Recent San Felice Wines

San Felice WinesLast year, we became acquainted with San Felice wines, and they quickly enticed us from the historic estate located in the heart of Chianti Classico territory. As a result, we happily accepted samples of these two impressive Italian reds. San Felice Vigorello 2020 marks the 52nd vintage of the first Supertuscan produced in Chianti Classico. Bell’Aja Bolgheri 2021 showcases how Bordeaux meets the terroir of Bolgheri. Read on for more details.

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Italian Whites

Four Italian WhitesWe think any time of year is the season for Italian whites. And we don’t just mean Pinot Grigio, which frequently is the first that comes to mind. That is to say, these four Italian whites are lesser known, yet delicious. They come from the volcanic soils in Sicily, the high-altitude region of Marche, the peculiar soil composed of gritstone in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, and finally the low mountain range and lowland crossed by rivers of Veneto. In other words, you might not have heard of all of them, but don’t let that stop you. These are good wines!

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San Felice Wines

San Felice WinesWe became acquainted with San Felice wines last year, so we happily accepted these three standout Italian wines. 2020 Bell’Aja Bolgheri Superiore 2020; 2019 Il Grigio Chianti Classico Gran Selezione; and 2018 Poggiorosso Chianti Classico Gran Selezione are special-occasion wines from the historic estate located in the heart of Chianti Classico territory. As well, they all complement summer barbecues or winter roasts.

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Italian Sparklers

Consorzio dell’AstiConsorzio Asti, established in 1932, protects and promotes the Italian sparklers from Moscato d’Asti DOCG and Asti Spumante DOCG. These are bubbles used for toasting around the world, and a pride of Italian viticulture and oenology. These sparkling wines come from Moscato Bianco grapes, a variety that grows in the green hills of Piedmont. The wines are slightly sweet and pair well with desserts. Or enjoy them on their own as an aperitivo or digestivo. Read on for details.

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