Stefano Amerighi

Bruno Giacosa

Santo Stefano Di Neive Riserva Speciale Barbaresco Nebbiolo 1982

Hint if tobacco, dark cherry, plum. A low level thrum of intensity. Interesting with lots of chatter. All very in place. — 17 days ago

Matt LichtenbergPaul Woolls
with Matt and Paul
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San Simeon

Stefano Vineyard Viognier

Smooth, not sweet, tasty Viognier. — 3 months ago

Stefano Bellotti

Filagnotti Vino Bianco White Blend 2016

This is a teenager Cortese that decided to become a punk. But its parents accept the whims of the youth. So the rebelling spirit stays tamed. The bouquet is full of spoiled white plums, soaked white flowers, raw dough, kōcha kinoko, smoke, and pickles. To my taste, it lacks acidity (so not sure what destiny awaits this little rebel). Overall it is complex, multilayered, and even has some delicacy. And all these umami flavours (hello, mr Shiitake)! And the aftertaste of ripe, even baked fruits and pickles. A good find, for sure. — 5 months ago

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Bruno Giacosa

Albesani Vigna Santo Stefano Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2011

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Azienda Santa Barbara

Stefano Antonucci Rosso Piceno Sangiovese 2020

Red Sox are finishing up a disappointing season, but this wine is definitely not disappointing. Nose is deeply fruity, with intense and pure red fruit and the barest whiff of gravel. In the mouth it’s fruity, pure, deep, dry, and balanced. If Le Marche made Beaujolais, this would be its Morgon. Fantastic value in a weekday dinner wine. — 2 months ago

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Peter van den Besselaar

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Nice description

Stefano Di Blasi

Toscana Red Blend 2018

Cellared for 2 years - notes of raisin begin to appear underneath a fruit forward wine. — 6 months ago

Colle Stefano

Verdicchio di Matelica 2020

Crisp, tart, stony. — a month ago

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Bruno Giacosa

Albesani Santo Stefano Barbaresco Red Wine 2011

No formal notes. See @Pooneet Kant’s review. Italians were delicious but overshadowed. — 3 months ago

Alsu ShakirovaGeoff Franz
with Alsu and Geoff
Andrew, Peter and 12 others liked this

Vignaioli di S. Stefano (Ceretto)

Moscato d'Asti

A spectacular treat, for dessert. Enjoy as such. Don’t waste it! — 5 months ago

Bruno Giacosa

Santo Stefano Di Neive Barbaresco Nebbiolo 1997

Tawny reddish color with bricking and light rims. While it looks thin in the glass, the nose packs a wallop. Notes of black cherries, rose petals, some dark wood, some licorice and a bit of tar. Very fragrant. In the mouth it's solid but missing a little in the mid-palate. In a good drinking window. The nose is the thing here. — 6 months ago

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