It's a bright, refreshing palate cleanser that would contrast beautifully with fried tenderloin. Highly Recommended. 92 points.
This 1990 Col d’Orcia wine is nearing 30 years old and you’d never guess from looking at it. Highly Recommended. 94 points.
Surprisingly classic for a new style of wine.
Aromas of honeysuckle and magnolia roll up in waves from the glass. This is a lovely wine at a very moderate price. Highly Rated. 92 points.
This is a very pleasant Spanish Garnacha, a table-ready pairing for almost any white meat.
This is a terrific pour at any time, but really stands out as an after-dinner drink, where it will sparkle alongside the finest ports or sherries.
This is a serious wine at a casual price.
This is good wine, interesting, complex, mouth-filling, and flowing smoothly from first sip to finish.