Vigneti Del Salento

Pojer e Sandri

Palai Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT Müller-Thurgau 2020

Last bottle wasn’t the best but I think we’re now 9 for 10 with this wine across 3 vintages. — 9 days ago

Sarah Bignami
with Sarah
Anthony, romo and 12 others liked this


Fontanasanta Vigneti Delle Dolomiti Nosiola 2018

Unique and versatile. — 9 days ago

Juan, Ira and 7 others liked this


Masseria Maìme Salento IGT Negroamaro 2010

Smooth. A 12 yr old wine drank very well and with such smooth tannins that I felt like I could drink the whole bottle. Muted dark berries, earth tones, hint of licorice, musty. Well priced and one I would have again. — a day ago

Ron and Eddie liked this

Consorzio Produttori Vini Manduria

Alice Verdeca 2021

Delightful. Good minerality and citrus, with nice acidity. Hard to think of a better wine with seafood — 16 days ago

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Fontanasanta Vigneti delle Dolomiti Manzoni Bianco 2020

Just fantastic northern Italian white, hybrid of Pinot Bianco and Riesling, with the anticipated broad spectrum flavor profile and structure that you’d expect. Just delightful! — 21 days ago

Natasha Bray
with Natasha
Eddie, Matt and 1 other liked this
Ryan Colthorp

Ryan Colthorp

Nice combo of grapes!
Jason Keefer

Jason Keefer

@Ryan Colthorp yeah, you’d have dug this one!

Alois Lageder

Terra Alpina Dolomiti Pinot Grigio 2020

Good pairing with spaghetti vongole on a patio — 9 days ago

Masseria Li Veli

Askos Susumaniello 2020

Drink this with your Italian food or you’ll be sorry. — 10 days ago

Vigneti Massa

Piccolo Derthona Timorasso 2018

N: diesel, Honey, white flowers, white pears,
P: Comes in with acidity, leaves an oily viscosity, more peaches, ash, herbal quality.
Very mineral.
— 8 days ago

Ericsson, Brian and 9 others liked this

Conti Zecca


Very light and fruity - absolutely loved it. — 18 days ago

Tenuta San Leonardo

Terre di San Leonardo Vigneti delle Dolomiti Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2017

Delectable Wine

The 2017 Terre di San Leonardo keeps you coming back to the glass to take in its intense bouquet of spiced raspberries, black licorice, crushed chalk and peppery florals. This is silky with depths of dark wild berries and inner herbal tones, all accelerated by brisk acids and a subtle hint of sour citrus. It leaves the palate reeling, lightly structured yet spry, as a primary coating of red and black fruit slowly fades. The warmth of the vintage has imparted another level of richness that isn’t often found from the Terre di San Leonardo, making it an excellent option for near-term enjoyment. This is a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot and 10% Carmenère from the younger vines on the San Leonardo estate. (Eric Guido, Vinous, June 2022)
— 24 days ago

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