This month we are taking a trip around the great winemaking regions of Italy.  You’ll travel from Piemonte to Toscana and then to Puglia as you open up each of this month’s selections.  We hope you enjoy them. Cheers!

 

I Tre Vescovi Barbera d’Asti 2014

 

Ruby red color with orange overtones and an excellent body. A strong bouquet of dried fruits and slightly woody flavor. The taste is dry and long lasting.

 

Food Pairings

  • Meats with mushroom sauces
  • Matured, spicy or marbled cheeses

 

 

Fiore del Borgo Vermentino 2015

 


 

Straw yellow in color with citrus and wildflower notes on the nose. A soft taste on the palate which is persistent with full flavor and a round finish.

 

Food Pairings

  • Seafood appetizers
  • Fish dishes
  • White meats

 

 

 

Bombina Cabernet/Sangiovese

 


 

Dark red color with rich aromas of red berries and tones of coffee. Soft tannins and long aftertaste characterize the mouthfeel of this wine.

 

Food Pairings
  • Meat appetizers
  • Soft yellow cheeses

 

 

 

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