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Duca di Cardino Sangiovese Toscana 2018
The Barbanera family, makers of our most popular Tuscan wines, have brought us a special red. Crafted in honor of their legendary ancestor, this silky Sangiovese boasts a HUGE 95 point score from Italy's top critic and layers of ripe black fruit.
Saracosa Governo (magnum) 2018
Saracosa is such a huge favorite, winemaker Sofia Barbanera was inspired to create a luxurious “big brother” version – now available in a MAGNUM bottle. Made in a traditional, flavor-boosting style, it boasts a history of impressive 98-point scores.
Tenuta di Somaro Aglianico Primitivo 2016
When Mario Ercolino stumbled upon a small parcel of ancient vines deep in Puglia’s countryside, he knew he’d found something special. Thanks to southern Italy’s superb 2016 vintage, this hugely acclaimed release might be his richest yet.
The Barbanera family’s flagship is “one of the all-time great Super Tuscan reds,” says critic Luca Maroni. This far more affordable gem is made with the same Sangiovese-based blend and has a long history of acclaim. Enjoy the new, 94-point release.
If you haven’t had the Barbanera’s sumptuous, barrel-aged Super Tuscan yet, now’s the perfect time. A perennial favorite of leading Italian critic Luca Maroni, Vecciano sports 99 points (Mr. Maroni’s highest score) for the third vintage in a row!
Contessa Giovanna Manci Pinot Grigio 2018
Trust us, this is not your average Pinot Grigio. You’re in for a blast of refreshment from this mountain-grown, serial gold medalist. It’s lemony, vibrant, and seriously complex. Serve ice cool and prepare to get compliments from guests.
Saracosa Governo Rosso 2018
Saracosa is such a huge favorite, winemaker Sofia Barbanera was inspired to create a luxurious “big brother” version. Made in a traditional, flavor-boosting method and aged in oak barrels, it earned a whopping 98 points AND a gold medal (so far...).
Pozzo Vecchio 2013
If you haven't tasted a Syrah from Tuscany's hilltop village of Cortona, you need to. And the d'Allesandro family make some of the best. One sip and you'll see why this might “become one of the best places on Earth to grow Syrah” (Wine Spectator).
Vecciano (magnum) 2008
“A priceless champion … and one of the all-time great Super Tuscan reds.” If you missed out the first time (or loved it so much you need more), hurry to enjoy a Library Release magnum of the Barbanera family’s rich, flagship red.
Dragone Selezione Rosso 2018
Named for the dragon on the Lento family’s coat of arms, this barrel-aged blend from Italy’s Calabria showcases rare grape, Magliocco (which adds an irresistibly velvety touch to plummy Merlot). With big points AND big flavor, it’s a must-taste.