An invigorating wine with great diversity of fruit, including lemon, pineapple and lime along with ripe apricot notes. The finish has an interesting bitter almond streak.
The Pala family are winemaking royalty here, and they've created this from 40-year-old vines. It's intense and full, with notes of summer berries and pepper. Pair this with cold-cut meats.
"This is a mid-weight style of Flaccianello with excellent acidity and bright prospects for developing in the bottle. Anticipated maturity: 2019-2033.". 92 points. Antonio Galloni, The Wine Advocate.
The looming Monte Vulture may look like an intimidating place to make wine, but it hasnt erupted for thousands of years, and and it's now where you'll find some of Italy's most impressive soils.
Barolo is widely considered Italy's king of wines. This is rich, with a fresh bouquet of violets and roses and a long, intense finish.