Prior to the 20th century, “Brunello” was the name given to the varietal thought to be unique to the town of Montalcino. It was discovered that, in fact, Brunello was the same varietal as Sangiovese. The name Brunello... Read More
The blending of the grapes is handed down along generations. This rosé unveils an elegant bouquet of red fruits and citrus, which dance on your palate with the persistent mousse. Have with sushi or friends.
Aromas of blueberries, blackberries and dried flowers plus hints of slate follow through to a full body, very fine tannins and a driven and linear finish. Orange peel and dried fruit. Sleek and racy. Ready to try in 2024.... Read More
Ruinart Rosé, a fine, elegant champagne with the distinctive Ruinart taste due to a high concentration of Chardonnay grapes. A beautiful color of pinkish gold. A smooth, balanced, fruity wine with plenty of body. An ideal... Read More
The hue of this wine is brilliantly clear, golden straw—a color that dramatically sets the stage for what is to come. The nose is similarly demonstrative, with expressive notes of baked apple and pear, a spritz of citrus,... Read More