May 31st Tasting LG Wine Imports

Castello di Roncade - Patriarca Rosse
Castello di Roncade - Prosecco Brut
Castello di Roncade - Pinot Grigio
Conte di Castignano - Chianti
Tenuta Bacco a Petrioi - Sangiovese
Tenuta Bacco a Petroi - Chianti Riserva

  Castello di Roncade Patriarca Rosee $16.95

100% Pinot Noir, Sparkling, Dry, Medium bodied, 12.5%, Cork
Delicate and fine, Castello di Roncade’s subtle sparkling rosé wine. The production method is traditional but uses a modern approach where the wine is fermented for fifteen days using the Charmat method, after which it undergoes a brief aging period in stainless steel.
Drink now / lay down 2015.

Castello Di Roncade Prosecco Brut $16.95

100% Prosecco, Sparkling, Extra Dry, Light bodied, 11.5%, Cork
New to LG Wine Imports. Beautifully made sparkling Prosecco in the heart of Italy’s Veneto region.
Drink now / lay down 2015.

2011 Castello Di Roncade Pinot Grigio DOC Venezia $16.95

100% Pinot Grigio, Clear, Full, Harmonic, Dry and Elegant, 12.5%, Cork
Pale yellow, intense flowers, fruit, and dry hay.
Drink now / lay down 2015.

Conte di Castignano - 2010 Torre al Sasso, Chianti DOCG  $16.95

Deep ruby red with ruby reflexes. It shows appealing aromas of violet and small berries, cherry and strawberry above all, with hints of spices. It has a medium body and a very good balance, with velvety tannins and a pleasant acidity. The finish is quite long and slightly sweet. While very pleasant by itself, it matches well with cold cuts or shortly aged cheese. For its good acidity and tannins it is also a good pair with pasta with beef sauce; chicken, fried or roasted and roasted pork.
Drink now / lay down for 4-6 years.

Toscana Rosso IGT Sangiovese $16.95

The typical characteristics of sangiovese wine, fresh, easy to drink, with soft tannins and aromas of red berries. Drink now.

Sagace Chianti Riserva  $19.95

The best selection of grapes of sangiovese, canaiolo and colorino is this wine that matures in small French oak CT, refines in Slavonian oak barrels and then in bottles for at least four months before they leave our cellar.  Drink now.

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