Italian Wines

our personally curated selection

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Red

1465-MCDLXV
IGT Toscana Pinot Nero
2009 Podere Fortuna (Tuscany)
Alcohol: 13.5% 

Acamante DOC ★
Perricone
2012 Cooperativa Valdibella (Sicily) Alcohol: 13% 

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG
2010 Corte Lenguin (Veneto)
Alcohol: 16% 

Ater DOC
Primitivo di Manduria
Cantine Ionis (Apulia)
Alcohol: 14.5% 

Briccotondo DOC
anghe Dolcetto
Fontanafredda (Piedmont)
Alcohol: 13% 

Campofiorito DOCG
Brunello di Montalcino
2009 (Tuscany)
Alcohol: 15% 

Chorum DOC
Montecucco Sangiovese
2008 Cantina Pieve Vecchia (Tuscany)
Alcohol: 14%

Collepetrito
IGT Primitivo
Cantine Colle Petrito (Apulia)
Alcohol: 13% 

 

Conte Calevi
IGT Aglianico Beneventano
2013 De Gregorio (Sicily)
Alcohol: 13% 

Corte Lenguin DOC
Valpolicella Classico Superiore Rifermentato
2001 Corte Lenguin (Veneto) 
Alcohol 13% 

D'Onore DOC
Cannonau di Sardegna
Tenute Smeralda (Sardinia)
Alcohol: 14% 

Il Baloss DOC
Cabernet Sauvignon Colli Piacentini
2012 Villa Tavernago (Emilia Romagna) Alcohol: 13%

Il Conventino
Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva
2010 Il Conventino (Tuscany)
Alcohol: 14% 

L'artista
Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
Alcohol: 12% 

Lava
IGT Beneventano Aglianico
Terre del Vulcano (Campania) 

Le Masse di Greve
Chianti Classico
2011 Lanciola (Tuscany)
Alcohol: 15% 

Luì DOC
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
2011 Tenuta Terraviva (Abruzzo) Alcohol: 14.5% 

Matteo Scolari
Pinot Nero

Montecariano DOC
Valpolicella Classico
2013 Montecariano (Veneto)
Alcohol: 13% 

Nero D'Avola
IGT Terre Siciliane
2013 De Gregorio (Sicily)
Alcohol: 13.5% 

 Pieve dei Monaci
IGT Maremma Toscana
2013 Cantina Pieve Vecchia (Tuscany) -Alcohol: 12% 

 Ser Mariotto DOCG
Chianti Riserva
2012 Tenuta di Fraternita (Tuscany)
Alcohol: 13.5% 

Terre dei Roveri DOCG
Barolo
2010 (Piedmont) Alcohol: 14% 

 


White

Capo Bianco DOC
Pinot Grigio Colli Piacentini
2013 Villa Tavernago (Emilia Romagna) Alcohol 13% 

Casa Giulia DOC
Sauvignon Blanc Colli Piacentini
2013 Villa Tavernago (Emilia Romagna) Alcohol 12.5%

Casale del Vento
IGP Falanghina Beneventano
2013 Consoli Vinicola (Lazio)
Alcohol: 12% 

Gran Sasso
IGT Chardonnay Terre di Chieti (Abruzzo)
 

Isolano DOC
Catarratto Extra Lucido
2012 Cooperativa Valdibella (Sicily) Alcohol: 12.5 

 

La Pernice
Sauvignon di Sicilia

 

Paiè DOCG
Moscato d’Asti
2013 Cant. Alice Bel Colle (Piedmont) Alcohol: 5.5 


Rose

 

Chiaretto
Garda Classico
2008 Provenza (Lombardy)
Alcohol: 12% 

 

Sparkling

Mille DOC
Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry
Balan (Veneto)
Alcohol: 12% 

Sebastian
Spumante Brut Metodo Charmat
Cà Maiol (Desenzano sul Garda)
Alcohol: 12.5% 

Mumm Cordon Rouge
Champagne (FRANCE)
Alcohol: 12% 


Californian Wines

White

Chardonnay
2013 Hess Collection Napa Valley (California) 

Red

Sorpresa
2009 Del Bondio Oakville Napa Valley (California)  


Italian Wine Official Certificates

DOCG

It is the highest classification for Italian wines.
It denotes controlled (controllata) production methods and guaranteed (garantita) wine quality.
There are strict rules governing the production of DOCG wines, most obviously the permitted grape varieties, yield limits, grape ripeness, winemaking procedures and barrel/bottle maturation. Every DOCG wine is subject to official tasting procedures.
To prevent counterfeiting, the bottles have a numbered government seal across the neck. 

DOC

Official Italian Appellation Certificate, DOC wines must be produced according to strict guidelines, ensuring that the wine is made from permitted grape varieties and meets the legal requirements to be designated as a wine from the region it represents. 

IGT

Indicazione geografica
tipica recognizes the high quality of a class of wines that do not meet the requirements of the stricter DOCG or DOC designations.