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92 points James Suckling: "Very attractive melon and nectarine aromas. The palate is ripe and generous, but with lively acidity that keeps it straight and clean. Quite a rich finish. Drink now. " (08/2018)

91 points James Suckling: "Bright and fruity with bilberries, citrus and earl grey tea. Citrusy and fine on the light-to medium-bodied palate. Firm but generous tannins. Drink now." (11/2019) K&L Notes: From the producer: "The Ricci family was born in 1150; Palazzo Ricci, one of the most beautiful Renaissance palaces of Montepulciano, was commissioned by Cardinal Giovanni Ricci in 1534 by the best architect of the moment, the Sienese Baldassarre Peruzzi and finished being constructed in 1562. The Cantina De’Ricci was part of the project for the Palace...

Tenuta La Fortuna's Fortunello bottling is 100% Sangiovese grown in Tuscany. Vintages are aged for four months in French oak barrels and typically show aromas of raspberries and cherries, with deep chocolaty tones lingering on the finish. This tastes significantly more expensive than it is!
Price: $14.99

90 points Wine Spectator: "A broad, supple version, displaying ripe plum, cherry, licorice and stony flavors. Grainy tannins shore up the finish, with an overall impression of balance and brightness. (BS)" (10/2019) Decanter: "Pleasant and complex floral aromatics. Ripe cherry fruits with an almost jammy character on the palate. (panel tasting) " (06/2019) Wine Enthusiast: "This has aromas of underbrush, charred earth, leather and a whiff of cured meat. On the linear, no-frills palate, dusty tannins accompany licorice, espresso and sour cherry. (KO)"...

94 points James Suckling: "This is very beautiful. Lime-skin, light-pear and lemon aromas and mineral undertones. Full-bodied, dense and very intense with layers of fruit and flavor. Extremely long finish. Fantastic density and richness, yet always crisp and lively. " (07/2018) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From a hot vintage, the 2017 Roero Arneis is a rich and pulpy white wine with bright fruit definition. The bouquet delivers tropical fruit, papaya and apricot. The mouthfeel is rich with thick fruit flavors. This vintage shows superior s...

Dario Ermacora was one of our first Italian direct imports. His wines have always been textbook, classic, and archetypal for Friulian whites: understated, balanced, with a long finish. His winery is in the Colli Orientali del Friuli, or the Eastern Hills of Friuli, a few scant kilometers from the Slovenian border. Most of Friuli is a flat, glaciated plain running from the Julian Alps down to the top of the Adriatic Sea, but on the eastern border the topography changes. In the Colli Orientali a series of horseshoe-shaped glacial moraines dot the landscape...
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2017 Cantina Andrian Trentino-Alto Adige Pinot Grigio
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93 points James Suckling: "This is a stunning Pinot Grigio for the difficult vintage with a ton of ripe melon, candied orange and just a hint of raisin bread. Ripe, concentrated and mouth-filling, but beautifully balanced with a very long finish that’s deep and lively." (11/2018)

2017 La Monacesca Verdicchio di Matelica
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The Matelica region of the Marche is one of the most unique growing zones in all of Italy; it is a north-south valley in the middle of the Apennine mountain range that once was a salt lake. The orientation of the valley closes it off from the warm coastal waters (the opposite of the west coast of the US) and gives it a more continental climate of cold winters, hot summers but cool nights, the perfect balance to make vibrant wines.
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2017 Torti Pinot Noir Pavia
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90 points James Suckling: "This is very aromatic with rose-soap and strawberry aromas that follow through to a medium to full body, firm and silky tannins and a delicious finish. " (08/2018) K&L Notes: We've been keeping an eye on the Torti family since we met them years ago in Italy and have been fans ever since. Their Pinot Noir is a rare gem and a champion for the varietal in Northern Italy. Crafted in a style that would make many in Oregon and Sonoma jealous at this kind of pricing, it has quickly become a staff and customer favorite at K&L, especi...

