Capanna Rosso di Montalcino: made from young vines (6-10 years old) of the Brunello clone of sangiovese, this “baby Brunello” emphasizes the vibrant berry fruit of grape. Made for current enjoyment rather than long-aging, this wine offers freshness as well as complexity, a perfect match to Tuscan bean and pork dishes.
Luzano is characterized by a bright, straw yellow color with green reflections and by a bouquet with aromas of acacia and wild flowers. It is dry, full-bodied, full-flavored and fresh with a long finish.
Costa d'Amalfi is a DOC of the Campania wine region in southern Italy. Introduced in August 1995, it covers red, white and rosé wines produced along the famous Amalfi Coast (also known as the Amalfitan Coast or Il Costiera Amalfitana). This area has long been famous for its dramatic scenery and rugged terrain, not to mention the picture-postcard seaside villages lining the hills and bays.
This classic, well-rounded, plum-scented Italian red is made from Montepulciano grapes grown in the Abruzzo region, on Italy's Adriatic coast. It is quite distinct from Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, which is a Sangiovese-based wine from Tuscany.