Monica di Sardegna
'Perdera' is a blend of Monica, Carignano and Bovale Sardo, Monica being the dominant grape. This wine has soft, fresh, juicy black and red fruit, subtle herbal notes, and a soft, easy-drinking style, along with aromas and flavors of blackberry, red cherry, red plum, and dill with lively acidity and soft, dusty tannins.
On the nose cherry, raspberries, subtle strawberries, with some leather, earth tones and oak. On the palate cherries, strawberries and oak. Slightly acidic, medium bodied, low tannins and fairly dry.
A delicious fruit forward Pinot noir. A bit on the lighter side with a dark rust color in the glass. Notes of cherry and oak on the nose that follow into the palate. A bit of earthy ness to it as well.
Made entirely with Nero d'Avola, this refreshing rosato offers aromas and flavors of juicy red cherry and raspberry. Bright acidity.
Dry, with autolytic yeasty notes, gentle green olives and moderate acidity. Refreshing start, with a bright juiciness of apples and citrus.
Green apple, light pear and grassy aromas kick off the nose. Vinous character and a slightly tinny minerality.
Both fruity and well balanced, this charming, light-bodied wine offers crisp-apple aromas and white-peach flavors on a lively, easy-to-like palate.
A wild bouquet of El Dorado, Simcoe, Citra, & Mosaic hops. Thirst quenching, light desert dank with ripe citrus notes.
A timeless American Pilsner, made with premium New Mexican blue corn, Hallertau Mittelfrüh & Saphir hops. Refreshing & crisp.
Clean, light floral aroma of dessert apples. Dry, round and creamy on the palate with medium fullness Good acid balance, pleasant soft tannins and elegant, long finish