This month we are featuring wine from Umbria, Italy. Umbria, effectively a south-eastern extension of Tuscany, is potentially the most interesting region in central Italy and has changed the most in recent years. We hope you enjoy this month’s selections from this amazing region.
Castello di Corbara Lago di Corbara 2012
Intense ruby red color. Clear notes of mature red pulp fruits with hints of spices, coffee, vanilla, plums, chestnuts and tobacco on the nose. The palate is round and full, with smooth tannins. Long finish with fruits finish.
- Italian salami
- Succulent dishes
- Grilled meat
- Mature cheeses
Castello di Corbara Orvietto DOC 2014
Very luminous straw yellow in color. On the nose, white fresh fruits with a clear scent of peach and apricot in a floral background. Fresh and fruity with well- balanced acidity and a harmonious finish.
- Pasta Carbonara
- Vegetable quiche
- Fresh cheeses,
- Rabbit and turkey
Madonna delle Macchie Forcone 2010
Intense ruby red in color with an intense fruit aroma. Well-balanced with soft and elegant tannins.
- Roasts and Game
- Generally rich, aromatic meats.