Tuscany and Central - Dry White
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Podere Altero Bianco 2016
Sofia Barbanera was so inspired by her great-grandfather – the dynamic Altero, founder of the family winery – that she made this zippy wine in his honor. A racy, complex blend of four grapes with loads of juicy fruit flavor. Very limited supply.
Villa Farnia Trebbiano d'Abruzzo 2018
This award-winning, citrusy 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, and more.
Villa Farnia Pecorino 2018
Crafted at three-time Winery of the Year Farnese, this fine Pecorino offers up crisp, appealing, orchard-fruit flavors and has a legacy of acclaim, including international trophy wins and a “top pick” nod from Wine Spectator.
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.
Lornano Vinsanto del Chianti Classico 2011
The best dessert wines are like pure nectar, and this classic Italian Vin Santo is no exception. Made from painstakingly air-dried grapes and matured for six years in fine French oak, it overflows with enticing flavors of dried fruits and honey.
La Roccaccia Verdicchio di Matelica 2018
Fans of Pinot Grigio will love refreshing Verdicchio, a classic Italian white brimming with bright citrus, apricot, and a touch of almond. Your taste comes from Matelica, and the experts at Cantine Belisario, winner of six Decanter trophies.