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  1. Aia Vecchia Lagone Toscana IGT 2015
  2. Allegrini Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG, Veneto 2013

    Allegrini Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG, Veneto 2013

    93 points Wine Spectator - A seamless, medium- to full-bodied red. Like fine silk, this weaves through the range of crushed black cherry, licorice and citrus with fine, supple tannins and an underpinning of smoke-tinged mineral. Offers a long, lingering finish. Not a powerhouse, but this racehorse should go the distance. Drink now through 2030. 1,300 cases imported. -AN - Wine Spectator Magazine

    93 points Vinous - Very deep, saturated ruby. Fresh, piercing aromas of black cherry, violet, lavender and sweet spices on the nose. Then super smooth but dense, with wonderful poise and balance to the ripe red cherry, dark berry, aromatic herb and mineral flavors. Finishes long with youthfully chewy tannins and lingering floral nuances. Concentrated but tastes much lighter and vibrant than the majority of other Amarones made today; but the young chewy, grainy tannins pick up steam on the long finish and will require patience. (15.5% alcohol).- Ian D'Agata - Vinous Media 93 Points Learn More
    $69.98
  3. Allegrini Palazzo della Torre Veronese IGT, Veneto 2013

    Allegrini Palazzo della Torre Veronese IGT, Veneto 2013

    90 points Wine Advocate - A food-friendly blend of mostly Corvina Veronese (70%) with smaller parts Rondinella (25%) and Sangiovese (5%), the 2013 Palazzo della Torre exhibits the brightness and inner harmony of this slightly cooler vintage. Palazzo della Torre is one of the break-out successes of Allegrini’s new lineup. The low price makes it interesting. The wine is dark and thick in appearance, and the bouquet is shaped by strength and power. Blackberry preserves, cherry confit, barbecue spice and Spanish cedar form a thick and tightly knit bouquet. (May 2017) Learn More
    $16.98
  4. Allegrini Valpolicella, Veneto 2016

    Allegrini Valpolicella, Veneto 2016

    90 points Wine Enthusiast - EDITOR’S CHOICE - This is a delicious and inviting red that opens on aromas of ripe dark-skinned berry, baking spice and blue flower. The smooth, juicy palate offers ripe cherry, plum, cinnamon and nutmeg while fresh acidity and supple tannins provide polished support. Drink soon. (Dec 2017) Learn More
    $13.98
  5. Altesino Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Tuscany 2013
  6. Antinori Tignanello 1.5L 2013

    Antinori Tignanello 1.5L 2013

    97 points James Suckling - "This is amazing on the nose with blackberry, black truffle, dried cherry and hints of tobacco. So complex on the nose. Almost no need to taste it. Full body, soft and velvety tannins, and a persistent, fabulous finish. The mouthfeel is magic. 80% sangiovese and 20% cabernet sauvignon. Drink or hold. (3/1/16)"

    94 points and 'Top 10 Wine of 2016 (#10),' Wine Spectator "[$105 list] Aromas of graphite, smoke and tobacco introduce the cherry flavor in this expressive, focused red. Firm tannins and lively acidity balance the fruit and purity, while herbal, spice and mineral elements all gather steam as this plays out on the long finish. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2017 through 2027. 2,500 cases imported. (9/30/16)"

    96 points Vinous This is amazing on the nose with blackberries, black truffle, dried cherries, and hints of tobacco. It’s so complex on the nose that you almost don’t need to taste it. Full body, soft and velvety tannins and a persistent, fabulous finish. The mouthfeel is magic. 80% sangiovese and 20% cabernet sauvignon. Drink or hold. #70 Top 100 of 2016

    95 points Wine Enthusiast - Flavors of black currant and tobacco bring the influence of cabernet sauvignon (15 percent) and cabernet franc (5 percent) to the fore in this sangiovese-based blend. Ample alcohol lends a Bourbon-like edge to the wine’s oak-derived accents of vanilla and coconut, but sangiovese’s firm, raspy tannins guide the wine back toward red cherry flavors and into a long, smoky finish. Learn More
    $299.98
  7. Antinori Tignanello 1.5L 2015

    Antinori Tignanello 1.5L 2015

    97 points James Suckling - "This is amazing on the nose with blackberry, black truffle, dried cherry and hints of tobacco. So complex on the nose. Almost no need to taste it. Full body, soft and velvety tannins, and a persistent, fabulous finish. The mouthfeel is magic. 80% sangiovese and 20% cabernet sauvignon. Drink or hold. (3/1/16)"

    94 points and 'Top 10 Wine of 2016 (#10),' Wine Spectator "[$105 list] Aromas of graphite, smoke and tobacco introduce the cherry flavor in this expressive, focused red. Firm tannins and lively acidity balance the fruit and purity, while herbal, spice and mineral elements all gather steam as this plays out on the long finish. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2017 through 2027. 2,500 cases imported. (9/30/16)"

    96 points Vinous This is amazing on the nose with blackberries, black truffle, dried cherries, and hints of tobacco. It’s so complex on the nose that you almost don’t need to taste it. Full body, soft and velvety tannins and a persistent, fabulous finish. The mouthfeel is magic. 80% sangiovese and 20% cabernet sauvignon. Drink or hold. #70 Top 100 of 2016

    95 points Wine Enthusiast - Flavors of black currant and tobacco bring the influence of cabernet sauvignon (15 percent) and cabernet franc (5 percent) to the fore in this sangiovese-based blend. Ample alcohol lends a Bourbon-like edge to the wine’s oak-derived accents of vanilla and coconut, but sangiovese’s firm, raspy tannins guide the wine back toward red cherry flavors and into a long, smoky finish. Learn More
    $299.98
  8. Antinori Tignanello 2015

    Antinori Tignanello 2015

    97 points James Suckling: "This is amazing on the nose with blackberry, black truffle, dried cherry and hints of tobacco. So complex on the nose. Almost no need to taste it. Full body, soft and velvety tannins, and a persistent, fabulous finish. The mouthfeel is magic. 80% sangiovese and 20% cabernet sauvignon. Drink or hold. (3/1/16)"

    94 points and 'Top 10 Wine of 2016 (#10),' Wine Spectator: "[$105 list] Aromas of graphite, smoke and tobacco introduce the cherry flavor in this expressive, focused red. Firm tannins and lively acidity balance the fruit and purity, while herbal, spice and mineral elements all gather steam as this plays out on the long finish. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2017 through 2027. 2,500 cases imported. (9/30/16)"

    96 points Vinous- This is amazing on the nose with blackberries, black truffle, dried cherries, and hints of tobacco. It’s so complex on the nose that you almost don’t need to taste it. Full body, soft and velvety tannins and a persistent, fabulous finish. The mouthfeel is magic. 80% sangiovese and 20% cabernet sauvignon. Drink or hold. #70 Top 100 of 2016

    95 points Wine Enthusiast - Flavors of black currant and tobacco bring the influence of cabernet sauvignon (15 percent) and cabernet franc (5 percent) to the fore in this sangiovese-based blend. Ample alcohol lends a Bourbon-like edge to the wine’s oak-derived accents of vanilla and coconut, but sangiovese’s firm, raspy tannins guide the wine back toward red cherry flavors and into a long, smoky finish. Learn More
    $109.98
  9. Argiano Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2013
  10. Armilla Rosso Di Montalcino 2014

    Armilla Rosso Di Montalcino 2014

    This harmoniously balanced wine is ruby red in color, with an intense bouquet with pomegranate and raspberry. Full-bodied on the palate with layers of dark fruit balanced by hints of savory olives, herbs and spices. The finish is lingering and satisfying. Learn More
    $15.98

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