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J Opi Malbec 2019
Opi Sadler is our best-selling winemaker. His signature Malbec announced him to the world after it scooped a big Decanter trophy a few years back (and it’s won lots more awards since then). Here’s the 2018 chapter of this berry-rich favorite.
Nespolino Sangiovese Rubicone IGT 2018
Previous vintages of this juicy Italian red were commended by Decanter and the IWC. Made at the Ravaioli family’s ‘Tre-Bicchieri’-rated estate in the exciting Rubicone region, it’s a tasty Sangiovese that puts pricier Chiantis to shame.
Il Sogno di Arianna Chiaretto Rosato 2019
Located near northern Italy’s famous Lake Garda, the Bardolino region is renowned for its sophisticated pink wines (called chiaretto). Boasting a history of critical acclaim, this lively, red-fruited rosato is a fine example of the style.
Sentiero dei Pini Pinot Grigio 2018
Crafted by local star Giuseppe Secchi and named for a spectacular vineyard, this acclaimed Italian Pinot Grigio is as fresh as an alpine stream. Brimming with crisp lemon, green apple, and white blossom characters, it makes a fantastic aperitif.
Ca'Vescovo Pinot Grigio 2019
Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Gianni Zonin sends the latest release of this popular Pinot Grigio from his family’s premium estate vineyards (in Italy’s sought-after Venezie). Brimming with ripe lemon and apple flavors, plus classic almond notes.
Terra di Nonno Vermentino 2018
In 1958, Andrea Palermo’s grandfather started a community winery in their small Sicilian village. Today, the family’s wines – like this dazzling Vermentino – are known around the world. Enjoy its fresh floral and orchard-fruit notes with seafood.
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.
Pillastro Rosato 2019
Angelo Maci, the huge talent behind many of our most-loved Italian reds, has (finally!) been bitten by the rosé bug. This vibrant pink version of his popular Pillastro Primitivo bursts with ripe red cherry and raspberry flavors.
Alto Pina 2018
Crafted by Jaime Quendera (a former winner of the ‘Best Red Wine in the World’ trophy at Vinalies Internationales), this distinctive red marries three star Portuguese grapes for layers of ripe raspberry, plum, and inviting violet characters.