view of rolling, vine-veined Monferrato. The Gaudios belong to Monferrato, as deeply rooted as the oldest rootstock on their estate. This was founded over three hundred years ago, and from the very beginning, wine was made and a tradition of quality passed on. It was not until Mauro's father Amilcare, however, that the wine of Bricco Mondalino was...
Price: $19.99

Monica Larner reports: "Paolo Caciorgna is originally from the Marche region in Central Italy and he enjoyed a long winemaking career in Tuscany. He came to Etna in the early 2000's and bought his first half hectare of vineyard in the Contrada Santo Spirito in 2007. His holdings soon grew to two hectares of land."
Price: $32.99




This is an Orange wine, 30 days of skin contact in stainless steel but 100% Arneis, remarkably fresh, balanced and excellent wine. Greg St. Clair K&L
Price: $39.99


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