Join us for Italian wine tasting from 12pm to 3pm
Here is the lineup for Saturday’s tasting:
- Luciano Landi Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi – Marche, Italy: Complex everyday white with notes of wild flowers, orange, peach and refreshing acidity.
- Audarya Vermentino di Sardegna – Sardinia, Italy: Floral white with tropical fruit notes and salty minerality. Perfect for seafood and delicate white meat dishes.
- Piccoli Valpolicella – Veneto, Italy: Light bodied, fresh red wine with notes of candies red fruits, medicinal herbs and spice.
- Valdipiatta Rosso di Montepulciano – Tuscany, Italy: Not to be confused with Montepulciano the grape, this comes from the town of Montepulciano in Tuscany. A Sangiovese predominate wine that has been aged in large Slovenian oak and French Barrique which provides structure to the fresh acidity and red fruits of Sangiovese.
- Dezzani Albarossa – Piemonte, Italy: Albarossa is the grape which was created with a crossing of Barbera and a native French grape called “Chatus.” The wine is deep in color and shows dark fruits with spice and soft tannins.
- Valdipiatta Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG – Tuscany, Italy: The first wine awarded the DOCG status in Tuscany. Vino Nobile the flagship wine of Valdipiatta and it must be aged for at least 2 years before release. The wines are aged in Barrique which add complexity to the earthiness, black cherry and floral notes of Sangiovese. A wine that can age 10+ years or be enjoyed upon release.