90% Sangiovese and 10% Colorino From the winery: "Young and fresh wine a strong character linked to the Montalcino territory: it originates from the union of two local varieties, Sangiovese (90%) and Colorino (10%), which blend together giving at first the structure and then the intense color. After ageing in stainless steel vats, it shows a ruby red color, hints of red fruit on the nose and fresh and balanced flavor. A pleasant wine to drink every day because of its freshness and aroma. Even though it is so drinkable and very approachable on the palate...
Price: $9.99

2017 Daniele Conterno Barbera d'Alba
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The Conternos have owned the land in the heart of the Langhe in the hamlet of Bussia di Monforte d’Alba since the mid 1800s. Now in the family winery's 4th generation, Franco’s two sons, Daniele and Andrea, run the company following in the footsteps of their grandfather. They and their team bring fresh insight and innovation to the winery and vineyards and continue the family business with passion and dedication. They farm 18 hectares of land which is approximately 44 acres and their most recent development is the movement to organic farming which began ...
Price: $29.99

90 points Decanter: "Despite overall high altitudes at Volpaia, some of the lower lying vineyards were damaged by the late April frost. Along with the drought conditions, this resulted in a reduction of 30-35% of the estate's average production. Up front raspberry notes are joined by a touch of mint which adds intrigue. This gains some definition as it sits in the glass and palate is juicy with a supple texture and balanced ripeness. (MM)" (02/2019) Jancis Robinson: "Mid ruby. Concentrated marasca cherry nose with minerally hints. Plenty of concentrate...
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Monica Larner writes: "This estate has vines located at 480 meters above sea level and tends to produce fresh, streamlined expressions of Sangiovese."
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93 points Decanter: "Exceptionally fresh with lightly seasoned oak and punchy orchard fruits aromas. A ripe palate with decent acidity, green fruits and herbs to finish." (05/2019) 91 points James Suckling: "A subtle and delicate pinot grigio with white flowers, citrus and sliced green apples. Medium body, bright acidity and a fresh finish. Drink now." (11/2018) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Valle Isarco subzone to the far North of Alto Adige is written Eisacktaler in German, and that's how the appellation is identified on the front label of th...


From one of Aosta's largest yet most quality-conscious cooperatives, this delightful red blend is one of our favorite everyday drinkers. Composed of approximately 75% Petit Rouge and the remainder a combination of Vien de Nus, Cornallin, and Premetta, this wine is sourced from high-altitude vineyards between 600 and 800 meters elevation. These native varieties grow remarkably well here, ripening fully yet retaining a bright, balanced acidity that makes this wine an ideal pairing for a wide range of cuisine. The ruby red fruits and savory almond notes are...
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Among our favorite new Italian finds, this hails from the region of Valpolicella. Since it’s a white wine, it doesn’t get called Valpolicella. The 2017 Buglioni “Il Disperato” is a lovely Garganega-based white which is crisp, light and chock-full of fresh, tropical fruits. You may be wondering why the folks at Buglioni decided to call it “The Desperate One.” Well, the story is simple: After making the wine, they couldn’t hit on a good name for it. They began calling it “desperate for a name,” and the nickname stuck. It’s such a perfect match for summer, ...
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2017 Fratelli Alessandria "Prinsiot" Langhe Nebbiolo
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From the importer: "A selection of younger Nebbiolo vines from three separate vineyards in Verduno. Aged 10 months in neutral Slavonian and French oak casks. The family includes a generous amount of declassified Barolo fruit in this elegant wine; the spice and silky tannins are captivating. A wine that punches way above its weight."
Price: $24.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Mature berry, sunbaked earth, underbrush and eucalyptus aromas lift out of the glass along with whiffs of clove. On the full-bodied palate, taut, polished tannins support fleshy black cherry, ripe cranberry and a hint of dried herbs. (KO)" (07/2019) Allen Meadows - Burghound: "id ruby. Very mineral and brooding with an undertow of ripe fruit. Plenty of concentrated, ripe cherry and strawberry fruit and muscular yet finely built tannins. Long, firm finish that is elegant at the same time. Could do with a little more age. (WS)...

