Valtenesi, Brescia

Su. Na. Wi.

Terapia Rosato Frizzante

Fun rosé pét-nat! A little reductive, peachy, and juicy. — a month ago

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Castel Faglia

Cuvée Monogram Satèn Franciacorta Chardonnay Pinot Bianco

I like this Franciacorta. We found very small and secret Italian restaurant in Shimamoto-cho. — a day ago

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Tenuta Roveglia

Lugana Trebbiano 2019

Splendid #lugana #trebbiano - touch of white flower, ripe white peach, spicy white pepper on the finish. Medium plus body and plenty of tartness. — a month ago

Guido Berlucchi

'61 Brut Franciacorta Chardonnay Blend

Stonefruit aroma reminding me of nectarine and bing cherry with some delicate florals in the background. Tart and juicy body with hints of mandarin orange. Grapefruit drying finish. Pretty nice sparkling. — 15 days ago

Cascina Belmonte

Fuochi nella notte di San Giovanni

Jammy, blackberry and black currant — a day ago

Guido Berlucchi

Cuvée '61 Satèn Franciacorta Blend

Bevuto 2022 sboccatura ottobre 2021. — 18 days ago

Guido Berlucchi

Franciacorta 61 Rosé

If you’re new to Franciacorta, you couldn’t pick a better place to start.

You get a really fabulous mousse, and a wonderful clean and bright Chardonnay fruit with a dry but delightful finish. Don’t look for that toasty brioche that a champagne would offer; this is made differently. But take this as the crisp, refreshing (and very good-friendly) wine that it is.
— a month ago

Faccoli (Azienda Agricola)

Brut Franciacorta

A favorite. Long finish with fruit tangerine? — 9 days ago


San Benedetto Lugana Trebbiano 2020

Lovely crisp pear taste. Nice for sipping on a summer day or perhaps as a pairing with a seafood starter dish. — 17 days ago

Su. Na. Wi.

Lampo Gropello 2020

Su. Na. Wi. = Super Natural Wines

The unmistakable philosophy aside, this comes from a little winery in Northern Italy that's owned by a friend in KL along with his Italian mates. So when the said friend describes this as an interesting red with heaps of balsamic notes, you can be sure he’s spot on. The Lampo was an oddly pleasant savoury red - made of 100% Gropello, it had tons of seaweed flavour with balsamic and soy sauce accents. Crunchy acidity made this flow down the wine hole way too easily. Could use more fruit, but it may just have needed more air to express itself.
— a month ago

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