The 2015 vintage won Italian White wine of the year fro the Somelliers' Association. Variety: 100% Grechetto First vintage produced: 1989 Aging: 3 months in steel and minimum 3 months aging in the bottle Aroma: intense perfumes of exotic fruit and yellow peach, floral notes of freesia and hawthorn, pleasing chalkiness on the finish Taste: full, fresh, with a long persistance Serving suggestions: great aperitif wine or consumed with seafood, veal or poultry dishes. Aging potential: 3-5 years. This underpriced stunner is well known to Italians as a wonderfully refreshing white wine to be had chilled during summer. It is all about minerality...
We have been looking for a good example of this style for a long time and we think we have it nailed with this one. Too often you will find sparkling moscato expressed as overly sweet, cloying and boring. This beauty however has a great acid backbone that lifts the fruit, tames the sweetness in the middle palate and delivers a long and deliciously sweet finish with no hint of cloying. Delightful as an aperatif, served ice cold.
Dessert wine. Golden tending to amber. Saffron, iodine note, candied apricot, honey and custard on the nose. Beautiful acid component. Mineral and toasted almond finish. Delicious. Malvasia 40%, Riesling 20%, Traminer 20%, Petit Manseng 20%.
Longan and rosewater. Perfect with spice.
TASTING NOTES – brilliant straw-yellow – full of tropical fruit aromas, especially pineapple and banana, just a hint of oak, with vanilla and butter rounding off this expressive nose – full-bodied and balanced on the palate, long lingering finish with echoes of ripe fruit.
Wine Advocate 93 points. The 2019 Alto Adige Pinot Bianco Vial reveals a luminous appearance and brilliant golden highlights. The bouquet opens quickly to reveal orchard fruit, quince and Golden Delicious apple. Beyond that lovey primary fruit, the wine also offers background tones of almond, turmeric spice and crushed limestone. Grapes are sourced from an east-facing site with loamy conglomerate soils with chalky gravel and porphyry sand. The is a lean-bodied wine, but there is enough power and natural heft to pair with shellfish or white meat. You get terrific value, and this 60,000-bottle release will hit the market in October 2020. I...
Wine Advocate 92 points. This is a terrific, albeit informal, white wine (and an excellent value too) that reflects the crystalline light and sharpness of Italy's Dolomites. The Cantina Kaltern 2019 Alto Adige Pinot Bianco hits the nail on the head, especially if you are looking for a well-priced white wine with a pristine and undeniable territorial signature. You can almost smell the mountain freshness here, with the wildflowers and distinctive mineral notes of wet stones in an alpine stream. This wine is like a one-way ticket to Northern Italy, and with an ample production of 350,000 bottles made, you can go back and visit many times over....
WA 90 The ultimate judge of a winery is in the quality of its entry-level wines. The Cantina Kaltern 2019 Alto Adige Pinot Grigio is precise, tonic, easy and extremely versatile. High-toned aromas of citrus, tangerine skin, passion fruit, wild sage and crushed limestone emerge with confidence. This is a beautifully perfumed and extremely precise expression of Pinot Grigio. Winemaking is easy in stainless steel, and some 250,000 bottles were released. ML Sep 2020. Winemaking: The grapes for this wine are gently pressed off to steel tanks immediately after harvest. Fermentation occurs at controlled temperature (19° C) in small steel tanks,...
Wine Advocate 90 points. The Cantina Kaltern 2019 Alto Adige Sauvignon opens to a luminous and fresh appearance, backed by vivid aromas of citrus, passion fruit and minty apple. This is a pristine and clearly defined Sauvignon Blanc that promotes the tonic, fresh and tangy qualities of high-altitude winemaking in the Italian Dolomites. If you want a classic expression of a grape matched beautifully to its territory, look no further than this value wine. ML Sep 2020.