From the importer: The quality of Dolcetto from the village of Dogliani has been skyrocketing in the last few years, and Anna Maria's work is a good example of this. Her oldest vines were planted by her grandfather in the thirties, and the vineyards are steep and perfectly exposed. More recently she has become a convert to the doctrine of low yields, and she has joined the elite of Dogliani. First, understand that producers in Dogliani take Dolcetto as seriously as producers in Barolo take Nebbiolo. Dolcetto is planted in all the best sites and vinified ...
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Giovanni La Fauci's winery is located in Randazzo on Mount Etna and uses only the finest quality local varieties. The vines are cultivated naturally and sustainably without any use of chemicals. The grape must is only fermented with native yeasts and the wine is then aged in botti from 220 to 500 liters for a minimum of two years. No stainless steel is ever used. The botti are stored in a natural underground cavern that maintains a temperature between 46 to 52°F all year.
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Ian D'Agata writes: "Silvano Follador is in my opinion the single best producer of Prosecco today, though his recent decision to stop making Cartizze so as to focus on just one wine that would best express the denominazione’s potential and terroir is one that pains me immensely. That said, Follador is a true master of the Glera grape variety and the 20,000 bottles of wine he makes a year (he owns 3.5 hectares - 8.6 acres), made in a relatively drier style than most of his colleagues, are much sought after by wine lovers and collectors." Residual Sugar 0....
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2017 Mocali Rosso di Montalcino
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Mocali 2017 Rosso di Montalcino shows aromas of ripe cherry, black fruit and rhubarb. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and ages in botte grande for ten months. It delivers fullness and some bitterness with metallic notes on the close. Raw fruit flavors are followed by nutty flavors. (ML)" (02/2019)
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A 70% Montepulciano and 30% Cesanese blend from volcanic soil south of Rome, at over 1,300 feet. This is fermented and aged only in stainless steel. The high tone cherry-like aromatics are incredible and come from the Cesanese. The richness, power and structure come from the Montepulciano, one of Italy’s most underrated grapes. We love the Tufaliccio’s spicy, crunchy character. It’s so vibrant and full of flavor, we think you’ll love it. This should be served at cellar temperature.
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90 points James Suckling: "Plenty of ripe, primary fruit, including glazed cherries, dried redcurrants and lifted tangerine peel. Medium-bodied, soft and fruity. " (04/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Cannonau di Sardegna I Fiori is a stripped-down and simple wine for near-term consumption. This is an easy red wine with a pretty and forthcoming delivery of dried berry fruits, cherry and cassis. The warm vintage adds to the softness and the easy generosity of the bouquet. The result is an unoaked red wine to pair with a bruschetta or pizza...

92-93 points James Suckling: "A firm and silky red with just a hint of jam. Full body, polished tannins and a long, long finish. Tight now. " (09/2018) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Subtle aromas of cedar, cassis, tobacco and a whiff of camphor slowly take shape in the glass. A blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot, the tightly knit, elegant palate delivers dried black cherry, red currant, blood orange and licorice while fine-grained tannins provide tight support. It closes on a coffee-bean note. (KO)" (05/2019) 92 points Wine Spectator: "A yo...

2017 Castello di Ama Chianti Classico (Pre-Arrival) (Pre-Arrival)
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92 points James Suckling: "Lots of primary sour cherries, blueberries and spices here. Medium-bodied with cranberry flavors and intense acidity throughout. Little edgy on the finish, but the warmth and generosity to the juicy tannins hold this together." (07/2019) 92 points Vinous: "The 2017 Chianti Classico Ama is fabulous. Racy and voluptuous to the core the Ama captures all the richness of the vintage while retaining a great deal of aromatic freshness and energy. Succulent red cherry, plum, rose petal, mint and sweet spice build in an open-knit, inv...

