Portofino, Genova

Oakville Ranch

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Actually just off the coast of Portofino on Crystal Serenity on our way to Rome. Enjoyed this with prime rib tonight. — 3 months ago

Robert and Billy liked this

Bisson

Ciliegiolo Rosé 2017

Super dark fruit, cherry and strawberry notes. Medium light body. Fantastic — 7 months ago

Umberto Briganti

Amaro-Camatti Liqueur

Guy gave me this and said “it’s fun, then crazy”... about right. — a year ago

David and Aske liked this

Azienda Agricola A Trincea

Roccese White Blend

In portofino. Beautiful white blend that perfectly complemented a perfect seafood dinner. Dry, complex enough but still easy drinking. A winner — 2 years ago

Bisson

Vignerta Portofino Vermentino 2018

Brine, lemon pith, lemon candy / med+ to high acidity and an ethereal, mineral-taut palate — 5 months ago

Santa Maria al Monte

Amaro Naturale Nicola Vignale Liqueur

KA
9.0

Interesting strong and medicny, — 6 months ago

La Cappelletta

Portofino Vermentino 2017

In a field of gorgeous Italian whites, this was a star. Lime zest, sea spray, white peach, yellow plum, apricot, honeysuckle, rosemary, sweet basil, on a medium plus body with medium plus acid and a long satisfying, lip-smacking finish — a year ago

Matt liked this

Bisson

Ü Pastine Portofino Bianchetta Genovese 2015

Very good, though perhaps past its prime a bit and starting to show a little less character than I'd like. A nice acidity to match it's sunny yellow hue, taste of lemon rind and citrus, medium body, with a lot of rocky minerals and terrain. It is nice to have a wine focus on minerality vs fruit forward compounds. Hope to score a bottle of this a bit younger next time. — 6 months ago

P and Mike liked this

Caraccioli Cellars

Sparkling Brut Cuvée Santa Lucia Highlands Chardonnay

Drinking in an alley of Genova, with pansotti. Couldn’t be better — a year ago

Azienda Agricola "I Pussi"

Golfo del Tigullio Portofino Ciliegiolo 2016

Jill M
9.3

Thoroughly enjoyed the Ciliegiolo varietal in Rapallo, Italy. Cherry is in the name, and most certainly on the palate. — 2 years ago

Dave M
with Dave