Torti Croatina Oltrepò Pavese (Previously $20)

SKU #1610890

We've been keeping an eye on the Torti family since we met them years ago in Italy and have been fans ever since. Croatina (also known as Bonardo) has been cultivated in the Lombardy region since the 13th century. It's fruity, deeply red and mildly tannic.


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By: Alexandre Tweedie | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/6/2023 | Send Email
Who says Italian wine has to be complicated? Not this bottle of Torti's Croatina - a generously accessible nose of warm pie spices leads to brightly ripe red fruits on the palate, all rooted in gentle notes of milk chocolate smoothness. Intended to be drank young and bountifully, Torti takes all of the guess work and digging out of the normal "Italian-aging" equation, leaving you with a fresh and fun bottle of red wine for any occasion!

By: Alex Schroeder | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/6/2023 | Send Email
This wine is heaven for Italian wine nerds like myself. Croatina is an indigenous grape to Lombardia and is alternatively known as the "still" version of Bonarda Frizzante. It has an incredibly fruity and expressive nose with overripe strawberry, blackberry and raspberry aromas, a slight Italian herb profile underneath the fruit, and such an easy-drinking smooth profile it would go great with any mid-week Italian pasta dishes. It is not meant (or priced) to be aged-- this is young, fresh and fruity.

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