Wine Advocate 91+. The Cantina Tramin 2019 Alto Adige Pinot Bianco Moriz is another terrific entry-level wine from Northern Italy. You simply can't get this level of quality and freshness, especially where white wines are concerned. The signature grape of Alto Adige is Pinot Bianco, and you get pristine aromas of peach, quince and white melon here. Those fruity tones are followed by crushed stone, saffron and almond. This wine is aged in steel tank with a smaller 25% that goes into large oak casks. This helps to develop the mouthfeel of the wine. Some 60,000 bottles were released. ML Sep 2020. Moriz Pinot Bianco is sourced from vineyards...
WA 89+. The Cantina Tramin 2019 Alto Adige Chardonnay is a streamlined and informal wine that hits all the basic pleasure points. This entry-level Chardonnay is made in a simple manner, aged and fermented in stainless steel, and released early in order to capture the youthful character of the fruit. An ample 120,000 bottles were released at the beginning of the year. The wine is tonic and fresh with citrusy aromas, white rose and crunchy pear. All that pretty freshness would pair next to a plate of grilled prawns or fried calamari rings. ML Sept 2020.
From vines 250m-500m above sea level. Fresh aromatics wine at its best. White wine with a greenish-yellow to pale yellow colour Müller Thurgau is an engaging white wine with delicate herbal notes and spice. It tastes fresh and aromatic. This wine goes well with appetisers, grilled fish and white meats. It is also a refreshing aperitif.
Winery Notes: This Pinot Bianco feels fresh and rich yet dry. It has a greenish yellow to light yellow colour and light scents of green apple. Elegant and refined, fruity notes of peach, apricot, pear, elderflower, kumquat, white flowers with fine spicy notes, jasmine, mimosa. This Pinot Bianco is highly appreciated as an aperitif. It goes well with light starters, fish or white meat.
Wine Enthusiast. “This offers delicate scents of white wild flower and honeydew melon while the tangy palate shows pear, lemon drop and a hint of cantaloupe. Fresh acidity gives it a crisp, clean finish.” James Suckling 91 points. "A very subtle pinot grigio with dried apples, nectarines and spice. Some flint and beeswax. It’s medium-bodied with a solid core of fruit and a fresh, creamy finish. Drink now." JS.
Wine Advocate 91 points. The Cantina Tramin 2019 Alto Adige Sauvignon is luminous, refreshing and bright. You get terrific value with this fragrant white wine that delivers a long and happy stream of floral and tropical aromas. Dusty mineral notes add extra focus and sharpness to the close. This is a frank and honest expression of Sauvignon Blanc (with 110,000 bottles made) that drinks nicely as an aperitivo choice or with a summer salad. ML Sep 2020.
Wine Advocate 91 points. Here's a surprise wine from Cantina Tramin that I have never previously encountered. The entry-level 2019 Alto Adige Gewürztraminer Selida (with a large production of 200,000 bottles made) draws its fruit from a sloped 20-hectare parcel with inclines that rise from 300 to 500 meters above sea level with direct exposures to the mountain sunshine and cool nighttime temperatures. These conditions shape the focus and precision that you get in this wine. There are pretty aromas of fragrant white flower, honey, acacia, orange peel and crushed chalk. ML Sep 2020. Tramin is the home of Gewürztraminer, and the village...
TYPE: DOC BLEND: 100% Pinot Grigio VINIFICATION: Pressing whole grapes, fermentation in steel at a low temperature (12-16 °C) for about 1 month. AGEING: In oak casks of 5-10 hl for a few months. ON SALE FROM: 6-8 months from the harvest. NOTES: Colour: straw-yellow. Bouquet: fruity when young, intense, characteristic. Taste: velvety, dry but soft on the palate, harmonious.
The new name "Sant'Antimo" is allowed only to wines made from grapes produced in the Montalcino area, a further enrichment to the already existing prestige of this wine. Ghiaie Bianche is a Chardonnay fermented in barrique from the grapes produced in the territory of Col d'Orcia, which gives the consumer the opportunity to appreciate the charm of Montalcino in the best variety of aromatic white grapes. In this wine we find all the depth and immensity of the Mediterranean summer.
James Suckling 91 points. Colour: Straw yellow with greenish hues. Bouquet: Ample, complex and pleasantly fruited with the typical floral notes of pears and white peach. Flavour: Fresh and zesty wine with pleasant acidity. Fruity and persistent aftertaste.
