Bodegas Re

Re Lusso

Sweet Rosso Frizzante

Dynamic flavor. Sweet fruity with depth — 7 months ago

Re Manfredi

Serpara Aglianico del Vulture Aglianico 2018

Danke Steffen, dass i de wii sälber us din wiischeank han dörfe usläse - Big love! — 2 years ago

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Paul Jaboulet Aîné

La Chapelle Hermitage Syrah

Had an op to re-buy at $115 and wanted to check in on the 2006. What a nice rendition. Perhaps not the best vintage overall, but in really great shape right now with the typical tobacco aromas. Needless to say, I am buying more — 3 years ago

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Teran Re 2009

Local Istria grape Teran with links to Refosco. High in acidity, quite some VA so not a wine for everybody. Personally I like this style. Roxanich is 100% natural and uses extreme long time on wood. Very good — 9 months ago

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Elena Walch

Alto Adige Pinot Bianco 2019

We were looking for a nice Italian white with pasta Aug 2021 and chose this Pinot Bianca. The aroma was very good and suggested a floral taste. It was smooth, relatively dry and had a taste of pear or peach; nonetheless it was excellent and went well with beef carpaccio, fried calamari and beautiful pasta. A new discovery and will try again to decide re adding to our general stock. Suggest trying. — 3 years ago

Fratelli Revello

Ciabot du Re Barbera d'Alba 2015

Sadly a 6 hour decant couldn’t fully open this baby up. — 4 years ago

Kyle, Mike and 1 other liked this
Kyle Harvey

Kyle Harvey

Walking on guilded splinters?


Unfiltered Natural Kvevri Dry Saperavi 2015

Tanning central! a special experiance this is not to be missed the flavour that perculated after 2 sips was spellbounding. Then i was smitten — a year ago

Duckhorn Vineyards

Napa Valley Merlot 2016

This month I’m re-visiting Merlot. This one was always consistent and a favorite. The 2016 did not disappoint. Always a place for a good Merlot. — 4 years ago

Bacci Wines

Re di Renieri IGT Toscana Merlot Blend

A really fun Bordeaux blend (Merlot dominant) grown exclusively in the Brunello di Montalcino region. Unfiltered, and it shows, the silty smoothness is fascinating. Red and black fruits, tootsie roll and hot earth are highlights of both the nose and palette. A very different type of Italian wine, but a fabulous super Tuscan. — 5 years ago

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