Best-Selling Gavi di Gavi
Villa Broglia Gavi di Gavi 2016
Piedmont’s No. 1 white, from Best Italian Enologist Donato Lanati. “This is a step above its peers: fresh aromas of white blossom and apple,” said Decanter, of the previous vintage. Expect the same fine character from this just-landed 2016.
Rare Vintage Prosecco
Fili Millesimato Prosecco 2015
The Sacchetto family “has a long history of making excellent Prosecco,” says The Independent Wine Review. Their non-vintage fizz was a No.l festive bubbly in London’s Sunday Express. This is their special, vintage fizz, with kudos from two top shows.
Gold-Medal Northern Italian Chardonnay
A Ito Sentiero dei Pini Chardonnay 2014
Giuseppe Secchi’s special vines are perched up in the foothills of the Dolomites (way up – 2,300 ft. to be exact). One sip of his gold-medal, partially barrel-aged Chardonnay takes you there, with waves of smooth vanilla and ripe yellow apple.
Racy Trebbiano Exclusive
Villa Famia di Farnese Trebbiano d’Abruzzo 2016
This citrus-filled Trebbiano from the acclaimed Farnese winery in Abruzzo has had a loyal following for 20 years. It makes a fine aperitif and is delicious shellfish, grilled fish, roast chicken, creamy pasta dishes and more.
Barolo Country’s Rare White
Pietro Disarti Roero Arneis 2016
A rare white from the man behind one of our most popular Piedmont reds. Paolo Sartirano’s exciting ‘white Barolo’ offers great structure,plus notes of chamomile and citrus. A must-taste Pinot Grigio alternative, hand-picked exclusively for you.
NEW Orvieto Classico
Orvini Orvieto Abboccato Classico 2015
Once sipped by popes, princes and the ancient Etruscans, Orvieto whites are still a treasured local favorite. ‘Classico’ indicates a step up in quality, and the popular, medium-dry Abboccato style means layers of luscious flavor.
Gold-Medal Super Tuscan
Saracosa Rosso di Toscana 2015
The aarbanera family’s flagship is “one of the all-time great Super Tuscan reds.” This far more affordable Favorite’s made with the same Sangiovese-based blend, and has its own history of acclaim. Enjoy the new, gold medal 2015.
Single-Vineyard Italian Pinot Grigio (in Pink)
Sentiero dei Pini Pinot Grigio Rosato 2016
Northern Italian star Giuseppe Secchi’s Pinot Grigio rosato is named for a pine tree-lined vineyard renowned for yielding premium grapes. As fresh as an alpine stream, it’s perfect with salads, seafood and more.
Gold-Medal Italian Pinot Grigio
Contessa Giovanna Manci Pinot Grigio 2015
Enjoy a blast of refreshment from this mountain-grown champion and Italy’s best vintage in years. Called “a harmonious, beautifully made wine” by leading wine guide Gilbert & Gaillard, who gave a gold medal. Wait till you taste for yourself