Italian Wine - $10 - $15 - $20 - $30 - Medium - 13% - 13.99% - White-Dry
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Farinelli Pinot Grigio 2019
We discovered this refreshing Pinot Grigio in Italy’s tiny (and hilly) seaside region of Pescara. It was made with grapes from a small, prime-sited vineyard and packs a complex punch of juicy-ripe lemon and pear flavor. The perfect aperitif.
Villa Broglia Gavi di Gavi 2018
Villa Broglia make “some of the finest wines in the Gavi appellation” (critic Antonio Galloni). Now, you can enjoy their fresh 2018 release, which is “an intense and richly textured white” that Decanter judges rated 90 points.
Ricella Alta Gavi 2018
For many, Gavi is Italy’s finest white, and this stunning example hails from the talented Claudio Manera. Crafted with handpicked Cortese grown in a historic estate’s vineyards, it brims with vibrant pear, green apple, and white blossom character.