Didn’t think I was a Pinot Grigio gal til i started drinking the real stuff from Italy. Loves this especially at the price ($12 at Costco). Refreshing, crisp apples, tart, acidic bite, rather dry. Would love to have again. Great on a warm summer day — 9 days ago
2010 was Great drinking with dry finish, light cherry & chocolate. The style reminds me of a WA Pinot with some Grenache added for body — a day ago
A m a z I n g. Fine furry tannins straight away so we decanted. One hour later this was singing. The nose was so pretty with cacao powder, faint sweet tarragon, and strawberries. Mouth coating raspberry fruit roll ups, smooth tannins makes this beautiful. TBL — 15 days ago
In the glass, a touch hazy. On the nose, remarkable bright red fruits and tar. The bouquet is deeply layered but not really easy to pull everything out in the context of the meal. On the palate, crunchy red fruits and a touch frizzante that dissipates. After some air, roses join the massive aromatic theater of this wine. Utterly fresh and with quite substantial structure! A lovely Freisa and likely the best I’ve ever encountered. Bravissimo! — 3 days ago
This mineral-drenched yet silky Vermentino wafts up from the glass effortlessly with minty freshness. Time brings out further depths of ripe yellow apple, citrus-tinged orchard fruit and pretty florals, finishing with juicy, cheek-puckering tension. $23.00 (Eric Guido, Vinous, March 2021) — 22 days ago
Straight fire. It’s been a few years since I have had this and once again this doesn’t disappoint. Real Italian river rock acidity with elegant cherries and red fruit. Lots of the acidity on this. Some definite natural figs after it sat for a bit. Highly highly recommended especially for the price point. — 7 days ago
Nose has fresh roses, dry leather, dehydrated cherry, Himalayan salt, sliced strawberries and dried orange peel.
Palate has salty strawberry, drying cherry, dry red sandstone and ripe raspberry. Great acidity, lively and fresh; very nice Nebbiolo rosé!
We really embrace the Del Signore sparkling wines, great terroir, best when warming past cellar temperature.
Once again, I'm so pleased with the ultimate Alt-Champagne...Gattinara who would have thought? The Fass Selections boys are at it again! — 17 days ago