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  • The Toscana Rosso from Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona is a blend of Sangiovese, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Sangiovese comes from the youngest plots of vines that are used to produce their Rosso and Brunello Di Montalcini.
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    Pecorino is a delicious, historic variety found in the Marche. It has a nose of peach and hazlenutwith a broad, ripe palate of peach and nuts with balanced acidity.
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    Vibrant aromas of ripe black fruit, backed by toasty notes and hints of dark chocolate and spicy oak. The palate is rich and generous with abundant bramble and black cherry fruit, and structured tannins are balanced by fresh acidity to give an elegant finish.
  • Crisp, clean, and with wonderful texture, this is top-drawer Soave from one of the region's best producers.
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    Dry, delicate floral aromas with tropical fruits in the background, on the palate exoress fruit flavors and a long finish.
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    Lucchine is Tedeschi's single vineyard in the heart of the Valpolicella Classico zone that the grapes are harvested from for this wine. A blend of 25% Corvina, 25% Corvinone, 30% Rondinella, 10% Molinara, 10% Rossignola, Negrara, Dindarella from 25 year old vines.
  • Zibibbo is the local name for the Muscat of Alexandria grape produced in Sicily. Aged in stainless steel to produce a fresh, pure style of wine full of pure varietel fruit.
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    Known predominantly as a producer of excellent Marsala, Cantine Pellegrino has further explored indigenous grape varieties with their range of "family estate" wines. This is a tremendous white made from Catarratto, with lush aromatics and delicate texture.
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    From the deep south, a rich and spicy Primitive from the village of San Marzano. Full, baked fruit and vanilla oak abound. Delicious.
  • Tenuta Fertuna is located in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, an outstanding viticultural area quickly becoming known for its top-quality wines. This is Fertuna's latest white wine made from 100% Vermentino, simultaneously rich and textural but with elegance and freshness.