Straw yellow with splendid greenish reflections. Nice minerality gradually evolving to hints of freshly cut grass, grapefruit, lavender, white melon, pear and almond with hints of sage. Ample and complex, long lasting finish. Cortese is a white grape variety that is most famous for its role in the crisp, lime-scented wines of Gavi. The variety is known for its bracingly high acidity and its ability to retain freshness, even when grown in hot environments. Apple, peach and honeydew flavors are commonly associated with Cortese wine, with lime, almond and light herbal or grassy aromas. The variety has been grown in the southeastern part of...
An unusual mix of 65% Trebbiano and 35% Malvasia. All hand picked grapes then fermented with natural ambient yeasts in clay amphoras to retain as much freshness as possible. Aromas of sage and bergamoth intertwine, leading to a crisp, refreshing finish. Very different and very good.
WINERY NOTE: Felice is our Moscato d'Asti, extremely pleasant, sweet but refreshing. Its moderate alcohol content and its elegant effervescence make it particularly suitable for any convivial and holiday occasion. It is great as an aperitif or cocktail wine. Tasting notes Color: straw yellow. Aromatic Profile: fruity and floral, notes of lychee, grapefruit and white peach. Scents of acacia flower and wild sage. Taste: elegantly sweet with light effervescence, fresh and clean finish.
WINERY NOTES: Arneis is a white grape variety indigenous to Piedmont. The cultivation area of Arneis is Roero, a hilly region located northwest of the city of Alba. Arneis is experiencing a moment of great popularity and quality recognition with the creation of the DOCG appellation in 2006. Roero Arneis is characterized above all by its minerality, freshness and intensity of perfumes. Tasting notes Color: bright straw yellow. Aromatic Profile: fruity and floral, notes of acacia, green apple, peach and apricot. Taste Profile: savory and mineral, persistent with elegant finish. Nice acidity and balanced structure. Food Pairings:...
Favorita is what they call the Vermentino grape in Piemonte. The grapes are hand harvested and 10% fermented in barrel to add complexity and weight to the finished wine. Bright yellow colour, the overwhelming aromatic is of freshly cut white flowers. The palate has hints of stone fruit and a touch of citrus. Crisp, dry finish. Although mainly consumed whilst young, the wine has structure to cellar for 5-8 years. Serve as cold as you like.
100% Chardonnay. Bianco Bianco is a naturally semi-sparkling wine made for Rocca delle Macìe in the province of Trento, within one of the most suitable areas for the cultivation of grapes intended for the production of spumante. Once harvested, the Chardonnay (100%) grapes are fermented without the skins, and then the base wine undergoes natural second fermentation. Bianco Bianco is fresh and fragrant, with overtones of just-ripe fruit. It has a fine, persistent perlage that makes it suitable both as an aperitif and as an accompaniment to fried vegetable or fish platters.
Falstaff Magazine Vermentino Trophy 2020. Made by famed winemaker Dr Riccardo Cotarella. Colour: straw-yellow. Nose: elegant and intriguing on the nose, with aromas of white flowers, hazelnuts and herbs, with a delicate salty nuance. Palate: it expresses a nice fruity bouquet and balanced freshness on the palate. The finish is savory and mineral. Established in the 1940s, Sardus Pater has long been focused on paying tribute to the history of the island it calls home. Each label features images of ancient Sardinia relics and their wine is created with traditional winemaking methods in mind. This Vermentino is classic Sardinian, from the...
Made by famed winemaker Dr Riccardo Cotarella. Colour: straw-yellow. Nose: on the nose has a particularly fine bouquet, floral and fruity with notes of white peach and elderflower. Palate: ample and velvety, with a good balance between fruity aromas and freshness. Finishes with mineral hints. Vermentino is a white wine varietal indigenous to Sardinia but also known by other names in Italy and France. One common feature of all forms is most obviously their refreshing acidity and attractive aromas of peach, lemon peel, dried herbs and a whiff of saline minerality. Serve ice cold. The name refers to Sant’Antioco Island and to the South...
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