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Lampante 2016, from the Umbrian Tenuta Castelbuono (Tenute Lunelli Group), comes from the best selection of grapes from the “Le Fonti” and “Saraceno” vineyards of Bevagna.
70% Sangiovese, 15% Sagrantino and 15% Cabernet and Merlot, the wine ages 18 months in tonneaux and large casks.
Appreciated for its “full-bodied sip, with an important tannic texture that is not yet perfectly smooth. Persistent and mineral closes the sip with a sensation of spice and balsamic notes “.
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Dona Antonia 10 anos Tawny, from the Portuguese Ferreira winery, is produced with Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão, Tinta Amarela varietals.
The hand-selected grapes were vinified according to the traditional Porto Wine method.
The wines selected to enter the final blend of Porto Ferreira Quinta do Porto Tawny 10 years remain in the Douro after the harvest and are brought to VN Gaia in the following spring, entering the traditional Port wine aging process, in oak barrels. The final blend is obtained by using wines aged between 8 and 15 years, as always to achieve the average age, quality and style of Porto Ferreira Quinta do Porto Tawny 10 years. For the full review click here.
Santa Digna Chardonnay 2021, by the Chilean company Miguel Torres, 100% Chardonnay, takes its name from the stone crosses placed on the outskirts of the land and received the name of Santa Digna. These crosses delimited the territories and symbolized luck and protection for those who left for distant countries.
Produced in the D.O. Valle Central, is a wine with a “Good persistence on the nose, which gives an aftertaste of tropical fruit. Freshness and acidity come together perfectly, inviting the taster to take a new sip ”. For the full review click here.