Cecchetto Giorgio


St Giorgio Chianti Riserva Sangiovese 2011

Had the 2019 in April of 2024. Really enjoyed this. Dry but red cherry softens the dryness. Earthy with light tannins. Great buy for the price. Plan to get this one again. Had with chicken and mushroom risotto and paired remarkably well. — 15 days ago

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Giorgio Pelissero

Tulin Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2015

Consistent with previous bottle. Spectacular wine — 2 months ago

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San Giorgio Spumante Erbaluce di Caluso

Sparkling Erbaluce in Alba from benchmark producer. Learned that outside of Canavese, the name Erbaluce cannot be used. It seems that sometimes the Italians - and Alto Piedmontese (a name we in the US bestowed on a them) let their hyper local regional alliances and squabbles - undermine their global marketability. Some in the older generation and most of new generation seem to get this, but the consortia continue to resist… — 9 months ago

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Azienda Agricola Giorgio Scarzello

Barolo del Comune di Barolo Nebbiolo

Just outstanding. Matches to t-bone grilled on wood fired stone — 2 days ago

Famiglia Castellani

St. Giorgio Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Sangiovese

Warm and generous with toasted almonds, and hint of oak and spice  — 4 months ago

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Abbazia San Giorgio

Orange Bianco Muscat of Alexandria 2021

Perfect to sip in the late summer sun by the pool. The notes of apricot are a delightful, refreshing surprise. — 2 years ago

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St Giorgio Super Tuscan Blend 2018

For the price, this is a pretty good everyday drink. Cherry and stewed fruits aromas. Smooth with red fruits and a nice long finish. — 23 days ago

Azienda Agricola Giorgio Scarzello

Langhe Nebbiolo 2021

Another great effort from Scarzello. Much more expressive on day 2. — 2 months ago

Sarah Bignami
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Ira, Pinotman and 10 others liked this

Monte Dall'Ora

San Giorgio Alto Valpolicella Classico Superiore Corvina Blend 2015

The nicest Classico Superiore we’ve had. And with a slight chill along burgers, yum. Has a great nose of muddy black cherries, trees, leafy decay, as it warms, it’s pronounced deep red.
On the palate, bright acidity up front with a tactile slight roughness, pomegranates and cherries, delicious balance.
These bottles don’t disappoint.
— 8 months ago

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