La Scala – Campagnola Veneto – 75cl (12% vol)
This classic and typical Soave has a light straw colour with slight greenish reflections, a delicate bouquet and a typical almond bitter aftertaste.
Il Medaglione Leone de castris – Puglia (12% vol)
The Medaglione has fresh, floral fragrances and fruity hints of banana. Smooth and well balanced on the palate.
Castelli di Jesi Colonnara – Marche (12.5% vol)
Quite intense, scents of fresh fruit and delicate floral notes. Dry, quite warm, discrete softness, fresh and sapid.
Sauvignon blanc IGT
Ardesia – Veneto (12.5% vol)
Medium lemon colour with greenish reflex. Aromatic and fruity notes on the nose and palate. Dry, light and refreshing.
Pinot grigio DOC
Castel Firmian – Trentino Alto Adige (12.5% vol)
Very clean, nicely balanced Pinot Grigio, with a suggestion of orchard fruits (apples, green plums), good medium weight in the mouth, and a refreshing finish.
Tasca conti d’Almerita – Sicily (12% vol)
Straw-yellow in color, aromas of green apples and pitted fruits complement undertones of pears and grapefruits. On the palate, crisp acidity and a rich body make for an easy to drink white wine that is particularly refreshing. Excellent with Fish dishes and Salads.
Lugana DOC “San Benedetto”
Zenato – Veneto (13% vol)
Pale lemon in colour. Appealing notes of peaches, citrus, bananas and herbs underscored by crisp acidity and supple body on the palate. Ideal for meat and fish!
Gavi di Gavi gold DOCG
La Scolca – Piemonte (12% vol)
Light straw in colour with delicate green hues. Intense on the nose. Long, continuous and persistent. Fruity and floral aromas. On the mouth, broad, fruity with notes of flint, almond and walnut flavour.
Falanghina del Beneventano
Vinosia – Campania (13% vol)
A fully appreciated Italian wine due to its notable fragrance and freshness. Exotic fruits, citrus and white flowers. On the palate it typically shows classic apple and pear flavours. It’s probably the best grape to be drunk with any fish dish or balanced light meat!
Villa Barbi – Umbria (13% vol)
Highly aromatic with white fruits, citrus and a hint of almonds. Round yet clean on the palate with bright acidity and a slight bitter almond note on the finish. Balanced and beautiful!
Pinot grigio Collio DOC
Livon – Friuli Venezia Giulia (12.5% vol)
Fragrant bouquet, recalling scents of vanilla and lime flowers. Strong on the palate with a long finish. A great example of quality Pinot Grigio.
Argiolas – Sardinia (14% vol)
Is Argiolas shows a ripe, almost tropical fruit profile that reflects longer ripening on the vine. Aromas and flavours of fully ripe apricots and peaches are accented by notes of melon, almond and honey. Bright acidity provides succulence and full expression on the palate. Great wine!
L’Ariella Greco di Tufo DOCG 2017/18 – Robert Parker 94 Points
Vinosia – Campania (13% vol). Grape Varieties 100% Greco Di Tufo
One of the most sought Italian white wine. This 100% Greco di Tufo is bold and dry, however the high calcium content of the soils gave it an intense fragrance and complexity. In the glass it glows a brilliant straw-yellow with green reflections, and presents a refreshing floral and fruity bouquet. On the tongue it is fresh, balanced and bold, with a long, fruity and persistent finish.
Le Grade Fiano di Avellino 2016/17- James Suckling 93 Points
Vinosia – Campania (13.5% vol). Grape Varieties 100% Fiano
Fiano grapes thrives in the province of Campania and, more specifically, the hills around the town of Avellino (east of Mount Vesuvius). This DOCG area’s rich volcanic soils characterise the grapes to produce wines of elegance and intensity. Pale straw-yellow colour with a clean, elegant bouquet and floral, fruity notes. After spending a year in the bottle its nose develops further complexity with an intense floral bouquet as well as notes of raisin and honey. On the tongue it remains dry and elegant with a good aromatic persistence.
Ribolla classic 2017/18 – James Suckling 93 Points
Marjan Simčič – Goriška Brda – Slovenia (13% vol) Grape Varieties 100% Ribolla
Multi award-winning winemaker Marjan Simčič has helped to bring the wines of Slovenia to a new, fine-wine audience. This wine is produced on a Slovenian/Italian territory (Nova Gorica or Gorizia region) and It grows under the influence of the mild Mediterranean climate. This Ribolla, from middle-aged vines, is light yellow, with gold accents; the bouquet is specifically soft (notes of lemon, green apple, citrus and grapefruit) and fruity. The harmony of acids, the full body and distinct minerality complete the taste to its excellence. A top wine from a top producer!
Sicilia DOC Insolia “Cubia” 2014/15 – James Suckling 91 Points
Cusumano – Tenuta Ficuzza – Sicily (13%vol). Grape Varieties 100% Insolia.
Wonderfully perfumed, this mineral-driven expression of Insolia has an incredibly fresh and complex personality. Bright straw yellow in colour with golden reflections, this wine opens with a very delicate bouquet of fresh fruit, tangerine, white flowers, yellow peach and spices on the nose. This modern Cru wine is able to satisfy eventhe most demanding of palates.
“Nozze d’oro” 2014/2015 – Robert Parker 91 Points
Tasca conti d’ Almerita – Sicily (12.5%). Grape Varieties Insolia 75%, Sauvignon 25%
For his golden wedding anniversary, or “nozze d’oro” in Italian, founder Count Giuseppe Tasca created an innovative blend of indigenous Inzolia and Sauvignon Tasca. Straw-yellow in color, “Nozze d’ Oro” offers delicate aromas of apple, peach, melon, jasmine, and honey. On the palate, it is expressive and fruit-forward with good body and alluring flavours.
Gewurtztraminer “Sanct Valentin” 2016-17 – Robert Parker 93 points
San Michele Appiano – Alto Adige (14% vol). Grape Varieties 100% Gewurtztraminer.
This Gewurztraminer is rich, full-bodied taste and unforgettable aroma. Gewürztraminer is without doubt the most typical of Alto Adige region (bordering Austria) white wines. It has an intense yellow colour and the distinctive aroma of rose, jasmine, white and tropical fruits. Particular and unforgettable.
Gave dei Cavi DOCG ‘Black lable’ 2018/2019 – James Suckling 93 points
La Scolca – Piedmont (12.5%). Grape Varieties 100% Cortese
Arguably the best Gavi di Gavi ever produced. La Scolca ris the first producer who first create the world famous Gavi from the Cortese grape. Forget what you may have tasted before, known throughout the world, Black Label Gavi is pale straw yellow in colour with delicate greenish highlights. Intense lemon citrus fruit with floral and flinty notes on the nose. Medium bodied, with apple and more citrus fruit on the palate with notes of almond and hazelnuts. Crisp, refreshing and long finish.
Selezione 50 Anniversario Collio 2014 –Robert Parker 93 points
Livon – Friuli Venezia Giulia (13.5% vol). Grape Varieties: Friulano 50%, Ribolla gialla 50%
The masterpiece! The Livon family celebrated their 50th Anniversary by launching the ‘Selezione 50 Anniversary, Collio DOC’ in 2014. A blend of two ancient grape varieties, Friulano and Ribolla Gialla, representing the very best of the Collio region. Intense straw yellow in colour. Complex and elegant bouquet with hints of spices. A soft and well-balanced wine. The best!!