Oltrepo Pavese, Pavia

Fratelli Agnes

Poculum Oltrepò Pavese 2015

Confermo tutto quello detto. Moltissima acidità, tannino prorompente. Sapidità. Intenso al naso e in bocca. Ciliegia, prugna, anice stellato. Legno usato benissimo. — 2 months ago

Conte Vistarino

Pernice Pinot Nero 2017

Sbilanciato leggermente su alcol. Cmq molto buono — 10 months ago

Azienda Agricola Giulio Fiamberti

Vigna Sacca Del Prete Croatina Blend 2007

A rogue find that did not disappoint; a little bite at the end. I’d love to get my hands on more. — 3 years ago

Azienda Agricola Barbacarlo di Lino Maga

Barbacarlo Oltrepo Pavese Red Blend 1996

Bright berries, the mildest of tannins, fizzy. — 4 years ago

Tenuta Mazzolino

Terrazze Oltrepò Pavese Pinot Nero

From Cork. Strong raspberry, lively, juicy, light. Alcohol on very back. Might not stand up to food, except lightly seasoned salmon or chicken. — 2 months ago


For England Pas Dosé Blanc de Noir 2016

Cathy Corison

Método Classico Alta Langa. Red fruit driven — 7 months ago

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Bruno Verdi

Oltrepò Pavese Buttafuoco Red Blend 2019

Umm.. quite possibly my new house red. Rosenthal knows how to pick ‘em. Everything you want in a solid Chianti or Langhe Nebbiolo but from ultra unsexy Oltrepo Pavese in Lombardy (croatina, barbera, uva rara blend). All the acid you want in your northern Italian reds, but without the sometimes pesky green or harsh, drying Nebbiolo/ Sangiovese tannins. Red and black cherry, red and black currant, star anise, rose petal, with subtle herbal/earthy edge. Highly quaffable. Made for pizza / pasta nights. — 4 months ago

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Lyle Fass

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I used to buy the sangue de Juida for my old store in Boston.
Adriana Fabbro

Adriana Fabbro

@Lyle Fass have yet to try that one, but with a name like that how can it possibly disappoint?


Nature Metodo Classico Pinot Nero 1593

Dry and round seems to be the tone. — 2 years ago

Enrico Serafino

Alta Langa Brut Pinot Nero-Chardonnay Blend

Nice champagne style brut here, not common in Italy. Candied apple but toasty in the glass. Outside the glass it has a brightness, lots of character, medium dry, yeasty. Where it was candied apple on the nose it’s a dried apple flavor that prevails on the palate. — 4 years ago

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