2015 Grosjean, Gamay, Vallee d'Aoste, Aosta Valley, Italy

The Valle d'Aosta is one of the northernmost and highest altitude growing regions in Italy. Tucked up right against Switzerland, this is a area of supreme beauty, where grapes can only be grown on south facing hill sides.


2013 Elio Sandri, Dolcetto, Piemonte, Italy

Perched atop some of the highest hills in the region in a community east of Barolo, in the hamlet of Monforte d’Alba, resides Cascina Disa Elio Sandri.


2015 Petrussa Friulano, Friuli, Italy

Gianni and Paolo Petrussa, 4th generation of the Petrussa family,  both had the opportunity to work jobs with salaried positions upon coming of age.


2016 Fiore Arneis, Piedmont

2016 Fiore Arneis, Piedmont

Arneis is a slightly waxy, floral white wine grape that originates in the region of Piedmont, Italy.  It is has found success in the hills of Roero where it is labeled under its own DOCG for Roero white wine.  It is also generally produced throughout the hills of Piedmont under the DOC of Langhe.  Arneis translates to “little rascal” in Piemontese dialect since it is somewhat difficult to grow.  That said, the grape produces wines with crisp acidity, and fresh floral aromas to accent the white peach, gree

2012 Fattoria di Fubbiano Rosso, Colline Lucchesi

2012 Fattoria di Fubbiano Rosso, Colline Lucchesi

Lovers of traditional Chianti will adore what Marco Corsini of Fattoria di Fubbiano is doing at this small estate situated just 30 minutes outside of Lucca. The winery is situated on a hilltop in the Colline Lucchese and uses Sangiovese blended with Canaiolo to capture the tradition and true style of this region from years ago. The vineyards are farmed using organic practices and the winemaking is simple, straightforward, and done with respect to tradition and passion.

2014 Frescobaldi Remole Tuscany, Italy

2014 Frescobaldi Remole Tuscany, Italy

The Frescobaldi name is famous for making top-notch Tuscan wines and has been associated with wine production for over 700 years.  With multiple estates situated throughout the hills of Tuscany, the family strives to showcase the finest qualities of each region while respecting the history and style of the area.  With Remole, we find a superb value from fruit grown at their Chianti estate in the northeast region of the zone, Chianti Rufina.  Rufina is a relatively small zone, and Frescobaldi has the fin

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