Wine Spectator: "A bright and brambly, easy-drinking red, with light tannins and a fruit-forward mix of crushed raspberry and mulberry, wild herb, citrus and spice flavors. (AN, Web Only-2018)" K&L Notes: If you are not familiar with Aglianico, this would be a great place to start! Totally organic and made in the middle of Cilento National Park, this is a sensational red from southern Campania. The all-stainless steel fermentation and aging reveals the purity of the fruit and the site, and the wine is loaded with juicy black fruit. Layered with spicy no...
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Just north of Naples, right on the coast of Campania, there is a very small grape-growing area called the Campi Flegrei. The soil is so sandy here that the vines can be planted directly in it, without being grafted to other rootstock. Perhaps it is this very unusual fact that makes these wines so distinctive, along with the great care given to the vines and the wine by Luigi di Meo and his family. Since European viticulture was wiped out by the phylloxera insect in the last half of the nineteenth century, there is great nostalgia for the Golden Age of w...
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93 points Wine & Spirits: "Nino Caravaglio’s winery is on Salina, the central island of the volcanic Aeolian archipelago, just off Sicily’s northwestern coast. He inherited about five acres in 1989 and has built his estate’s vineyard holdings to almost 50 acres spread across several of the Aeolian islands, much of it planted to Malvasia delle Lipari, all of the vines organically farmed. Three of Caravaglio’s Malvasia wines are recommended here, including Occhio di Terra (“eye of the earth”), a selection of the ripest grapes grown in Salina’s sandy, rock-...


From the importer: "Luèt meaning small wolf in the Piemontese dialect is made of Arneis, the historical grape from the Roero district. It is typically pleasing on the palate with slightly low acidity. Color: straw yellow with greenish hues Bouquet: floral scents with aromatic notes Taste: soft with a persistent finish Luet is made in a rich, creamy style that brings out the grape's richness and texture. This is one of the bigger, fatter versions of Arneis."
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Bruno Nada learned the ways of the vine almost before he could talk, as his father Fiorenzo farmed the family's modest plots of vines for restaurant bulk wine and sales to other producers. It was the young Bruno who set this property on the path to recognition in its own right. Beginning as a teenager when he go out before dawn to green harvest bunches from the vines and hide them from his family, young Bruno knew the potential of his family's vineyards to produce world-class wines, if only they were farmed with this in mind. Since taking over the estate...
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90 points Decanter: "A benchmark Etna white made from 100% Carricante grown on the slopes of the iconic volcano. This is mineral and bright with fleshy green apple and greengage masked slightly by delicate woodsmoke. Fermentation and maturation in stainless steel help retain an attractive freshness and zippy acidity. (CW)" (03/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Etna Bianco is a delicately perfumed and veiled expression of Carricante with soft mineral notes, white flower and easy peach or nectarine aromas. However, the true protagonist here ...

97 points Decanter: "An astonishing breakthrough this year for this wine, one of a small and dwindling number of 'heroic' whites produced against dissuasive physical odds on the island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples. It's made from the indigenous Biancolella grape variety which few of our judges had ever tasted before - but its golden colour, almost spritzy style, haunting aromas of wild flowers and fragrant scented hay, and its mouthfilling, complex flavour which seem to hint at celery and fennel as well as quince and medlar captivated everyone who tas...

The northern Piemonte region is a hotbed of under-the-radar, stunning Nebbiolo wines. This charmingly forward red is a blend of 80% Nebbiolo and the rest Vespolina and Uva Rara hailing from the Costa della Sesia sub-zone. Wines were first produced on this property in the 17th century. The gravelly, marine based soils make for a lovely, elegant version of Nebbiolo made for early to mid-term drinking.
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Established in 1989 by Gaetano Ciccerella, d'Antiche Terra is now a global representative of the ancient history of winemaking in Campania. Working with indigenous varietals, they aim to capture the very essence of one of Italy's most historic yet underappreciated wine regions. This Fiano d'Avellino is a classic rendition of the varietal with bright, refreshing acidity underlying tropical and tree fruits with just a hint of smoke and almond skin to lend it a savory edge.
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Monica Larner writes: "Alessio Logi of Il Colombaio di Santa Chiara purchased ten additional hectares of vineyard this past year with six hectares dedicated to Vernaccia di San Gimignano and the rest to Chianti Colli Senesi red wines. The estate farms fruit from various single vineyards in the Monte Cornocchio area including L'Albereta with limestone soils mixed with small stones and fossils. It is located between 230 and 270 meters above sea level. The Campo della Pieve vineyard (350 to 380 meters in altitude) enjoys southwest exposures with thicker soi...
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92 points James Suckling: "Shows some really good, spicy complexity with fresh herbs, wet earth, red berries, oranges and lemons. Very sexy and refined with good concentration and so much tangy acidity and citrus character throughout. " (06/2019)


