The 2020 Rosato (Sangiovese) displays sweet melon and spring flowers offset by a twang of zesty citrus and flint. It’s silky-smooth, with a pleasant inner sweetness as notes of young strawberry and cherry cascade across the palate, all of which taper off wonderfully fresh. $17.00 (Eric Guido, Vinous, May 2021) — a month ago
Never had this varietal previously, but it’s a nice Sardinian red. Something on the nose reminds me of canned pineapple, which is unusual for a red, but it is not picked up on the palate. — a month ago
Rocca di Montegrossi Geremia Toscana 2015. 70% Merlot/30% Cabernet Sauvignon. Organic & unfiltered. A bold, big-fruit statement-making wine with a long finish however time will help soften/tame this powerful beauty. Enjoy! Cheers🍷 — 5 days ago
Aromas of lemon, grapefruit and melon. Pairs well with chicken, potatoes and albino broccoli, aka cauliflower!! — 14 days ago
Excellent Prosecco. Not to dry or sweet, just right. Will be getting more of it soon. — 2 months ago
This was so tinted I thought this was a rosé. Nice peach nose. — 6 days ago
2016 Rocca Bernarda Novecento. Venezia Giulia IGT.
75 % Friulano, 24 % Ribolla Gialla , 1 % Picolit.
Winery established in 1559. Sandstone and marl soil. Stainless steel vats then the wine is rested 6 months on it’s lees for an amazing texture.
A nose of lemon balm, Asian pear and citrus rind.
Great mouth feel with flavours of golden apple, honey and pink grapefruit with a distinct minerality and acidity on the long finish.
We had ebi dashi kimchi hot pot with fresh shucked whole oysters thrown in.
A great match.
— a month ago