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Henkell, the German style of champagne

The largest and most modern sparkling wine cellar was born in 1832 and now produce more than 20 million bottles. Dosage Zero is a best cru, without any addition of sugar after fermentation

Graziano Alderighi

The best of Sicily: Felice Modica's Insolia

For centuries, this family has cultivated this land with passion and competence, taking care of the vines, the olive groves, the citrus gardens, almonds and carob trees

Graziano Alderighi

Castelão and Aragonez for a Portougal rosè wine

From Alentejo Region, in the South of Portugal, where there is the city of Évora. classified by Unesco as a World Heritage site, a perfect wine for aperitif

Ernesto Vania

From Don Sebasiani & Sons the Aquinas Cabernet

A Napa Valley young company with lot of awards. Named American Winery of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine, his wine conquests also Wine Spectator

Graziano Alderighi

From Navarra region: Emilio Valerio

With a family estate that dates back more than six centuries, Emilio was eager to safeguard the biodiversity and viticultural heritage. The red wine is dominated by Garnacha, Graciano, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot

Graziano Alderighi

From an historical wine family: Il Giangio

Veneto is Region with important wine wines and this Gambellara Doc is a real jewel produced by centuries by Garganega grapes in the hills

Ernesto Vania

From Muratori family a sparkling wine for fans of Pinot noir

Cisiolo is an old name but this wine have only an ancient name. Perfumes and flavours come from modern wisdom and particular attention to health and nature

Alberto Grimelli

The Selvarossa in Apulia region: expression of character

Rich flavours associated with the savoury spice of the oak and tannin. From Cantina Due Palme and the wisdom of the winemaker Angelo Maci a Baccus nectar

Luigi Caricato

A Mito in Fattoria Paradiso

In an ancient castle a great red wine that has the strength of Romagna land and the Nobel Prize Laureate Dario For has wanted to sign

Graziano Alderighi

Nero d’Avola and Cabernet Sauvignon for the Sicilian style

A red, full and well structured wine. A Contessa Entellina Doc by Donnafugata indicated with grilled or roasted red meats, imposing roasts, kid and lamb

Graziano Alderighi

Greco di Tufo, the history of Irpinia

Feudi San Gregorio produces here a wonderful wine with appreciable fruity essences and the typical mineral structure

Ernesto Vania

Masi, in Veneto from six generations

The winery is specialized in the production of Amarones and Reciotos which are modern in style but deeply rooted in tradition

Graziano Alderighi

Anni: a white wine where you don’t bide

From Tuscany, in particular from Arezzo province,this wine born form passion of Moretti family and from two interesting grape: Sauvignon Blanc and Viogner

Luca Bandirali

From Umbria hills: Lungarotti Montefalco

A Sagrantino characterized by excellent drinkability. It represents a broadening of the line which now boasts the two major DOCG wines from that region

Luca Bandirali

Storica ’61. Franciacorta Docg Brut by Berlucchi

This wine represents an important milestone in the history of the winery. A return to the distinctiveness of a specific terroir

Luca Bandirali

Nozze d’Oro: Cabernet and Inzolia from the hearth of Sicily

Giuseppe, for his golden wedding anniversary, decided to create a new white wine. Dedicated to his wife Franca,. it is a cru of the company

Luca Bandirali

Sagrantino by Martinelli, the link with Montefalco production area

The low yields for hectare, the harvest is entirely manual and a more careful selection in the basement make this a red wine really extraordinary

Luca Bandirali

Gaja Barbaresco DOCG 2005

The history of the Gaja family began over 300 years ago, when the family moved by Spain to Piedmont. The Barbaresco wine of Gaja cellar is a wine valued at international level

Graziano Alderighi

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