Italy (Italy), Puglia (Italy)
6 x 750 ml
Cured Meat, Hard Cheese, Pasta, Red Meat, Veal roasted
Ruby red with violet reflections. Intense with scents of ripe plum, cherry and black currant, with a delicate spiced note and scents of cocoa and vanilla. Full, soft and harmonic, sweet and fruity taste in a soft and persistent.structure.
97 points - Luca Maroni, Jan 2020
Italy (Italy), Veneto (Italy)
6 x 750 ml
Cured Meat, Red Meat, Veal roasted
"The 2016 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Pergole Vece is especially spry and lifted, offering smoky minerals, citrus-tinged blackberries and hints of confectioner’s spice. It keeps the energy high from start to finish, as silky textures gain momentum through juicy acids, giving way to medicinal cherries, minty herbs and a hint of bitter espresso bean. The 2016 doesn’t miss a beat, with a caking of fruit concentrate creating a sensation of tension under an air of sweet inner florals."- Eric Guido, Vinous Media, January 2021
97 Points / Best Red - Luca Maroni 2021
95 points - Falstaff Magazine, Nov 2020
95 Points / 3 Gold Stars - Veronelli Guide 2021
5 Grappoli - Bibenda 2021
4 stars / Crown Award - Vini Buoni d'Italia 2021
Fattoria La Magia
Italy (Italy), Tuscany (Italy)
6 x 750 ml
Cured Meat, Hard Cheese, Pasta, Red Meat
Only 1125 bottles produced.
"The 2015 La Magia ‘Ciliegio’ Brunello di Montalcino opens to an austere and complex sensory profile, as stunning aromatics lift from the glass with notes of red hibiscus flowers, jasmine flowers, agapanthus and blue plums. It is enriched with thyme and marjoram which give this wine a certain Mediterranean character. On the palate this is full-bodied, and beautifully balanced, structured with sweet tannins which frame the impeccable fruit quality on the finish. This is sensational now, but should become even more impressive as it evolves over the next few years."
97 points - International Wine Report, March 2020
6 x 750 ml
Red Meat, Risotto
"Density and dryness that really comes together here, after almost 10 years in bottle. It’s very deep and vertical on the palate. Very pure and beautiful crushed cherries, dried flowers, carbon and pumice. Wonderful all round. Drink or hold."
97 Points - James Suckling, November 2019
97 Points - Daniele Cernilli, Doctor Wine 2019
Tre Bicchieri - Gambero Rosso 2020
5 Grappoli - Bibenda 2020
Winery of the Year 2018 - Doctor Wine
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