Join us this Saturday, April 30th, from 5-7 as we pop and pour a trio of versatile wines, from the volcanic environs of Campania, and the Northerly reaches of Lombardy...
Stop in and taste:
La Sibilla, Campi Flegrei, Falanghina, 2014
Grown on un-grafted root stock in sandy soils in the minuscule growing area Campi Flegrei, this distinctive expression of Falanghina delivers loads of crisp mineral character, balanced with notes of citrus and stone-fruit. Delicate floral and herbal aromas lend a layer of complexity and structure.
Alma, Mille Wines, Pinot Noir Rosato, 2015
From the high-elevation, cooler growing area of Provincia di Pavia in Lombardy, this pale-salmon hued rose delivers imminently approachable fragrant berry character, with a fresh, lively finish. Bottled in crowd-friendly, 1 Liter bottles, this may be your new favorite Spring sipper!
La Sibilla, Campi Flegrei, Piedirosso, 2014
Another expression from the sandy soils of Campi Flegrei in Campania, this local favorite delivers soft tannins and berry flavors, spiced up with notes of cinnamon, dusty mineral and bright acidity.