Masciarelli’s reds brim with a cheerful core of red fruit that isn’t overly ponderous and satisfy the neophyte and collector alike with their toothsome deliciousness.
Cantine Moser makes solid wines that show beautiful lilac strains. Check out their Sanzorz bottling.
Teroldego Rotaliano is rightly defined as “the Prince among Trentino wines”, as it fully embodies the character, the generosity and the quality of the oenological resources of the Trentino region. A wine, first mentioned in some manuscripts of the 16th century, which is a finest expression of cantina Rotaliana wine-making skills.
Pojer & Sandri is a company dates to 1975, when young Fiorentino Sandri inherited a parcel of vineyards at the alpine village of Faedo and with his winemaker friend Mario Pojer who had just received his diploma from the San Michele Agricultural Institute formed a partnership which has been very fruitful and is now in its fourth decade.
The standard bearers of Teroldego are Elisabetta Foradori’s wines. Her wines are also the most widely available of this grape type. Her entry-level Teroldego Vigneti delle Dolomiti is varietally true and a joy to drink. (Grab a few extra bottles. This will be popular!)
The Azienda Agricola Fay was founded in 1973 by Sandro Fay who, starting from a small family-run wine producing business, decided to expand the estate’s activities. Fay is committed to promoting single vineyards, which, due to their different soils and altitudes, produce wines with distinctive characteristics.
Alois Lageder is synonymous with the highest standard of quality in viticulture and winemaking, a sustainable, holistic corporate philosophy, and a wide spectrum of cultural and artistic activities.
“The most impressive wines I tasted this year from Alto Adige came from Cantina Terlano. Simply put, these are reference point wines. I can’t imagine these wines not being represented in any serious cellar.” – Antonio Galloni, Wine Advocate 2011
Crivelli’s Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato is a delicious mingling of fragrant roses, ripe plums and mulberries with an underlying earthiness.
The Orsolani Winery was established in the late 1800’s, when Giovanni and Domenica Orsolani left their new home in the United States to return to Italy. They opened their own inn, named Aurora’s, and while his wife supervised the kitchen, Giovanni worked the land in order to produce the wine needed for the inn. The wine became so popular that the Orsolanis expanded the cellar and the future generations of the family dedicated themselves entirely… [Read More]