90 points Vinous: "The 2017 Chianti Classico is a gorgeous, racy wine that melds together the natural richness of the year with the classic sense of mid-weight structure that is such a signature of this Radda estate. The 2017 is a bit richer and riper in feel than Monteraponi fans are used to, but it is impossible not to love the wine for its sheer deliciousness and approachability. Soft, silky tannins and lifted floral notes punctuate the finish. Best of all, the 2017 is a fabulous wine for the money. (AG)" (08/2019) K&L Notes: Monica Larner provides ...

2017 Schiavenza Nebbiolo delle Langhe
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This 100% Nebbiolo bottling from Schiavenza is sourced from plots in the village of Serralunga d'Alba. This is declassified Barolo that was vinified to drink at a young age. The wine spent one year in steel tanks before bottling, upon which time it was bottle aged for another year before release.
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100% Greco "Moro" an indigenous variety from just south of Rome made in stainless steel tanks
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine's floral and fruity honeysuckle, citrus and green apple aromas practically jump out of the glass. The juicy, medium-bodied palate doles out ripe Granny Smith apple, Bartlett pear and tangerine flavors, alongside a hint of crushed stone. Tangy acidity lifts the rich flavors. (KO)" (07/2018)

Importer's notes: "What a delicious red wine. '...soft tannins and berryish flavors are kicked up with a spicy note of cinnamon and dried cherry...distinctive savor and bright acidity' as David Lynch says of Piedirosso in his excellent Vino Italiano. This is a very versatile food wine: serve it with salmon, pork, substantial pasta dishes, and other great everyday dishes. Just north of Naples, right on the coast of Campania, there is a very small grape-growing area called the Campi Flegrei. The soil is so sandy here that the vines can be planted directly ...
Price: $18.99

From the Winery: "Ruby red in color, with purplish-blue highlights; the nose exhibits fragrant fruit with prominent notes of cherries, echoed by fresher hints of pepper and aromatic herbs, typical of Corvina and Corvinone, the historic varietals of this appellation. Whilst young it is impressively lively and playful on the palate whereas some two years on it expresses greater delicacy and finesse."
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92 points Vinous: "Bright straw green. Fresh and clean white flowers, green apple and minerals on the fresh nose. Then also fresh and vibrant in the mouth, with focused flavors of pomaceous orchard fruit. This lovely wine finishes with an enticing glyceral richness and a touch of ripeness that are more obvious than usual in this wine thanks to the hot growing season. The Schulthauser has always been one of Italy’s best Pinot Biancos, and it’s all the more impressive as it is not made in small numbers. (ID)" (12/2018)

91 points James Suckling: "A pretty Rosso di Montalcino that shows red berries, red cherries and spices. The palate offers some generous red fruit, but remains dialed-in and elegant throughout, thanks to refreshing acidity. Drink now." (06/2019) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "The nose is initially shy but eventually reveals mature dark-skinned berry, leather and a whiff of sunbaked soil. Structured and enveloping, the smooth, full-bodied palate doles out fleshy Marasca cherry, juicy raspberry and star anise framed in chewy tannins. Drink through 2021. (KO...

A Sauvignon Blanc and Timorasso blend, this wine is fermented in stainless steel. A classic expression of Monferrato.
Price: $19.99