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Lornano Le Macchie Chianti Classico 2015
Franco Bernabei is a leading Tuscan winemaker whose top wines cost over $100. He crafted this hugely acclaimed red at the Taddei family’s historic estate in the premium Chianti Classico region. Aged 12 months in oak, it’s packed with juicy cherry.
Lornano Chianti Colli Senesi Riserva 2016
Franco Bernabei makes some of Italy’s finest wines, and he crafted this hugely acclaimed Chianti Riserva just for you. From the premium Colli Senesi region, it was aged in fine oak barrels and brims with spicy cherry flavor.
Il Vispo Toscana Rosso 2018
This pure, organically grown Sangiovese hails from a leading Tuscan estate and sports a 91-point score from James Suckling. The name means “light and lively;” fitting, as it practically spills over with cheek-pinching, red-cherry juiciness.
Collezione di Paolo Verso Cielo Rosso di Toscana 2017
This always-popular Super Tuscan is made by the renowned Paolo Masi in small quantities. We took all we could of the 2017 vintage (which boasts 94 points and three golds – so far!). Look forward to dark red fruit with hints of coffee and toasty oak.
Feudi del Vulcano Aglianico 2016
Feudi di San Gregorio is one of (if not the) most renowned estates in Italy’s premium Campania region – and they’ve made this stunning Aglianico just for you. A charming taste of the superb 2016 vintage, it overflows with ripe black fruit and spice.
Primo Salice Salentino Riserva DOC 2015
In Puglia’s sun-drenched, premium region of Salice Salentino, Negroamaro is the star grape. Renowned producer Torrevento is famous for their intensely rich versions, like this five-year-old Riserva. A must-taste for lovers of blockbuster reds.