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1989 Villa Zarri 30 Year Old Single Barrel Cask Strength Italian Brandy (750ml)
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Nestled into the hills of Emilia Romagna is the Villa Zarri distillery, a small production run by Guido Zarri with a stunning portfolio of traditional Italian recipes and impeccable aged brandies. The Cognac-style brandies are distilled on an alembic pot still from Trebbiano Toscano (the Italian name for Ugni Blanc, same as Cognac) and aged in new French Limousin oak. They are unadulterated, have no added caramel or sugar, and are like fuller, richer, more interesting versions of their French cousins. This is the second cask strength single barrel we've ...
Price: $149.99


Lambrusco is one of the most popular wines in Italy this time of year, but it’s a much-misunderstood category in the States. This is mostly due to the ocean of cheap, sweet versions that were popular here in the 1970s and 1980s, plus a perplexing diversity of grape varieties, styles, and colors. Lambrusco has half a dozen different appellations, half a dozen different grape varieties, and ranges from the extremely high yields in the flatlands to lesser yields in the rolling hills of Castelvetro. It takes a bit of work to figure it out, but wow—once you t...
Price: $17.99

2020 Paltrinieri Radice Lambrusco di Sorbara
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Coming soon" 90 points Vinous: "The 2020 Lambrusco di Sorbara Radice presents a savory display of dusty rose, ginger and sour melon. It’s silky-smooth and textural, as a tug-of-war between sweet and sour plays out upon the senses. Minerals, tart apples, wild herbs and spices resonate throughout, as this finishes long yet with cheek-puckering freshness. The decidedly dry Radice is made from the Sorbara grape, which is re-fermented to dryness in bottle, creating a frizzante style. (EG)" (06/2021)
Price: $16.99

Lambrusco is one of the most popular wines in Italy this time of year, but it’s a much-misunderstood category in the States. This is mostly due to the ocean of cheap, sweet versions that were popular here in the 1970s and 1980s, plus a perplexing diversity of grape varieties, styles, and colors. Lambrusco has half a dozen different appellations, half a dozen different grape varieties, and ranges from the extremely high yields in the flatlands to lesser yields in the rolling hills of Castelvetro. It takes a bit of work to figure it out, but wow—once you t...
Price: $16.99

Wine Spectator: "Easy-drinking and tangy, this frothy sparkler features crushed raspberry, white cherry, sliced almond and citrus peel notes. (AN, Web Only-2015)" K&L Notes: Exuberant is the word to describe this wonderful wine. A generation ago, legions of mass-produced, sweetened-for-the-U.S.-market Lambrusco flowed all over America, ruining the reputation of the DOC until now. Today Lambrusco is enjoying an incredible rebirth amongst lovers of clean, fresh, dry, fruit character with a hint of bubbles. A perfect aperitif, you won't be able to keep tha...
Price: $16.99

Lambrusco is one of the most popular wines in Italy this time of year, but it’s a much-misunderstood category in the States. This is mostly due to the ocean of cheap, sweet versions that were popular here in the 1970s and 1980s, plus a perplexing diversity of grape varieties, styles, and colors. Lambrusco has half a dozen different appellations, half a dozen different grape varieties, and ranges from the extremely high yields in the flatlands to lesser yields in the rolling hills of Castelvetro. It takes a bit of work to figure it out, but wow—once you t...
Price: $16.99




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