Pio Cesare has been making magnificent Italian wine out of Alba for 5 generations, so they know what they're doing. If you get the opportunity to taste their Barolo, you're in luck! That full, bold, dry deliciousness is only produced in small batches with only the most excellent vintages.
2004 Estate Pinot Noir Our presentation about this wonderful wine and Bernardus winery http://prezi.com/qintrabthirs/ingrids-vineyard-estate-pinot-noir-2009/
Barolo if done right can kick the shit out of any Californian red. Word. Don't let anyone tell you different. The best $40-50 you'll spend on ANY varietal. If you think I'm wrong, sit your ass down and suck on the "Ornato" Barolo from Pio Cesare... SICK SICK SICK yummy. Will make you wish you could drink forever and forget everything else.
Vermentino - one of my favorites!
Casa Sola Chianti Classico GRAPE VARIETY: 90% Sangiovese, 4% Canaiolo, 4% Cabernet, 2% Merlot.
Matarocchio sbronzi tour 2011
Alma de Luzon, Region: Spain » Jumilla Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvèdre, Syrah
Antinori Santa Cristina '07
Seghesio 2010 Sonoma Zinfandel – Red Wine Red Wine by Seghesio from Sonoma County, California. Every year, we bring in approximately 35 lots of Zinfandel averaging 25-30 years in age. Each of these lots is produced under the careful eye of our winemaker, Ted Seghesio. The best of these… Sonoma Wines